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Desta Asfaw Selected to The Denver Foundation Professional Advisors Council

Holland & Hart attorney Desta Asfaw has been selected to serve as a member of The Denver Foundation Professional Advisors Council. Desta joins a select group of attorneys, financial advisors, CPAs, financial planners, trust officers, insurance agents, and other professionals with experience helping clients with their financial, charitable, and business goals. 

As Colorado's oldest and largest community foundation, established in 1925, The Denver Foundation has been a pillar in the Denver community, helping others build charitable legacies. The Professional Advisors Council is a resource available to share The Denver Foundation goals by helping organizations and individuals design personalized charitable giving strategies to give back to Metro Denver in meaningful ways. As a member of the Council, Desta will be an essential resource in providing awareness of The Denver Foundation in the community. 

In her practice, Desta develops estate planning and wealth management solutions for high net worth individuals and families. She is focused on meeting her clients personal, financial, and tax planning needs. Desta represents individuals and families, estates and trusts, family offices, closely-held businesses, foundations, and individual and corporate fiduciaries. Dedicated to her community, Desta also serves on the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Denver Board of Directors and Development Committee and she is a member of the Rocky Mountain Estate Planning Council.


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