Attorney Danielle Hazeltine Named Among 2019 Women Achievers of Arizona

For Immediate Release


PHOENIX, Ariz. (September 18, 2019) – The law firm of Gallagher & Kennedy is proud to announce Arizona Capitol Times has recognized associate Danielle Hazeltine as one of the 2019 Women Achievers of Arizona. A reception celebrating the honorees will be held on October 29, 2019 at the Phoenix Art Museum.

When asked about the recognition, Danielle responded, “I am very honored to be recognized alongside these truly accomplished women and I am looking forward to learning more about them.”

Danielle Hazeltine earned her J.D. from Arizona State University and her B.S. from University of Arizona. In addition to her environmental law practice, Ms. Hazeltine serves as a Member-at-Large on the State Bar of Arizona, Environmental and Natural Resources Law Section Executive Committee. As a former Assistant Commissioner at the Arizona Department of Real Estate, she oversaw the Enforcement and Compliance and Investigations and Auditing Divisions and supported the Governor’s LEAN management initiative. She worked at the Arizona Department of Environmental Quality for over 7 years in the Air Quality Division, winning Spotlight Awards in 2013 & 2014. Outside of business hours, Danielle channels a lifelong dance and ballet passion on the Board of Ballet Arizona. Earlier this year, AZ Business Magazine named Danielle as one of the 12 Millennials to Watch in 2019.

Women Achievers of Arizona
This is Arizona Capitol Times’ first year celebrating accomplished women from across the state. The women selected excel in their professions, including careers in business, law, and politics, advance their companies and communities, and make a difference in the lives of Arizonans. Honorees will be profiled in the Women Achievers of Arizona special publication and celebrated at an awards night at the Phoenix At Museum.

Arizona Capitol Times
The Arizona Capitol Times is known among Arizona politicos as the leading source of political news from the state Capitol and beyond. It highlights the most important issues of the moment, from a non-partisan and well-researched perspective. The newspaper covers state politics and policy with a focus on elections, court rulings and the actions of local governments. The paper regularly features commentaries, letters to the editor, an event calendar, legal notices, people-in-the-news pages, listings of state contracts, an Arizona news roundup page and political news from other states.