October 22, 2014

Kit LeVoy Appointed to Colorado Suicide Prevention Commission

Kit LeVoy Appointed to Colorado Suicide Prevention Commission

Holland & Hart partner Kit LeVoy has been appointed to the State of Colorado’s Suicide Prevention Commission, which was recently established by the state’s legislature.  She was appointed on Sept. 30, 2014, by the Executive Director and Chief Medical Officer of the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment, Dr. Larry Wolk. 

The Suicide Prevention Commission serves as the interface between public and private sectors in establishing statewide suicide prevention priorities in Colorado that are data-driven and evidence-based. By focusing efforts on current resources and expanding the network of partnerships across the state, the Commission boosts the efforts of Colorado’s Office of Suicide Prevention at the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment and makes annual reports to the governor.

“Suicide prevention is critically important to my family and to me,” LeVoy said, regarding her desire to serve on the Commission. From the fall of 2010 until August of 2014, she also served as a board member of the Carson J Spencer Foundation, a non-profit that also is dedicated to suicide prevention and to supporting people bereaved by suicide.

LeVoy is a partner in the corporate practice group at Holland & Hart and practices in the mergers and acquisitions and finance areas.  She currently serves as the Administrative Partner of the firm's Denver office and has also served as the head of the firm’s corporate practice group, its recruiting committee and as a member of other firm committees.

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