President (1/1/2020 - 12/31/2020)
Chief Deputy Assessor, Polk County Assessor's Office
Des Moines, Iowa
President-Elect (1/1/2020 - 12/31/2020)
Riley County Appraiser
Vice President (1/1/2020 - 12/31/2020)
Garfield County Assessor (retired)
Past President (1/1/2020 - 12/31/2020)
Assistant Assessor/Recorder/Clerk, San Diego County
San Diego, California
Kansas City, Missouri
Region 1 (1/1/2019 - 12/31/2021)
Director, Kansas Division of Property Valuation & Kansas Division of Vehicles
Region 2 (1/1/2020 - 12/31/2022)
Chief Assessor, City of Lewiston
Region 3 (1/1/2020 - 12/31/2022)
Gaston County, North Carolina
Region 1 (1/1/2020 - 12/31/2022)
Executive Director/Chief Appraiser, El Paso Central Appraisal District
El Paso, Texas
Region 3 (1/1/2018 - 12/31/2020)
Assistant Director - Division of Property Assessments State of Tennessee
Region 2 (1/1/2018 - 12/31/2020)
Director of Assessments, City of Minneapolis
Region 3 (1/1/2020 - 12/31/2021)
Deputy Real Estate Assessor
Region 1 (1/1/2018 - 12/31/2020)
Director of Finance, County of Maui
Region 2 (1/1/2019 - 12/31/2021)
Muskegon County, Michigan
Associate Member (1/1/2019 - 12/31/2021)
Appraisal Project Supervisor, Tyler Technologies, Inc.
Amy Rasmussen, RES, AAS
Amy Rasmussen, RES, AAS is President of IAAO for 2020. Outside of IAAO Ms. Rasmussen is Chief Deputy Assessor for the Polk County, Iowa, Assessor's Office.
She has previously served as IAAO President-Elect in 2019, Vice-President in 2018, and was on the IAAO Board from 2014-2016. In addition, her IAAO service includes serving as Chair of the Professional Development Committee; as a Subject Matter Expert for the USPAP Committee; a member of the Budget Committee, Technology Special Committee; Vision 2020 Committee, and Planning and Rules Committee; and as a Senior Specialty Instructor, Professional Advisor, and an IAAO Representative.
She has also served as a board member of the Iowa Real Estate Appraiser Examining Board and as vice chair from 2008-10; and was on the Board of Directors of the Institute of Iowa Certified Assessors. She has achieved the IAAO Assessment Administration Specialist and Residential Evaluation Specialist designations; and the Certified Public Manager; Iowa Certified Assessor, and Certified Residential Real Property Appraiser.
She received a Master of Public Administration in Public Policy from Drake University and a Bachelor of Science, Psychology from Iowa State University.
Greg McHenry, AAS
Greg McHenry, AAS is IAAO President-Elect for 2020. Outside of IAAO he serves as Appraiser for the Riley County Appraiser's Office in Manhattan, Kansas. Previously he served as Deputy County Appraiser and Business Specialist. He has also served as County Appraiser for the Clay County (Kan.) Appraiser's Office.
He previously served as Vice President in 2019 and was on the IAAO Board of Directors from 2015-2017. In addition he served as a member of the Governance Committee, Vision 2020 Committee, Conference Content Committee, Local Host Committee-Kansas City IAAO Conference, Volunteers Coordinator, and Hageman Trust Committee. He is also a Professional Designation Advisor and Specialty Instructor.
Mr. McHenry also has served on the Executive Board of the Kansas County Appraisers Association and is a Past President of the Association. He has also served on the Association's Legislative Committee and Personal Property Committee and is a member of the Kansas City Chapter of IAAO.
He has achieved the IAAO Assessment Administration Specialist designation and the Kansas Registered Mass Appraiser designation. He received a bachelor's degree in Agricultural Economics from Kansas State University.
Tim Boncoskey is the immediate Past President of IAAO. Outside of IAAO he became Assistant Assessor/Recorder/Clerk for San Diego County in February 2020. Previously he served as Chief Deputy Assessor for Maricopa County in Phoenix, Arizona.
He joined Maricopa County as Chief Deputy in July 2006 after 17 years with the State of Arizona. He also worked as a senior budget analyst for the Fairfax County Office of Management and Budget in Virginia before beginning his Arizona State government career.
