About Our Founder
Jason Fisher is the founder of FisherCAC. Mr. Fisher has over twenty years experience as an adviser working with community associations (condominiums, cooperatives, homeowners, and timeshare associations) throughout Maryland, District of Columbia and beyond.
Mr. Fisher has worked with hundreds of community associations in a broad spectrum of areas. Such matters include general operations, governance, best practices, board training, strategic planning, management retention, serving as adviser and liaison regarding pending legal matters with association’s legal counsel, engineers and developers. He is a recognized leader in the community association’s field.
Mr. Fisher has also been a prominent member of the Community Association Institute and specifically its Washington Metropolitan Chapter, serving as its president in 2010 and on the board of directors and executive committee from 2005 to 2011. He also served for more than five years on CAI National’s Maryland Legislative Action Committee where he provided over ten years of active service as a member and three years as Chair of CAI’s Washington Chapter’s Legislative Committee. In his role as a member of these groups, he was instrumental in bringing about positive changes in Maryland related to the laws impacting community associations. Mr. Fisher regularly lectures and publishes articles about issues facing community associations.
Mr. Fisher received his Bachelor of Science in Finance from the University of Maryland School of Business and his Juris Doctor from Widener University School of Law where he was awarded the Outstanding Service Award for his graduating class and where he had the distinguished honor of serving as Editor-in-Chief of Widener’s Law Review.
Upon graduating law school, he served as law clerk to the Honorable Paul H. Weinstein, Chief Administrative Judge for the 6th Judicial Circuit of Maryland before serving as the Chair of a Community Association Practice group of an area firm, prior to founding FisherCAC.