Scott Scherer Elected Chair of FISH Emergency Referral Services Program

Scott Scherer has recently been elected Chair of the Board of the FISH Emergency Referral Services Program (aka Friends in Service Helping). FISH is a non-profit organization that provides food, shelter, and medical services to those in need in the local Carson City community. FISH has grown to become rural Nevada’s largest and most complete human services program.

“I am extremely honored for this opportunity to continue my service on the FISH board of directors as Chair,” said Scherer. “We have a very talented board of directors, staff, and community volunteers who devote their time to this outstanding organization. I look forward to working with FISH to further the success and positive impact we make for those in need in our community.”

Scherer is a partner in the firm’s Carson City, Nevada office. In his professional practice with Holland & Hart, he represents clients primarily in the area of regulatory and administrative law with special emphasis on gaming regulatory matters, state and local tax matters, transportation matters and legislative affairs. He previously served as Chair of the International Association of Gaming Regulators, as one of Nevada's representatives to the Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws, and as a member of the Nevada Commission on Ethics.

FISH is governed by a board of directors that includes community leaders who have shown special interest in serving the needs of their community. Twenty-two staff members and over 120 volunteers work together to meet the challenges of the mission of FISH. Their volunteers include professionals, retirees, and students.

Learn more about the FISH organization by visiting their website here: www.nvfish.com    


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