He previously served as IAAO President in 2019, President-Elect in 2018, and Vice President in 2017. He also served as a member of the IAAO Board from 2013-2015. In 2018, he was appointed to the National Association of Counties (NACo) Board of Directors, representing IAAO and currently serves on the NACo's large urban county caucus.
He has twice received the IAAO Stacy Ford Award winner for being the association's most outstanding Representative and three times received the IAAO Kenneth J. McCarren Award for recruiting the most new IAAO members.
He was selected IAAO Member of the Year in 2012 and was enshrined in Maricopa County's Pillars of Honor in 2013 for that achievement. In 2014, Tim, along with four other IAAO Board members, wrote the 2020 Vision and Strategic Plan for IAAO (2015 - 2020).
In 2011, he served as Chairman of the Major Jurisdictions Council, Chairman of the Local Host Committee for the 2011 International Conference on Assessment Administration in Phoenix and Chairman of the Councils and Sections Committee of IAAO for 2012.
Tim has also served as the elected President of Arizona Chapter of IAAO (AzIAAO) for 2007-2008 and 2011 and the chapter's national representative for nine years beginning in 2009. In 2018, he received the AzIAAO Bud Scribner Award for his outstanding contributions to the Arizona assessment community.
Mr. Boncoskey began his state service working for the Governor's Office of Strategic Planning and Budgeting where he analyzed various agency budgets including the Department of Revenue for fiscal year 1991 and 1992. He served as an initial management staff member in the Governor's Office for Excellence in Government from 1993 to 1995, becoming Executive Director in 1994. Governor Symington appointed Tim an Assistant Director of the Department of Administration (ADOA) in 1995 and he went on to hold various executive management positions in ADOA until he joined Maricopa County.
Tim served Governors Symington, Hull and Napolitano in his seven years as the Chairman on the Governor's Regulatory Review Council from 1996 to 2003.
He received his bachelor's degree in Public Administration in 1983 from the University of Arizona and his master's degree in Public Affairs in 1985 from the LBJ School at the University of Texas and attended the Governor's Center at Duke University Strategic Leadership Program for State Executives in 1999.
L. Wade Patterson
L. Wade Patterson is IAAO Vice President for 2020. Outside of IAAO he is a retired County Assessor from Garfield County, Oklahoma.
Previously he served on the IAAO Board from 2016-18 and also has been a member of the Governance Committee in 2019, the Budget, and Exhibitors Advisory Council from 2016-18.
In addition, he served on the Oklahoma Assessor's Board of Directors from 206-11 and was President in 2009; and on the IAAO Chapter Board of Directors from 2000-05, serving as President from 2004-05, and receiving its George Keyes award in 2013.
Mr. Patterson was active in state-level leadership roles in Oklahoma, representing Gov. Mary Fallin's on the Task Force on Comprehensive Tax Reform; was appointed to the State Geographic Information Systems Council by former Gov. Brad Henry.
Ron Worth, CAE, FSMPS, FAIC
Ronald D. Worth, CAE, FSMPS, FAIC, Associate AIA is the Executive Director and Treasurer of the International Association of Assessing Officers.
Prior to IAAO, Mr. Worth served as the chief executive officer of the Society for Marketing Professional Services (SMPS), a network of 6,800 marketing and business development professionals from architectural, engineering, planning, interior design, construction, and specialty construction firms located in the United States and Canada.
Mr. Worth also served as the Executive Director of the Professional Services Management Association, representing CEOs and CFOs of leading architectural and engineering companies, and the Washington Building Congress.
In June 2011, he was recognized by the SMPS DC Chapter with their highest honor, the Golden Tuba Award; October 2010, he was recognized by the Construction Writers Association with its highest honor: The Silver Hard Hat Award.
He is a Past President of the Construction Writers Association, and a past member of the Board of Directors of the American Council for Construction Education and American Institute of Construction.
He has a bachelor's degree in architecture from the University of Kansas and an MBA from Bradley University. He also has achieved the Certified Association Executive from the American Society of Association Executives, the FAIC designation, is a Fellow of the Society for Marketing Professional Services and American Institute of Constructors, and is an Associate of the American Institute of Architects.
David Harper, AAS
David Harper, AAS is a member of the IAAO Board of Directors, representing Region 1. Outside of IAAO he is state director for both the Kansas Division of Property Valuation and the Kansas Division of Vehicles, Topeka, Kansas.
