State Association of County Treasurers elects Alishia Topper as president

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.    

Clark County Treasurer Alishia Topper
Clark County Treasurer Alishia Topper

“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.

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1 month ago

If county treasurers are really “elected” rather than appointed officials, it is quite unseemly of them to associate with a labor union to represent their own personal employment interests with the various counties.

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