Montrose, COLO.—Montrose County Sheriff’s Office is proud to welcome Emergency Manager Greg Fisher to the team. Fisher comes to the MCSO from Fort Myers, Fla., as the former Senior Emergency Management Associate for Two Rivers Emergency Management. “Mr. Fisher will be an asset to our team,” said Sheriff Rick Dunlap. “I am confident that his education, experience, and additional training will serve Montrose County well as Emergency Manager.”
“After living and working in larger cities, I always had a goal to return to Colorado—specifically the western slope—and I am happy to be here,” said Mr. Fisher. “Emergency Management in a more rural area provides unique challenges and advantages and I am looking forward to meeting community members to hear their concerns.”
Prior to his role at Two Rivers Emergency Management, Mr. Fisher served as Human Services Program Manager for Collier County Emergency Management Agency, Safety and Emergency Planning Coordinator for Rollins College, and Emergency Management Specialist for the Ohio State University Department of Public Safety. He is also a U.S. Navy veteran. Fisher joined the MCSO in late March and succeeds Interim Emergency Manager Teri Watkins.
In his off-duty time, Mr. Fisher enjoys fly fishing, hiking, and outdoor activities. He and his wife have three children and are excited to learn more about Montrose.