Christy Lewis, Esq. of Law & Lewis, LLP has been named as a board member of the YMCA of Orange County. Lewis, who focuses on developing and implementing advanced planning techniques for clients with estates from $20 million to $200 million and providing business planning and corporate and partnership tax planning representation to closely held businesses, feels that it is important to give back to the community.
“I am immensely grateful for the opportunity to serve with an organization that touches so many Orange County residents in such a meaningful way. The YMCA of Orange County has provided generations of Orange County residents with a place to learn, grow, and serve. From after-school programs and fitness programs to community service programs, the YMCA is truly ‘walking the walk’ in the Orange County community. And, I could not be more excited to join the cause,” she said.
During her professional career, Lewis has co-authored a published article, completed extensive post-graduate coursework in Federal Taxation, appeared as a guest speaker at various financial planning and tax seminars and provided pro-bono services to clients with special needs. Lewis, who is nearing the completion of her Master of Laws in Taxation (LL.M.), earned her Juris Doctor degree from Chapman University School of Law, where she received a variety of honors, including the CALI Excellence for the Future Award, and her Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science from the University of California, Los Angeles. In addition to her new leadership role at the YMCA, Lewis serves as a member of the Chapman University Endowment Council and the Orange County Young Executives.
Law & Lewis, LLP is a premier trusts, estates and business and tax planning law firm located in Orange County, California. Law & Lewis attorneys have extensive expertise in Federal and State tax law, practical experience developing and implementing highly complicated transfer structures and a deep understanding of the tax consequences of various transactions.
The YMCA of Orange County puts Christian principles into practice through programs that build spirit, mind and body for all. To strengthen community, the Y works with its neighbors to make sure that everyone, regardless of age, income or background, has the opportunity to thrive. The organization’s vision is to improve lives and strengthen character by fostering youth and family development, healthy living and social responsibility driven by passionate staff and volunteers, and its values are caring, honesty, respect and responsibility.