Two Brownstein attorneys were recognized this month in their respective markets as 2015 40 Under 40 honorees. The Denver Business Journal honored Shareholder Aaron Hyatt and Vegas, INC acknowledged Senior Policy Advisor and Counsel Alisa Nave-Worth.
The Denver Business Journal recognizes 40 outstanding local professionals under age 40 for their business success and community contributions with their annual 40 Under 40 list. The publication received more than 350 nominations for this award and included Aaron Hyatt on the list.
“Aaron is a smart, driven attorney committed to finding innovative solutions for his clients’ most complicated business issues,” said Adam Agron, co-managing partner at Brownstein. “He also has a unique passion for using his talents to help shape the future of the Denver community. I expect him to continue to be a leader both at the firm and in the community.”
Vegas INC similarly recognizes 40 outstanding local professionals under age 40 who are local game-changers, shifting the Vegas business landscape and making positive community contributions. The publication included Alisa Nave-Worth on its list this year.
“It was no surprise to the firm’s leadership that Alisa was named one of Vegas INC’s 40 Under 40 honorees,” said Ellen Schulhofer, Brownstein’s co-managing partner. “Alisa’s strong work ethic and commitment to the Las Vegas community are second to none, and the successes she has achieved on behalf of her clients at this stage of her career are phenomenal. We’re very proud of what she’s accomplished and know much more is to come.”
Aaron, a Shareholder in the Denver office, focuses his practice on the acquisition, financing, leasing, development and disposition of various real estate assets, including apartment and office buildings, hotels, shopping centers, casinos and vacant land. He works with both public and private clients on complex commercial real estate matters on a local, regional and national basis. He is also deeply involved with the Denver community and is active with several nonprofits. Aaron is an active board member with Mental Health America of Colorado, serving on the Executive Committee and chairing the Finance Committee. Aaron also serves on the Denver County Court Judicial Discipline Commission and on Jewish Family Service of Colorado’s Executive Luncheon Committee.
Alisa, a Senior Policy Advisor and Counsel in Brownstein’s Las Vegas office, has spent more than a decade at the nexus of law, politics and government affairs. A Nevada native, Alisa has extensive legal, political and public policy experience in the state, which she brings to bear, implementing and advocating legislative strategies before state and local agencies for a wide range of corporate clients. She brings strong relationships with lawmakers and regulators and a reputation for honesty and integrity to her clients. She is extremely involved in the Las Vegas community, actively supporting several nonprofits including The Smith Center for the Performing Arts Annual Fund, the Kenan Institute for Ethics at Duke University and the Las Vegas Philharmonic.
The Denver Business Journal’s feature on Aaron can be found here.
The Vegas INC feature on Alisa can be found here.