Las Vegas, NV - February 07, 2017
Nevada Real Estate Division Administrator Sharath
Chandra today announced appointments to key leadership positions at the
division. Sharon Jackson has been named Deputy Administrator and Charvez Foger has been appointed as
Ombudsman for Common Interest Communities, effective February 13.
Sharon Jackson has dedicated her life to public
service and for the past 25 years has held various positions within the
Department of Business & Industry including Deputy Director, Commissioner
of Consumer Affairs, Chief Investigator, Personnel Manager, Mediator and
Compliance Auditor Investigator. Sharon currently serves as the Real Estate
Division’s Ombudsman for Common Interest Communities.
In addition, Sharon has contributed many volunteer
hours as a mediator and mentor to the Clark County Neighborhood Justice Center
and participated as one of their Advisory Board members. Sharon is a lifelong
Nevada resident. She enjoys spending time with her grandkids and is very involved
in the community.
“Sharon’s extensive experience in program
development, administration and consumer outreach is an asset and will greatly
enhance the Real Estate Division,” said Chandra.
Foger has worked for the office of Senator Harry Reid for the last two decades
in various capacities including Deputy Regional Director for Administration,
Director of Homeland Security and Director of Veterans & Military Affairs. Charvez brings wide-ranging experience with
federal agencies, local, and state law enforcement and has extensive relations
with public and private industry. His extensive experience successfully assisting
constituents with a variety of issues will be an asset to the CIC
addition to having been inducted into UNR College Football Hall of Fame, he is
still active as an inspector with the Nevada Athletic Commission and also
serves on the Bishop Gorman High School Board of Regents. Charvez and his wife
are busy these days with their daughter, one of the top youth soccer players in Nevada, traveling and
supporting her at tournaments.
“Charvez brings great experience and
knowledge in constituent services and his work at the federal, state and local
levels will help us enrich the Ombudsman’s office,” said Chandra.
About the Nevada
Real Estate Division:
The mission of the Nevada Real Estate Division, an agency of the
Department of Business and Industry is to safeguard and promote interest in
real estate transactions by developing an informed public and a professional
real estate industry. For more information
about the Nevada Real Estate Division or the Commission for Common-Interest
Communities and Condominium Hotels, please visithttp://red.nv.gov.
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