Singlaub named new Chief Operating Officer of Sierra Business Council |

Singlaub named new Chief Operating Officer of Sierra Business Council

John Singlaub

TRUCKEE — Sierra Business Council, a non-profit association of more than 750 members committed to promoting the sustainability of the Sierra Nevada, is pleased to announce the addition of John Singlaub to their staff as the Executive Director/Chief Operating Officer. Singlaub will be responsible for overseeing the implementation of SBC’s portfolio of project work, as well as finance, human resources and legal affairs.

“We are very pleased to have John joining our team,” said Sierra Business Council President and Chief Executive Officer, Steven Frisch. “He brings a remarkable body of experience and knowledge of the region which will help us better serve our constituents and continue the success of our membership’s shared vision of the Sierra.”

Singlaub recently left the Tahoe Regional Planning Agency, after serving five years as the Executive Director. TRPA is the bi-state planning and regulatory agency responsible for the protection and restoration of Lake Tahoe. Prior to that, he served more than 25 years as a planner and manager for the Bureau of Land Management (BLM), most recently as the District Manager for BLM in Carson City, Nev. Other BLM assignments included Oregon, New Mexico, Colorado and Washington, DC.

“I’m extremely happy to be joining the Sierra Business Council,” said Singlaub. “This is an organization whose mission I am deeply passionate about. I am looking forward to using my experience to help the region meet its goals and create a brighter future.”

Singlaub is currently a member of the Board of Directors of the Sierra Business Council, but will be resigning from that post to accept this position.

The Sierra Business Council serves the entire Sierra Nevada region. As a nonprofit association of more than 750 businesses, agencies, and individual members, Sierra Business Council is committed to promoting a new perspective on regional wealth while emphasizing collaboration in planning and policy making. Visit for more information.

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