By: Value News | Category: Special Interest | Issue: December 2022
Kayla Steward, Nathan Fox, Jennifer Biddle, Steven McGinnis, Dusty Love, Audrey Isabelle, Assessor John A. Wright. Also accredited but not pictured: Daniel Brown. Photo courtesy of Tulsa County Assessor’s Office.
Seven employees from the Tulsa County Assessor’s Office were recognized as having successfully completed the requirements for Deputy Certification. This certification is awarded annually by the Oklahoma State University County Training Program. The program includes courses in management, purchasing, effective work skills, open records and meetings. This accreditation enhances the overall expertise of the Tulsa County Assessor’s Office and contributes to personal professional development.
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