2019 Election Voter’s Guide

Learn about our candidates for 2020 leadership positions!

Voting will take place by electronic survey via email. By Monday, May 6, chapter members should have received a link via e-mail to the ballot.  Voting ends Friday, May 17.  If you do not receive your link by May 6, contact the office at aisea@qwestoffice.net.  The links to the ballot are tied to your e-mail address and are one-time use, so do not leave the page before you finish or you’ll have to contact the office for a new link (the ballot should take less than 5 minutes).

President

Stan Sidor, MAI

Stan Sidor, MAI, AI-GRS

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Current and previous jobs & responsibilities: Independent fee appraiser with Kidder Mathews, Inc.   I hold the position and title of Senior Vice President, Manager, and I manage the Tacoma branch office of Valuation Advisory Services for Kidder Mathews which I have done since February 2003.  I am responsible for marketing our appraisal and consulting services to a variety of clients, responding to client bid requests for services, and providing a wide range of appraisal, appraisal consulting, and other real estate-related consulting services.  I also manage associate appraisers, and work in conjunction with our firms’ other MAIs.

Previous professional experience: I have been a fee appraiser since 1992.  Prior to becoming an appraiser, I worked in banking for one of the large national banks for 13 years – 7 years in branch banking, and 6 years in Real Estate Special Credits.  I have also worked for a real estate development firm as its Executive Vice President and Asset Manager.

CHAPTER SERVICE

Current Office(s) Held: Chapter Vice President

Past Office(s) Held (Including Other Chapters): Chapter Treasurer, Government Relations Representative and Co-Chair, both for Seattle Chapter and the South Sound Branch Chapter of the Appraisal Institute. Chapter Secretary; Chair, South Sound Branch Chapter.

Other Service at Chapter Level: Currently serve on the Education and Fall Conference Committees.

REGIONAL/NATIONAL SERVICE

Past Office(s) Held (Appraisal Institute or Predecessor Organizations): Seattle Chapter Regional Representative, 

Other Professional & Civic Service Accomplishments: I served on the Appraiser’s Coalition of Washington (ACOW) Board for about eight years, including nearly three years as its President and one year as Vice President.

In 2009, I was honored to be named as Appraiser of the Year by the Seattle Chapter of the Appraisal Institute!

Brief summary  of qualifications for the elective position: I have served on a number of boards in officer capacities, including Treasurer, Vice President, and President, and for several years I actively worked in various capacities on the board of ACOW for and on behalf of all appraisers in WA State, including Appraisal Institute members.

Over the past several years, I have also developed and presented a variety of Continuing Education courses and seminars for appraisers, which I have presented locally, including at the AI Seattle Fall Conference.

At this time, I would like to continue my attention, energy, time and focus to serving in a chapter leadership capacity with the Seattle Chapter of the Appraisal Institute. Your support – and vote! – would be sincerely appreciated.

Vice President

Todd Henderson, MAI, AI-GRS

Todd Henderson, MAI, AI-GRS

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Current and previous jobs & responsibilities: I currently am a Director at CBRE Valuation and Advisory Services and lead the multifamily team in Washington and Oregon. I supervise four production appraisers and mentor other appraisers in our office, and collaborate with two others in our Portland office. My daily focus is on multifamily products (both institutional and private capital investment grade) in primary, secondary and tertiary markets, but I have experience in valuation of all commercial property types. I also have specialized experience relating to supply and demand analysis and the valuation of Low-Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) properties as well as Housing Assistance Payment (HAP) complexes. I am also responsible for assignment procurement for my team members and provide internal quality control review. I have also helped design report templates for CBRE’s national and local platforms and also serve on CBRE’s multifamily advisory council.

Previous professional experience: Before I became an appraiser I did property inspections for a Fannie Mae DUS lender for loan servicing purposes. My territory covered the Pacific Northwest as well as California, Nevada, Minnesota, Iowa, Nebraska and Michigan. Prior to this line of work, I was a Project Manager/Superintendent for a small general contractor specializing in industrial ventilation systems here in the Puget Sound region. I was responsible for overseeing field construction and subcontractor coordination. I also wrote safety plans and user manuals and trained end-users. Some of my customers included Boeing Commercial Aircraft, Paccar/Kenworth Truck Company, Starbucks, Hexcel Structures, St. Gobain Performance Plastics, and other smaller local companies. I even traveled to the People’s Republic of China to supervise installation of a finishing system in a newly constructed factory and was the lead consultant during product start-up.

While these two professional experiences were not appraisal related, they both were real property related, and I gained insight into being a proficient professional writer as well as understanding construction techniques and physical deficiencies. I also learned how to manage my customers as well as my subcontractors. Looking back, working with city building inspectors and Fannie Mae auditors, taught me to be detail oriented, and helped prepare me in working with various users of appraisal services.

