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Compassionate Leadership Earns Scott Norquist Most Influential Title

Young professional on ACM team showcases attention to detail and enthusiasm for his work


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SCOTT NORQUIST, 36

SENIOR TAX MANAGER, ACM

Scott Norquist came to Denver 13 years ago, having won a scholarship from Deloitte to attend the University of Denver's master's in tax program. He started his career at a Cherry Creek firm and a decade later joined ACM and quickly impressed colleagues with his attention to detail and enthusiasm for assisting clients. He adds to a busy schedule as a member of the Glendale City Council and a commissioner on the Denver Regional Council of Governments. A long-time YMCA board member, he and his fiancee have asked family and friends to donate to the YMCA or Project Angel Heart in lieu of shower or wedding gifts.

“Scott is a kind, compassionate leader that people want to be around and follow,” colleague Brooke Hipp says. “He brings complete commitment to everything he does; and in my opinion, he is going to continue to make a difference for years to come.”

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Lisa Ryckman is ColoradoBiz's managing editor. Contact her at lryckman@cobizmag.com.

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