We're Proud To Be Led By America's Most Distinguished Visionaries

The NVM Design and Build Team
Joe Dougherty

Joe Dougherty

NVM Project Architect
Owner,
Dougherty Architecture + Design PA

Tony Webber

Tony Webber

NVM Exhibit Designer,
CEO,
Southwest Museum Services

Mark &ldquoRanger” Jones

Mark “Ranger” Jones

NVM General Contractor
President, CEO,
The Ranger Group, LLC

Troy Landry

Troy Landry

NVM Land Planner
& Landscape Architect
CEO,
Landry Design

Turner Construction Group

NVM Building Contractor

 




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Ken Fisher
Ken Fisher
CEO of Fisher House Foundation
Sr. Partner at Fisher Brothers

Ken Fisher is a senior partner at Fisher Brothers, a New York City based real estate firm with more than 6 million square feet of class-A commercial space in Midtown Manhattan. He is also an active philanthropist, who as Chairman of the Fisher House Foundation, championed a long underserved need in the lives of military families. Founded in 1990, by his late Uncle Zachary, Fisher House Foundation has built several dozen homes-away-from-home for relatives of troops and veterans receiving care at military hospitals, allowing them to stay free of charge in these comfort homes for as long as their hospital stay. Each year, the program helps more than 16,000 guest families, saving them roughly $165 million in travel and lodging costs. In 2011, he was awarded the elite title of “Honorary Marine”. In 2009, the Association of the United States Army awarded Ken its highest honor, the George C. Marshall Medal. In 2007, President George W. Bush appointed Ken to the President’s Commission on Care for America’s Returning Wounded Warriors, which conducted a comprehensive review of the care provided to service members returning from battle. In 2004, as Secretary of Veterans Affairs, the Honorable Anthony J. Principi, presented Ken with the Secretary’s Award, the highest honor bestowed on individuals or organizations by the Department of Veterans Affairs. Ken sits on the Board of Directors of Strategic Hotels & Resorts, the Intrepid Museum, the Association for the Help of Retarded Children, The Jackie Robinson Foundation, New York’s Finest Foundation, and the Command and General Staff College in Ft. Leavenworth, Kansas. He lives in New York City with his wife and three children.