Over the years, Nyonnohweah has demonstrated her heart for helping others and guiding individuals through difficult situations by working with: families of domestic violence, AmeriCorp, the Latin American Association (LAA), and the Macon Circuit Public Defender’s Office, where she gained immense experience as an Assistant Public Defender, representing clients charged with felonies facing over 30 years in prison on average.
Today, Attorney Seekie is devoted to counseling clients through the arduous territories of family law, immigration and criminal prosecution. She is responsible for cases ranging from Divorce and Custody, to DUI and Murder. She understands the individuality of each client, and though everyone is not afforded the same opportunities, she believes that each person has a voice and deserves superb legal representation.
In the community, Nyonnohweah is a respected advocate for issues of social justice and equality including: women’s rights, immigration and criminal justice, and serves on recognized boards both locally and nationwide. Nyonnohweah is married to her loving husband Cecil, and together they enjoy serving their community, worshipping at Lundy Chapel, and traveling with their dog.