Nathan E. Tagg was born in Hastings, Michigan and grew up in the Barry County area. He graduated from Lakewood High School and in 2001 received his Bachelors of Arts in History Degree from Olivet College. He received his Juris Doctorate from the Howard University School of Law in Washington D.C.
While attending Howard University, Mr. Tagg was awarded the Earl H. Davis Scholarship from the Olender Foundation and selected as a Lumbard Fellow by the Association of Alumni and Friends of J. Edward Lumbard. He also served a fellowship with the United States Attorneys Office in Manhattan which services the Southern District of New York.
After graduating from Howard Mr. Tagg was admitted to practice law in the State of California. Shortly thereafter, he moved back to the Hastings area and was admitted to practice law in Michigan. Mr. Tagg has practiced in numerous counties throughout the State of Michigan in the areas of divorce, custody, criminal law, drunk driving, estate planning, estate administration, business law, contracts, civil litigation, and appellate issues.
Mr. Tagg is a past President of the Hastings Kiwanis, the Vice President of the Green Gables Haven Domestic Violence Shelter, former volunteer for the Woodland Athletic Association, Big Brothers Big Sisters, served on the Barry County United Way Allocations Committee and the 2014-2015 co-chair of the Annual United Way Campaign, graduated from Consolidated Michigan Hospital Association Excellence in Governance Fellowship program, is the Vice Chair of the Charlton Park Foundation and serves as a current Vice Chair of the Board of Trustees with Spectrum Health Pennock. He was also appointed by Governor Rick Snyder to serve on the Board of Auctioneers for the State of Michigan.
Mr. Tagg has been married to his wife Rebecka (Duits) since 2004. They have three children and live in Barry County.