CHAPTER SERVICE

Current Office(s) Held: Treasurer

Past Office(s) Held (Including Other Chapters): Director

Other Service at Chapter Level:

  • Regional Representative 2015 and 2016
  • Fall Conference Chair, 2015 and 2016
  • Fall Conference Co-Chair, 2014, 2017
  • Fall Conference Committee member, 2011 and 2013
  • LDAC Representative, 2012, 2013, 2014
  • Candidate for Designation Advisor, 3 Candidates
  • Education Committee, 2016, 2017, 2018

REGIONAL/NATIONAL SERVICE

Current Office(s) Held: Treasurer

Past Office(s) Held (Appraisal Institute or Predecessor Organizations): Secretary

Other Service at Regional/National Level: Finance Committee Chair

Other Professional & Civic Service Accomplishments: 

  • Our Lady of Fatima School Commission – 2017 to current
  • Seattle Chapter President’s Award – 2015
  • CBRE Management Team of the Year – 2016

I currently serve as a Subject Matter Expert (SME) for the AQB in developing and revising the national Certified General Real Property Appraiser exam, and have done so since 2014. I have also held various volunteer positions at local non-profit organizations, and have served on two other boards in an executive capacity. I am also the facility manager at a neighborhood church and serve as an on-call maintenance person at another church in my neighborhood as well.

Brief summary  of qualifications for the elective position: My parents modeled giving back to the community, and I recall them being involved in many organizations I was involved in as a child. I share this same sentiment, and have done my best to give back of my time to organizations and activities that I support. I have been involved with the Fall Conference for five years both as a moderator and as chair, and represented the Seattle Chapter at LDAC for three years. I have also represented our chapter as a Regional Representative in 2015 and 2016, as a Director in 2017,  as Secretary in 2018 for the Seattle Chapter. I am working with the Education Committee in addition to working with the Fall Conference this year again as well. I would be honored to serve our chapter as a Treasurer and believe that my leadership experience with other non-profit organizations will continue to translate well here to the appraisal industry and our local chapter. Thank you for considering me for this position.

Treasurer

Michael L. Lamb, MAI, SRA, AI-GRS, AI-RRS

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Current and previous jobs & responsibilities: I’m the Senior Appraisal Manager at BECU, overseeing the order, process, and quality control of approximately 500 appraisal orders per month. I work with a great team of professionals and my knowledge of the appraisal profession – in both residential and commercial appraisal – helps to guide my process. My duties also include navigating regulations and ensuring as much risk as possible is mitigated through the appraisal process.

Previous professional experience:  I’ve been a real estate appraiser my entire career, having discovered the appraisal profession while getting my real estate finance degree at Washington State University. After graduation, I began my career as a residential staff appraiser, where I learned about appraising and familiarized myself with the Puget Sound market. Through a merger, I found myself working for Washington Mutual, and when they outsourced their appraisal department in 2006, I transitioned to commercial appraising, initially working in Seattle for Integra Realty Resources, then moving to NYC where I worked with Cushman & Wakefield. After about three years in NYC, the west coast was calling, and I secured a position with Colliers International as a production appraiser. I later moved to HomeStreet Bank, where I became a review appraiser, honing my appraisal skills through the reading of others’ work. I’m now in a management position, where I write appraisal policy, create efficiencies, and advise on appraisal quality. The one thing that hasn’t changed is I continue to learn – every day this industry provides a new perspective or challenge, and every day I come home with a bit more knowledge.

The Great Recession taught me that education – unlike wealth – cannot be taken by an economic cycle, and in 2013 I added the MAI to my existing SRA designation. My AI-GRS and AI-RRS designations soon followed. Recently, I was honored to be chosen by AI National Leadership to be a Discussion Leader at the Leadership, Development and Advisory Council in Washington, DC. Subsequently I was appointed by the Appraisal Institute to the National University Relations Panel.

Through my career path, the Seattle Chapter of the Appraisal Institute has been my guide. My time with the NYC and New Jersey chapters of the Appraisal Institute allowed me to appreciate the level of professionalism that the Seattle Chapter demonstrates – and only later, when I became involved in regional and national leadership, did I learn the Seattle Chapter has a reputation as one of AI’s most respected chapters. Our dedicated membership and professional support allow our chapter to reach this high mark. As a chapter leader, I would strive to continue this service, focusing on continued outreach, service, and education.

My career as a residential and a commercial appraiser allows me to relate to the entire profession. I’ve been a production appraiser – in both the residential and commercial roles – and I’ve been a client on the lender side. This background provides a unique professional prospective, and after nearly 27 years in the industry, I hope to put my experience to work representing the Seattle Chapter.

CHAPTER SERVICE

Current Office(s) Held: Co-Chair 2018 Fall Conference

Past Office(s) Held (Including Other Chapters): Regional Representative; Member Liaison; Candidate Guidance Chair, Seattle Chapter; LDAC participant

Other Service at Chapter Level: Presenter at CE Luncheon for subdivision analysis; Panelist at Fall Conference Session for Appraisal Review

REGIONAL/NATIONAL SERVICE

Current Office(s) Held: Regional Candidate Guidance Chair; National University Relations Panel

Past Office(s) Held (Appraisal Institute or Predecessor Organizations): Regional Nominating Committee

Other Service at Regional/National Level: 2018 Discussion Leader for LDAC

Other Professional & Civic Service Accomplishments: Site Selection and Acquisition Committee for Seattle Girls’ School, identifying and attaining a premier in-city 1.25 acre development site (not on the open market and in the current market cycle) and selecting an architect to design a school capable of enrollment of 225 junior high aged girls; peer award as a 2018 BECU Member Hero.

