Do you know someone that stands out in the field of assessment administration? Now is your opportunity to nominate your colleagues in recognition of their contributions and accomplishments.
The Michigan Assessors Association recognizes persons, groups or agencies each year for outstanding contributions they have made to the assessment profession.
This award to be presented to the MAA member who has, over a period of years made a significant contribution to the association through participation, activities, and has made an outstanding contribution to the realization of the goals of MAA.
This is to be presented to the author of articles adjudged to contribute the most toward the improvement of assessment administration.
This award is presented to the person who has contributed the most in the field of education as related to assessment administration.
This award is presented to the MAA subscribing member whose contribution during the past year(s) has been so worthwhile as to demand recognition. This individual's contributions may have been in the area of writing or speaking on equalization, assessment administration or general taxation. The individuals may have also distinguished themselves by contributing to the goals of the organization through the contribution of time, effort, talent, and resources to furthering the goals and objectives of MAA. The recipient shall be the outstanding MAA subscribing member who exemplifies selfless service to the field of assessment administration.
This award is given to a person or group (who is not an assessment administrator) or a public agency(which is not an assessment or revenue organization),that has made an outstanding contribution to the improvement of property tax administration and the realization of the goals of the MAA.
This award is conferred on a state, county, or local assessment agency that has instituted a technical, procedural, or administrative program which is, for the affected jurisdiction, an improvement over prior programs, and which is generally recognized as a component of model assessment system and a contributing factor to equity in property taxation.
Open only to government assessment/revenue agencies, which have instituted a program as described in the two years prior to nomination, the results of which have proved to be successful.
This award is presented by the MAA President to an individual or individuals that have made outstanding contributions to the association in the past year.
Author: MAA Webmaster/Monday, September 11, 2023/Categories: Awards
Tony has played an active role in MAA's Education over the last decade. He teaches every level of the STC Certification Programs, is an MAA instructor and has presented for IAAO. This past year, Tony presented in Boston for IAAO and in Oregon for the Oregon State Association of County Assessors. Tony creates and presents material in a way that is relatable and thought provoking.
Outside of the classroom, Tony Meyaard has been one of the most influential mentors, for many people in our profession. He continues to be invested in the future of our profession, asking questions regarding changes, and proposing solutions before they become an issue. His ability to think beyond the present has paved the way for many of us. Tony’s contribution to education extends beyond the classroom because it is experienced daily through his mentorship with so many of us. Through his questions and his prominent voice about his experiences, we have all been able to learn.
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