Ken Khachigian, a senior partner in Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck’s Orange County office, joined the board of regents of the Orange County Council, Boy Scouts of America (OCBSA). He will provide leadership for the Council’s strategic vision and fundraising development.
Khachigian will serve as a professional role model for the scouts. Every member of the board of regents is committed to a mission of teaching and demonstrating how the values of scouting should shape a successful life. Khachigian draws on a distinguished public service career in his new position. He was deputy special assistant under President Richard Nixon and chief speechwriter and senior White House adviser under President Ronald Reagan. He was also a key adviser and strategist for President George H. W. Bush’s successful 1988 election campaign and served as senior political and strategic adviser to Senators John McCain and Bob Dole and California Governors George Deukmejian and Pete Wilson. As a member of Brownstein’s Government Relations Department, his practice includes a range of high-level environmental and government relations matters, particularly where legal, government and public issues intersect.
The Orange County Council is one of the largest youth-serving agencies in the county, serving nearly 25,000 youth with educational programs that instill values, develop social and leadership skills, and promote physical fitness and environmental awareness. The mission of the Boy Scouts of America is to prepare young people to make ethical and moral choices over their lifetime by instilling in them the values of the Scout Oath and Scout Law. For more information, visit: OCBSA.org.