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Ray Sherbill Moderates Committee for Montgomery Conversation on Regional Economic Development

Corporate attorney Ray Sherbill recently moderated Committee for Montgomery's "Conversation on Regional Economic Development" panel discussion, which focused on the state of economic development in Montgomery County. Ray serves as the 2014-2015 vice chair of Committee for Montgomery, a coalition of diverse community organization and business leaders who find consensus and advocate for the betterment of Montgomery County.

Other panelists included:

  • Holly Sears Sullivan, President of the Montgomery Business Development Corporation;
  • Victor Hoskins, Economic Development Chief of Arlington County; and
  • Dr. Stephen Fuller, the pre-eminent scholar and authority on regional economic development data for George Mason University and Center for Regional Analysis.

For more on this event and Committee for Montgomery, visit http://www.committeeformontgomery.org/.

Ray Sherbill is a corporate attorney at Lerch, Early & Brewer in Bethesda, Maryland who counsels businesses of all sizes in a variety of transactional, financial, employment and tax-related matters, as well as the handling and resolution of complex disputes.

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