Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck is pleased to announce that Thomas J. Krysa, a shareholder at the firm, has joined the development committee for the Tennyson Center for Children. In his new role he will assist with fundraising and provide strategic direction for the nonprofit. The Tennyson Center for Children is one of the Rocky Mountain region’s leading treatment centers for abused, neglected and at-risk youth.
With more than 17 years of government experience at the forefront of securities enforcement, litigation and trials, Krysa’s counsel is sought after by clients looking for critical thinking, unique insights and extensive expertise with regulatory challenges faced by companies and individuals, including securities, white-collar, corporate governance, compliance and tax-related issues. Most recently, Krysa was the Associate Regional Director and head of enforcement in the Securities and Exchange Commission’s Denver Regional Office.
The Tennyson Center for Children was one of the first licensed day treatment programs in Colorado back in 1981. They are recognized as a leader in not only the healing and protection of children from abuse and neglect, but also in the efforts to help children with mental health and developmental issues. For more information, visit www.tennysoncenter.org.