As Regional Operating Officer of the Mid-Atlantic, Heather collaborates closely with senior leadership to develop and execute the region's strategy, organizational goals, and operational activities. Working in partnership with senior leaders, she spearheads key annual strategic initiatives, while also overseeing regional business planning, budgeting, and service line operations. Heather's primary focus is on enhancing the region's service delivery and real estate solutions to better serve our clients, all while ensuring that Transwestern Mid-Atlantic continues to be a great place for its team members to work.


Heather brings extensive expertise in restructuring business operations to optimize talent, innovation, and efficiency. Her background spans a wide range of areas, including investor services, building repositioning, workplace interiors, property management, and practicing law. Her strategic thinking and operational skills have played a pivotal role in effectively managing large teams to achieve complex project objectives.
In her previous role, Heather served as Transwestern's Executive Vice President of Growth Strategy, where she successfully oversaw the acquisitions of two tenant representative agencies, MGA and WLS Realty, in the DC market. Before that, she held the position of Managing Vice President of Asset Services, where she oversaw and led the service line for the Mid-Atlantic region. Prior to joining Transwestern in 2017, Heather worked as a commercial interior designer, leading complex office renovations for clients in the technology, association, and law firm sectors. Nevin started her career as a management consultant at McKinsey and, following law school, became a tax attorney at Covington & Burling.


  • Licensed in DC, MD, and VA
  • International Interior Design (IIDA) Professional Member
  • LEED Accredited Professional


Heather received an Associate’s Degree in Interior Design from Parsons School of Design, a Bachelor of Arts in English from Williams College, and a Juris Doctorate from the University of Chicago.