Megan Goetz of Pence and MacMillan Receives 2017 Business Person of the Year Award
February 15, 2018 (Laramie, WY) – Megan Goetz of Pence and MacMillan law firm was awarded the 2017 Business Person of the Year Award by the Laramie Chamber Business Alliance (LCBA).
“I couldn’t be more honored – and shocked! – to receive this award,” says Goetz. “All nominees are incredible. My firm is incredible. My family is incredible. This town is incredible! Without this support, community mindfulness can’t happen. But with it, lots can. From my heart, thank you so very much.”
The Business Person of the Year Award honors and celebrates exceptional service by an individual who has positively contributed to the quality of life in Laramie. That individual has consistently demonstrated a high level of community involvement through participation in civic, community, and active leadership roles for employees, peers, and citizens of Laramie.
Judging criteria for the Business Person of the Year Award includes leadership in a local business, consistent involvement in service to organizations, having an extended period of continuing service and community involvement, and demonstrating positive contributions to the Mission and Vision of organizations.
Goetz is a member/partner of Pence and MacMillan, and serves clients most recently in the areas of civil litigation and transactional law, though has a background in domestic, juvenile, and criminal law as well. With a strong commitment to community service, Goetz serves as a leader in the local and state legal community. She serves on the Wyoming Business Council board, past LEDC chair, Rotary member and past president, Ivinson Memorial Foundation, and past Grande Le Fleur chair. She was very instrumental with the development of Cirrus Sky Technology Park and assisting the Laramie Country Club. Goetz is also involved with numerous professional associations including Wyoming Trial Lawyers Association, Wyoming State Board of Law Examiners, and Albany County Bar Association.