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LeAnne Bremer Elected to Council for the Homeless Board

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Miller Nash Graham & Dunn LLP attorney LeAnne Bremer was recently elected to serve on the board of directors of the Council for the Homeless. The Council is dedicated to helping everyone in Clark County have the opportunity for safe and affordable housing. Its mission is to lead the community’s efforts to prevent and end homelessness. As a member of the board, Bremer will serve a three-year term, attend monthly board meetings and assist with the planning and sponsorship efforts for the Council's annual fundraising luncheon each fall.

"One of the reasons we are so excited to have Bremer on the board is not only because she is a community leader, but because we are getting more involved in the areas of affordable housing and finance and development," stated Andy Silver, Council for the Homeless executive director. "Her real estate and policy background align perfectly with our future programs."

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 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.