Bert has served in various positions in county government. He was appointed to the Gwinnett County Recreation Authority in 1991 and to the Municipal Gwinnett County Planning Commission in 1992. He was elected Vice-Chairman in 1995 and Chairman of the Planning Commission in 2001. He was appointed to the Gwinnett County Revitalization Task Force in 2001.
In 2002, Bert Nasuti was elected to the Gwinnett County Commission. Bert has worked closely with citizen groups and business leaders throughout his time on the Board. He opted not to run for reelection in 2010, at the end of his second term.
Bert is a lifelong resident of the Atlanta area and a 28-year resident of Norcross having moved here after graduating from the University of Georgia School of Law in 1984. Prior to attending law school, Nasuti earned a Masters Degree in Public Administration and Bachelors of Arts Degree in Economics also from the University of Georgia. He is also a 1994 Graduate of the Leadership Gwinnett Program.
Bert Nasuti is a partner in the Gwinnett County law firm of Thompson, O’Brien, Kemp, & Nasuti, P.C. and his legal practice has focused on commercial transactions, banking, finance and government law.
In 1990, he was appointed by the United States Department of Justice to the private panel of Bankruptcy Trustees for the United States Bankruptcy Court, Northern District of Georgia and he currently serves as a Trustee administering cases for the Federal Bankruptcy Court.
Bert is married and has four children. Sarah Jo attends Simpson Elementary School; Nick attends Pinckneyville Middle School; and Rachel and Rebecca attend Norcross High School. Bert is an active volunteer in church, school and youth activities and coaches girls’ softball at the Norcross Youth leagues at Pinckneyville Park where he also serves as Softball Commissioner. Bert is an active member of Simpsonwood United Methodist Church.