American Society of Appraisers Announces Retirement of EVP Jane S. Grimm

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After over four years with the American Society of Appraisers, Executive Vice President Jane Grimm will be retiring in November 2011.

Her dedication to ASA is unmatched. During her tenure she has transformed and professionalized the operations of ASA Headquarters

The American Society of Appraisers (ASA) recently announced that Executive Vice President Jane S. Grimm will retire effective November 15, 2011.

Grimm joined ASA in February 2007 as Director of Education, and was promoted to Executive Vice President in October 2009. “Her dedication to ASA is unmatched. During her tenure she has transformed and professionalized the operations of ASA Headquarters and hired talented and dedicated staff members. Her knowledge, expertise and dedication will be difficult to replace,” said ASA International President, Jack Washbourn.

Grimm will leave ASA to fulfill her dream of retiring to her favorite place, the beaches of North Carolina. “My employment at ASA has been a wonderful experience. I will miss working with a terrific, dedicated staff and a membership that is focused on the future of ASA and the profession,” said Grimm.

A search committee of ASA members has been created, consisting of Sandra Tropper, ASA, Donna Walker, FASA, and Erin Hollis, ASA, who will oversee the initial process of identifying qualified candidates. Grimm is also serving as a member of the search committee. The final selection of Executive Vice President will be made by ASA’s Executive Committee.

“I am leaving ASA feeling confident that the ASA staff and members will continue to work together with enthusiasm and energy to ensure that ASA will be a leading professional society for many years to come,” said Grimm.

ASA wishes Grimm all the best in her retirement and is grateful for her dedicated service to the association.

About the American Society of Appraisers
The American Society of Appraisers is an international organization of appraisal professionals and others dedicated to the education, development and growth of the appraisal profession. More than 2,000 of its 5,000 members are business valuation appraisers. ASA is the oldest and only major organization representing all disciplines of appraisal specialists, originating in 1936 and incorporating in 1952. ASA’s is headquartered in the metropolitan Washington, DC area. To find an accredited appraiser near you, visit http://www.appraisers.org or call (800) 272-8258.

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