Phoenix, Arizona (PRWEB) November 13, 2014
Lewis Roca Rothgerber LLP proudly announces that Matthew H. Engle has been appointed to the Phoenix Arts and Culture Commission. The commission champions the development, promotion and sustainability of Phoenix's vibrant cultural community.
Engle works in Lewis Roca Rothgerber’s business transactions practice group, where he counsels businesses and individuals on a broad array of corporate transactional matters, including structuring, negotiating, documenting and implementing mergers, acquisitions and commercial transactions; stock and asset sales and purchases; business entity formation; corporate governance; secured lending transactions; joint ventures; regulatory compliance and securities and franchise law.
An avid supporter of the arts, Engle is a member and past president of the Phoenix Symphony Young Professionals, a board member of the Phoenix Art Museum’s Friends of European Art and a member of the Phoenix Art Museum’s Men's Arts Council, among other organizations.
The commission is comprised of a diverse group of citizen volunteers appointed by the Mayor and City Council to advise on the development of arts and culture in Phoenix; it includes representatives from the cultural, business and education communities and the general public.
About the City of Phoenix Office of Arts and Culture
The Office of Arts and Culture manages the city's public art program, administers a grants program, supports arts learning, provides information and assistance to artists and cultural organizations, and oversees the city's cultural planning efforts. Learn more at https://www.phoenix.gov/arts/about-us.
About Lewis Roca Rothgerber LLP
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