Brent VanNorman
General Counsel

Brent VanNorman is the President of TriLinc and is a key member of the Executive Management team. Brent is responsible for planning, implementing and managing all financial, legal/structural, and operational activities of the Company and its affiliates. Brent VanNorman is General Counsel at TriLinc. With a strong background in contract negotiation, dispute resolution, and risk management, Brent provides strategic legal advice to the executive team and is dedicated to fostering a culture of legal and ethical excellence. Brent brings a breadth of experience in business, accounting, data processing, and the law to the TriLinc management team. Prior to joining the Company, Brent served as a member of the Intellectual Property and Litigation Team for the international law firm of Hunton & Williams LLP. In addition to appearing in many federal courts throughout the country and at all levels in the Virginia state court system, Brent is a patent attorney.

Prior to practicing law, Brent was a Chief Information Officer for The Title Office, where he managed the accounting, data processing and marketing department, along with 15 of the company’s 42 offices. Prior to his tenure at The Title Office, Brent was a Senior Manager with the international CPA firm of Crowe Horwath (formerly Crowe Chizek), where he oversaw large consulting projects in the firm’s Systems Consulting Group. He is also a Certified Public Accountant, Certified Computer Programmer and is certified in Production and Inventory Management.

Brent graduated magna cum laude from Anderson University in Anderson, Indiana, with majors in Accounting and Computer Science. He was recognized as the Outstanding Accounting graduate. Brent graduated summa cum laude from Regent University School of Law and was recognized as the Outstanding Law School Graduate, in addition to being Editor-in-Chief of the school’s law review. He was an adjunct law professor at his alma mater. Brent served on the Board of Directors of IMPACT International, a not-for-profit, from 2004-2014, and on the Board of Directors of CCG Systems, Inc. since September 2015.