Brandon Fowler serves as Klamath County Emergency Manager as well as Public Information Officer for the Klamath County Sheriff’s Office. Brandon has spent much of his professional career in the private sector working for telecommunications companies such as AT&T, Sprint, and Verizon. In addition, Brandon has served in various executive capacities with several construction and project management organizations and specializes in organizational leadership development.
Brandon holds numerous FEMA certifications related to incident command and emergency management. Brandon has also previously served on Klamath County’s Budget Committee and currently serves as a member of the Board of Directors for Chiloquin Fire & Rescue, Klamath 9-1-1 Communications District, and serves as Sheriff Chris Kaber’s representative to the Klamath Interoperability Radio Group. Brandon, his wife Anna and their three children, have resided on their ranch in the Chiloquin area for twenty years.
Danise began a career in public service in 1990. Over the course of 23 years, she served in local government as a City Recorder, Planning Director, Public Works Director, Elections Officer and City Administrator. During her career she also worked for several county and state agencies within the fields of law enforcement, legal services, and emergency services. Danise resides in Bonanza with her husband, children, and grandchildren where she remains an active volunteer in the community. She is currently the founder and president of Bonanza Cares, Inc., a non-profit charity organization; serves as treasurer, outreach coordinator, and medical biller for the Bonanza Ambulance; serves on the board of Rural Klamath Connects; and is a member of the Bonanza Lion's Club.