Missy Hirst

(she· her· hers) Chief Operating Officer

Phone: 303.991.2016
My Favorite Thing about Altitude Community Law P.C. is:

The Firm’s constant desire to improve. It’s awesome!

The most challenging part of my job is:

The Firm’s constant desire to improve. It’s exhausting!

The last thing I learned at work was:

How to search for an association’s active board members.

A Word I would use to describe our Firm culture is:


Recent Publications by Missy Hirst

The Shopping Cart Theory – A Test of Moral Character

The Shopping Cart Theory – A Test of Moral Character Congratulations, you made it through the holidays!  I hope you enjoyed yourself too much, laughed too hard, ate too many treats, and had another wonderful holiday season with friends and family.  And, I trust you are now as thrilled as I am to have itGo to Resource

Happy Holidays and Seasonal Self-Care Greetings!

Happy Holidays and Seasonal Self-Care Greetings! I like “to-do” lists.  They keep me organized, on schedule, and it kickstarts my heart to check something off the lists when complete.  During the holidays, my lists get a bit longer than usual,  but that’s okay.  If it’s on the lists, I will make sure it gets done.Go to Resource
Let’s start the new year by practicing more civility towards one another.  Let’s act the way we want our kids to act.  When watching little ones playing together in a sandbox, what do you see?  Children sharing toys and tools.  Communication, both verbal and nonverbal.  Kids watching one another and getting new ideas based onGoGo to Resource

The Healing Process

While I celebrate 2020 now being in the past, I send you best wishes for a successful 2021. May we all have toilet paper, hand sanitizer, hope, and optimism in abundant supply in this new year. Last year was the year that was broken, in many cases. It was the year of broken concert toursGo to Resource
Hey, boss, my coworker just cleared her throat twice.  Can you send her home? As a manager in a pre-COVID office environment, what would you have done?  Maybe nothing.  Overreaction by a manager could have been seen as invading someone’s personal space and intruding upon someone’s private health concerns. However, during a pandemic, it isGoGo to Resource
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