Prior to his current position he served as Manager, Public Utility Division of the Kansas Division of Property Valuation. He also served in the Shawnee County (KS) Appraiser's Office and as a Kansas Certified Residential Appraiser.
He has been an IAAO member since 2008 and has served as a member and past Chair of the IAAO USPAP committee, and is a member of the Kansas City Chapter of IAAO. He achieved the IAAO Assessment Administration Specialist designation and also is a Kansas Registered Mass Appraiser. He received a bachelor's degree in Business Administration from Baker University.
William Healey, RES
William Healey, RES, is a member of the IAAO Board of Directors, representing Region 2. Outside of IAAO he is the Chief Assessor for the City of Lewiston, Maine.
He has been a member of IAAO for over 20 years and a certified Maine Assessor for 22 years. He served on the IAAO Membership Services Committee in 2008 and as Chair in 2012 and 2013.
Mr. Healey also served as Assessor for the Towns of Cumberland, Yarmouth, and Scarborough, Maine. He's involved with the Maine Association of Assessing Officers, an IAAO Affiliate, serving as Education Chair for the past 15 years, and is in his second stint as president. He's also a member of Northeastern Regional Association of Assessing Officers and served as Vice President in 2010. He was appointed to the IAAO Membership Services Committee in 2008 and served as Chair in 2012 and 2013. He was appointed to the new IAAO Membership Committee in 2018 and reappointed in 2019.
G. Cecil Jackson, Jr., RES, AAS
G. Cecil Jackson, Jr. RES, AAS, is a member of the IAAO Board of Directors, representing Region 3. Outside of IAAO he is Tax Director for Gaston County, North Carolina.
He has been a member of IAAO for 26 years and is was Chair of the IAAO Professional Development Committee in 2019. He is certified as an IAAO Residential Evaluation Specialist (RES) and Assessment Administration Specialist (AAS) Designation.
He received the IAAO 2019 Verne W. Pottorff, CAE, and Professional Designee of Year awards at the 2019 IAAO Annual Conference in Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada
He received a Bachelor of Science Degree, with concentration Public Administration from Appalachian State University.
Dinah L. Kilgore
Dinah L. Kilgore is a member of the IAAO Board of Directors, representing Region 1. Outside of IAAO she is Executive Director/ Chief Appraiser for the El Paso Central Appraisal District in El Paso, Texas.
She has been a member of IAAO 12 years, and has served on the IAAO CEAA and Education Committees, and the Women's Initiative Task Force. She is also a mentor for CEAA submissions.
She is also a member of the Texas Association of Assessing Officers (TAAO): Past President El Paso Chapter; Texas Association of Appraisal Districts (TAAD): President, President Elect, Vice-President, Treasurer; TAAD / IAAO Chapter: Member; Metropolitan Council of Appraisal Districts (METRO): Past Chairperson.
Bryan Kinsey, AAS
Bryan Kinsey, AAS is a member of the IAAO Board of Directors, representing Region 3. Outside of IAAO he is Assistant Director - Division of Property Assessments for the State of Tennessee / Comptroller of the Treasury and has been with the state for more than 27 years.
He has been a member of IAAO since 1994 and served as Chair and as a member of the IAAO Chapters & Affiliates Committee; an IAAO Representative for Tennessee; and a Professional Designation Advisor for AAS. He has also served as President, Vice President and Secretary/Treasurer for the Tennessee Chapter of IAAO.
He received a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and Master of Business Administration from the University of Tennessee. He has achieved the IAAO Assessment Administration Specialist (AAS) designation and the Tennessee Certified Assessor (TCA) and Tennessee Master Assessor (TMA).
Rebecca Malmquist, CAE
Rebecca L. Malmquist, CAE is a member of the IAAO Board of Directors, representing Region 2. Outside of IAAO she is Director of Assessments for the City of Minneapolis, Minnesota. Previously she had served as City Assessor and Appraiser for the City of Minnetonka.
Ms. Malmquist has been an IAAO Member since 2000 and has served as Chair of the Membership Committee and Communications Committee, Co-Chair of the Local Host Task Force in 2018 and as member of the Communications Committee and the Finance Commmittee. In 2018 she received the IAAO Matylda Zurowska Hudak Member of the Year Award. She also has served as an IAAO State Representative, Professional Advisor, and National Instructor.
