Profile

Douglas Fisher

ROC Archive Advisory Board

Attorney
Douglas A. Fisher, Esq. P.O. Box 30592 Rochester, New York 14603 (585) 406-4177 Grew up at Valentown, near Fishers in the Ontario County town of Victor, and graduated from Victor High School • University of Rochester – B.A. degree in History • Columbia University – Ph.D. program in Linguistics • Taught high school mathematics in Darien, Connecticut & in New York City • Initiated and pursued the Canaltown historic preservation project, a 3½-acre enclave of 19th-century buildings located in an urban renewal district in downtown Rochester by the Genesee River • Elected Victor Town Supervisor • Elected to the Ontario County Board of Supervisors • Washington University in St. Louis School of Law – J.D. degree • Special Student at Massachusetts Institute of Technology • Practiced law in Boston, Massachusetts • Practiced law in Victor, New York • Currently practicing law in Rochester, New York • Board of Trustees member of 1816 Farmington Quaker Meetinghouse Museum and project initiator