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Michael A. Fisher

Executive Director

Council for the Arts

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Council for the Arts

2 Daly Avenue

Ottawa, Ontario,K1N 6E2

Canada

Company Description

The Council for the Arts in Ottawa was founded in 1982 as a not-for-profit, membership-based organization dedicated to encouraging and developing an appreciation for the arts in the Ottawa region. With an annual budget of about $330,000, the CAO raises funds t... more

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Executive Vice President

Championship Auto Racing Teams , Inc.


Vice President

CART


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About – Council for the Arts

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Michael A. Fisher Executive Director
email Michael Michael joined the Council for the Arts as executive director in November 2014. A Chambersburg native, Michael is excited to guide the Council of the Arts into its next phase by developing programs, events and partnerships through the arts that will contribute to the revitalization and growth of the local community. Michael, his wife and two children reside in Chambersburg, Pennsylvania.


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Mike Fisher
Michael J. Fisher was born in Hollywood, California. He was an amateur racer who participated in 2 Grand Prix, debuting on August 27, 1967. He had raced a variety of cars prior to his GP appearances including a Lotus 18 and Porsche 906 and 910 sports cars. In 1967 he entered the Canadian Grand Prix with the ex-Jim Clark Lotus 33. Fisher himself performed respectably well in Canada, though he was forced to take the gearbox apart himself in order to fix a leaking oil seal because all the friends who volunteered to help him were not mechanically inclined. He ended up finishing 11th. He did well in practice for the Mexican GP, qualifying 10th and he was unfortunate not to start when a diaphragm on his fuel metering unit ruptured. His racing career was interrupted by the Vietnam war with Mike entering pilot training in 1968. He flew a number of fighters including F-102, F-101, F-4 and F-15. In 1994 he was assigned to the Pentagon and was CART's executive vice-president of racing for three months during 1997. Leaving by mutual consent. 12 / 1 / 1874 Fisher was an American entrepreneur, a pioneer and promoter of the automotive, auto racing, and real estate development industries. He helped organise the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.


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17. Mike Fisher, Lotus 33-BRM V-8
Perhaps no entry into the 1967 Canadian Grand Prix illustrates how things have changed over the years than American independent racer, Mike Fisher. He had entered Jim Clark's championship-winning Lotus 33, now powered by a BRM engine, for his first Grand Prix. After suffering gearbox problems in the initial practice, Mike was forced to take apart the gearbox himself and make repairs. Despite serving as his own mechanic for the weekend, Mike would start 17th and work his way up to eleventh. He would also race in the 1967 Mexican Grand Prix where he retired. This would prove to be his last race as Fisher started pilot training for Vietnam. He spent some time at the Pentagon and also served briefly as CART's vice president of racing in 1997.


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