MEET THE TEAM
The Executive Committee is comprised of 7 members: President, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer, and three Directors each serving a three year term. The immediate past president is an honorary member and is there as an advisor only. The board meets bi-monthly with the first meeting of the year starting in the month of January. They are the decision making body and are responsible for the professional administration of the organization.
Since beginning my career at the Yavapai County Assessor’s Office in 2001, I have worn many hats – expanding my skills and education at every opportunity. A promotion to Residential Appraisal Supervisor was followed by my appointment as the Policy Oversight and Training Liaison due to my extensive knowledge of almost every aspect of the office. I earned my DOR Level II in 2007 and I am currently the Personal Property Supervisor. I have been a member of AZ IAAO since 2011, planned and organized chapter meetings in Prescott since 2012 and served as a Chapter Representative since 2016.
I began my career in assessment with Yavapai County in 2007. During my time with Yavapai County I served in many capacities. I relocated to the Pinal County Assessor’s Office in 2017, where I have worked up from Appraiser Senior to Litigation Supervisor.
I have been a member of the AZ IAAO since 2008, and an IAAO member since 2014. I have assisted in suc-cessfully hosting a multitude of Chapter Luncheons when in Yavapai County.
I have also assisted in putting together and presenting at Real Ware User Group Meetings and continuingeducation classes. I also assisted with DOR classes that where held in Yavapai. I currently hold an IAAO A.A.S. designation which I earned in July of 2016.
Keith has with the Assessor’s Office for 14 years with the majority of that time with the Land unit. He is Analytic Appraiser specializing in the appraisal of land. Keith graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Marketing from Western Illinois University in 1985. He passed the 1997 Illinois C.P.A. exam in 1997. Keith is and has been a Treasurer for the Knights Of Columbus for roughly twelve years.
I am new to the Assessment community and currently work as the Administrative Assistant to Assessor Simmons in Yavapai County. I have had the pleasure of being a business owner for the past three years, and have been in charge of the bookkeep-ing and scheduling. I believe this experience provides me with a great deal of skills to pull from to help me successfully serve as the AZ IAAO Secretary.
Dennise Jones is currently the Systems Administrator at the Apache County Assessor’s Office. She started there in 2016, as the Chief Appraiser then in December 2017, she transferred to Supervisor of the Administration side as the Systems Ad-ministrator.
Dennise is a Certified Level 2 Appraiser and graduated from Mohave Community College in 2006, with an AAS in Busi-ness. Her career with assessing started in 2008, when working for the La Paz County Assessor’s Office. There she started as a clerk and worked her way up to Chief Deputy Assessor.
Terri is the Supervisor of the Data Integrity Unit in the Maricopa County Assessor’s Office. She began her tenure with the Assessor’s office in 2004 as a residential appraiser, and has gained a wide range of appraisal knowledge and experience as a residential and commercial appraiser, and a Litigation Consultant. An Appraiser Supervisor in the Assessor’s Office since 2015, she has experience managing others in both the private and public sectors.
Terri earned an Associate’s Degree in Computer Science (1986), a dual Bachelor’s Degree in Business and Communication (ASU, 2007), and a Master’s of Divinity Degree (Payne Theological Seminary, 2015). Additionally, Terri holds an IAAO-AAS Accreditation and a DOR Level III-AAS certification, and she is working towards completing her IAAO-CAE Accreditation.
Daniel completed the requirements of the Assessment Administration Specialist designation in July of 2016. Daniel is an Analytic Appraiser with the Maricopa County Assessor’s Office. He has been with Maricopa County for eight years. Prior to joining the county, he was a residential fee appraiser in the State of Arizona. He is a member of the Arizona Chapter of IAAO.