Miller Nash Graham & Dunn LLP attorney LeAnne Bremer was recently selected to serve on the board of directors of the Clark College Foundation. The foundation was established in 1973 and provides the college with student scholarships, program and infrastructure support and community resources. Bremer joins the board of directors alongside select leaders in business and civic affairs, the presidents of the college and foundation and two representatives from the Clark College Board of Trustees.
Lisa Gibert, Clark College Foundation CEO, believes Bremer brings vast knowledge of the region and regulatory rules to the foundation: “LeAnne’s legal and land use knowledge will be particularly beneficial during Clark’s phased development of its Ridgefield property. And as a resident of that city, she also has a personal interest in a successful outcome.”
To read more about the Clark College Foundation, visit clarkcollegefoundation.org.
About LeAnne Bremer
Bremer is partner-in-charge of Miller Nash Graham & Dunn's Vancouver, Washington office, and she focuses her practice on land use law, real estate and government affairs. She is well versed in all land use planning and development issues, including plan review, environmental review and permitting issues.
She is a frequent contributor to Miller Nash Graham & Dunn's blog From the Ground Up, focusing on new cases and legislation. Bremer currently serves on the boards of the Council for the Homeless, Humane Society for Southwest Washington, the Free Clinic of Southwest Washington, the Greater Vancouver Chamber of Commerce and the Columbia River Economic Development Council. Bremer earned her bachelor's degree at Portland State University before receiving her law degree from Lewis & Clark Law School.