Ross Booher

Chief Executive Officer

Ross Booher co-founded and is CEO of Latitude.

Prior to Latitude, Ross practiced law as an equity partner of an NLJ 250 law firm. Ross represented publicly traded and large private corporate clients in complex litigation, investigations, compliance matters and transactions. He tried numerous bench and jury trials and served as lead counsel in criminal and internal investigations in Africa, Asia and Europe.

Ross’s professional and civic roles have included serving as chairman of the Business Crimes and Compliance Practice Group of Lex Mundi and as chairman of the board of KIPP Academy Nashville, a public charter school for at-risk children.

Ross was recognized as one of the Nashville Business Journal‘s 2019 “Most Admired CEOs and their Companies” and in the Nashville Post In Charge List of the “best-of-the-best” business, political and civic leaders in 2016-2024. He was also selected for the 2010 Nashville Business Journal’s “40 under 40” Business Leaders. Ross received the Tennessee Bar Association’s 2007-2008 Harris Gilbert Pro Bono Attorney of the Year Award for his successful pro bono representation of a naval officer in a high-profile civil rights and whistleblower matter which resulted in investigations by the Inspectors General of both the U.S. Justice and Defense Departments and the CBS News program “60 Minutes.”

Before entering private practice, Ross served on active duty in the U.S. Navy as a Judge Advocate General’s Corps officer (JAG) throughout the Pacific, the Middle East and in Europe.

Ross received his undergraduate degree from Vanderbilt University and graduated summa cum laude from the University of Tennessee College of Law.

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