Alexis Michaud is a Las Vegas native, tax and corporate law attorney, as well as a Realtor. Alexis started her career in large law firms advising on a myriad of tax and corporate law matters as well and mergers and acquisitions. She eventually transitioned in house and has served as Associate General Counsel to a technology company that was sold to IBM, as General Counsel of an International Real Estate Company which grew from less than 20 franchises to over 100 franchises in a little over a year, and Deputy General Counsel of a public technology company Switch. While with IBM she worked 48 acquisitions over a 4-year period. As Deputy General Counsel for a local technology company she was part of an executive team that helped grow the company from a statewide operation, to a national operation, international operation, and eventually to a public company in 2017.
She serves on the Nevada Governor’s Board of Economic Development, Battle Born Venture Fund, helping to identify new businesses who will help diversify Nevada’s economy. A 2016 Hall of Fame Recipient for the Young Professional of the Women’s Chamber, Alexis is committed to this community. She is on the Board of the Children’s Advocacy Center Foundation as well as a member of the Finance Committee for the Girl Scouts. She is the host of Home with Alexis Michaud, a podcast about the individuals in the community who make Las Vegas a wonderful place to call home. And most recently started a podcast titled Grit, Grace, and Leadership about women leaders around the nation and the world who provide a road map for young girls, teens, and tweens to live their full potential.
Alexis is passionate about Nevada and her home town of Las Vegas. She loves the sunny, tax free, low commute lifestyle and wants others to enjoy the city as much as she does. She also knows that relocating a business and a family can seem absolutely overwhelming. That’s why she started North Advisory Group. North advises and coordinates the relocation with attorneys, bankers, CPAs, and Realtors. She acts as your COO during the transition process so you can stay focused on what matters to you most, while she handles the rest.