She received IAAO's Zangerle Award as Managing Editor of MAAO's Equal Eyes publication.
She has achieved the IAAO's Certified Assessment Evaluator designation and the Minnesota Senior Accredited Minnesota Assessor (SAMA) Designation. She received a Bachelor of Arts in Urban and Regional Studies from the University of Minnesota - Duluth.
She also has served on the Minnesota Association of Assessing Officers as Editorial Board Committee Chair; Equal Eyes, Managing Editor; Region IX Vice President and President; and Membership Coordinator.
David Brian Sanford, CAE
David Brian Sanford, CAE is a member of the IAAO Board of Directors, representing Region 3. Outside of IAAO he is Deputy Real Estate Assessor for Chesapeake, Virginia
He has been an IAAO member since 1988. He has served on the Friends of the Library Committee, the Planning and Rules Committee, and is a past Chair of the Education Subcommittee, the Professional Designations Committee, the Professional Designations Subcommittee.
He has also won the IAAO Presidential Citation (2009), the IAAO Verne W. Pottorff, CAE, Professional Designee of Year award (2014), the Outstanding VAAO Member Award (1995), and the VAAO Certificate of Appreciation in 1997, 1998, and 1999. He was president of VAAO in 2018, director of VAAO from 2010 to 2012, and the Chair of the VAAO Education Committee in 1999.
Scott Teruya, AAS
Scott K. Teruya, AAS is a member of the IAAO Board of Directors, representing Region 1. Outside of IAAO he was appointed by County Mayor Mike Victorino to serve as County of Maui's Director of Finance as of January 1, 2019.
Since 1997, he has worked for the Department of Finance, Real Property Tax Division, and served as its County Administrator since 2007. He also has seven years of private fee appraisal experience and is a Certified Residential Appraiser for the State of Hawaii and also has a Real Estate Salesperson license.
He has been an IAAO member since 2001 and was the IAAO Member of the Year in 2014. He received an Assessment Administration Specialist. He has served on the IAAO Chapter and Affiliates Committee, the GIS/CAMA Technologies Conference Committee, and has served as President of the Hawaii Chapter of IAAO.
He received a Bachelor of Business Administration in Real Estate from the University of Hawaii.
Donna VanderVries, CAE, AAS, PPS, Esq.
Donna VanderVries, CAE, AAS, PPS, Esq. is a member of the IAAO Board of Directors, representing Region 2. Outside of IAAO she is Equalization Director for Muskegon County, Michigan.
She has been an IAAO member since 2001 and has served on the Planning and Rules Committee and Profession Development Committee and the Professional Designations Subcommittee, and as an IAAO Representative.
She has served on the Appraisal Foundation App Practices Board; the Mid-Michigan Association of Assessing Officers Board; the Michigan Assess Association Board and the Michigan Association Equalization Directors Board.
She received an accounting degree from Wright State University, a law degree from Ohio State University; and a Masters degree in Tax from the University of Cincinnati. She has achieved the following IAAO designations: Assessment Administration Specialist, Certified Assessment Administration Specialist, and Personal Property Specialist. She also has received the Accredited Senior Appraiser from the American Society of Appraisers and is a Certified General Appraiser and a Michigan Master Assessing Officer as well as a CPA and attorney.
She has served as Equalization Director for 12 years and also has served as an adjunct professor for 18 years.
William A. Birkle, AAS
William A. Birkle, AAS is a member of the IAAO Board of Directors, representing Associate members. Outside of IAAO he is an Appraisal Project Supervisor for Tyler Technologies Indianapolis, Indiana.
Prior to his current position, Mr. Birkle has served as the elected Assessor, Chief Deputy Assessor and Deputy Assessor for Warren Township in Marion County, Indiana. He is a Certified Level III Indiana Assessor-Appraiser and has served as President, Vice President, and Area-Vice President of the Indiana Chapter of IAAO (ICIAAO).
He has served as a member of the IAAO Communications Committee and Member Services Committee, Chair of the Scholarship Committee, and Co-Chair of the Local Host Committee. He has also been an IAAO Representative, a Professional Designee Advisor, and received the Verne W. Pottorff, CAE - Professional Designee of the Year award.