The WSACT Officers were elected at its business meeting during the mid-summer legislative conference July 22-23 in Ellensburg, Washington
VANCOUVER – The Washington State Association of County Treasurers (WSACT) announced it has elected its Officers for 2021-22. The WSACT Officers were elected at its business meeting during the mid-summer legislative conference July 22-23 in Ellensburg, Washington. The association elected Clark County Treasurer Alishia Topper as its new president.
“I am honored to have the privilege to serve as WSACT president for the next year. I will be working alongside a group of dedicated and professional public servants who strive to advance treasury management,” stated Alishia Topper, newly elected association president. “As county treasurers we hold a key position of public trust in the financial affairs of local government. I will work to maintain focus on our mission as an Association and provide a forum to promote ethical and professional standards, provide peer support, and build collaborative working relationships with other units of government. I look forward to this work in the coming year with this great Association.”
In addition to electing a new president, WSACT also elected Thurston County Treasurer Jeff Gadman as Vice-President, Mason County Treasurer Lisa Frazier as Secretary and Cowlitz County Treasurer Debra Gardner as Treasurer.
The mission of the Washington State Association of County Treasurers (WSACT) is to provide a forum for all county treasurers to educate, advocate, mentor, and support the creation of effective treasury management systems, which honor the public trust.
Information provided by Clark Co. WA Communications.