Meet Shawn Fisher
Organization: Crump Wilson Architects
When and why did you get involved with BRAC?
I joined as an Ambassador in early 2018 and saw a great opportunity to connect with other professionals in the Baton Rouge Area and to better our businesses.
Tell us more about how you are involved in Baton Rouge?
I’m a member of the Baton Rouge American Institute of Architects (AIA), which organizes great events like the Building Blocks program that encourages kids to exercise their creativity by using a variety of recycled household products to recreate their favorite buildings. One of the most rewarding aspects of my job is seeing the buildings we design come to life and how they positively affect the people who live and work in the greater Baton Rouge Area.
Why do you stay involved with BRAC?
The connections with other people and businesses and the relationships that I’ve developed are extremely valuable.
What would you tell someone considering becoming a BRAC investor?
Definitely do it. Getting your name out there to promote your business is what it’s all about.
What do you see for the future of Baton Rouge? How will we get there?
A better place to live and work through traffic mitigation/road expansion projects that will increase everyone’s quality of life.
What’s one of the most exciting things you see happening in the Baton Rouge Area today?
New businesses popping up everywhere! It’s a very business-friendly place to be. BRAC’s Ambassador Program is designed to allow company representatives to actively build relationships with BRAC investors and business leaders while serving as advocates of BRAC’s work.
Each month, BRAC highlights one of these ambassadors in the Ambassador Spotlight. To learn more about the Ambassador Program visit the program page here.