Brief summary  of qualifications for the elective position: I’m a small-town kid who moved to Seattle as a young adult with few resources and fewer handouts. I’ve spent my life leveraging challenge into opportunity and I’ve established myself in a great profession within a beautiful city. Every day I continue to build on the teachings of the previous day, and my path in both residential and commercial appraisal, as well as roles in production, review and management, makes me uniquely qualified to relate to the entire appraiser community.

Two candidates. Vote for one.

Brant Sheaffer, MAI

Brant A. Sheaffer, MAI

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Current and previous jobs & responsibilities: I currently am the Vice President, Regional Manager at Property Sciences. I am responsible for managing the Seattle office and covering the states of Washington, Oregon and Idaho as well. My responsibilities include recruiting and training junior staff, business development, performing appraisals and reviewing work of other staff.

Previous professional experience:  My previous experience includes Senior Valuation Specialist at Colliers International where I worked as a Senior Appraiser on a four person team that focused on multifamily appraisal. I also performed appraisals on specialty properties including gas stations, hotels, RV parks and Manufactured home parks. Prior to Colliers International I worked as a Senior Appraiser at CBRE in the area of Portland, Oregon and later Seattle, Washington office. I was part of the national retail valuation group as well as the senior housing specialty practice group.

CHAPTER SERVICE

Current Office(s) Held: Board of Directors

Past Office(s) Held (Including Other Chapters): None

Other Service at Chapter Level: Served on education committee since joining chapter in 2006. Served as chair of education committee. Previously served on newsletter committee (chairperson) for two years (2011-2012)

REGIONAL/NATIONAL SERVICE

Current Office(s) Held: Alternate Regional Representative

Past Office(s) Held (Appraisal Institute or Predecessor Organizations): None

Other Service at Regional/National Level: None

Other Professional & Civic Service Accomplishments: None

Brief summary of qualifications for the elective position: Since joining the Seattle Chapter in 2010 I have been serving on the education committee and previously served as chair of the committee. I also was the chair of the newsletter committee for two years and previously served on the Fall Conference Committee organizing the multifamily discussion panel. Most recently I have served as an alternate regional representative and have served on the board of directors. This profession has provided me with a lot of opportunities, and being involved with our chapter has been very helpful to my career. With this in mind, I feel it is important to give back and to do what I can to help some of our younger member’s progress in this profession and work towards their designations.

David Hunnicutt, MAI, AI-GRS

David Hunnicutt, MAI, AI-GRS

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Current and previous jobs & responsibilities:1) Describe your current job & responsibilities. I am Principal of my own appraisal firm that was founded in 1991, and with two fairly short ventures into the corporate appraisal world, I have operated it continuously. I manage all aspects of the firm with my employee base that varies in size.

Previous professional experience:2) Describe previous professional experience, especially as it relates to appraising.
I have been actively engaged in real estate appraisal since 1977 and during that time I have gained experience in a wide range of appraisal disciplines and areas of expertise.

CHAPTER SERVICE

Current Office(s) Held: None

Past Office(s) Held (Including Other Chapters): Regional Representative and Director of the Seattle Chapter

Other Service at Chapter Level: I served three years with LDAC, Regional Ethics and Counseling, Education committee, Three years as Fall Conference Co-chair, ACOW Board, assisted in writing the original RCW 18.140 (appraiser licensing bill). Twice recipient of service awards to Chapter (1989 and 2013) including President’s award.

REGIONAL/NATIONAL SERVICE

Current Office(s) Held: None

Past Office(s) Held (Appraisal Institute or Predecessor Organizations): Regional Representative (2008-2009).

Other Service at Regional/National Level: I am an approved AI course and seminar instructor and have developed several “home-grown” CE seminars for the Seattle Chapter that have been used elsewhere. Also presented at Pan-Pacific Valuers Conference (2008) in Seoul, SK and National AI conference in 2018 (Nashville).
Other Professional & Civic Service Accomplishments: I have a law degree from Seattle University and am currently an active member of the Washington State Bar Association, member of Society of Golf Appraisers. Member of King County Bar Association Dispute Resolution section and Real Property, Probate and Trust section.

Brief summary of qualifications for the elective position: I would like to continue my record of service to the Seattle Chapter since I believe that my professional
designations through the Appraisal Institute are the cornerstone of my business and professional success
and my ability to sustain a continuing business model.
I do not seek to utilize my involvement as a Chapter officer to enhance my firm’s exposure in the
professional community, but rather to truly seek to serve the Seattle Chapter by offering my background
and experience gained through years of active involvement and overall experience and knowledge to
benefit our Chapter.

Three candidates. Vote for two.

Jessica Stokesberry, SRA

Jessica Stokesberry, SRA

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Current and previous jobs & responsibilities: WSDOT Appraisal Program Manager –responsible for policies and procedures and comply with law and regulations relating to valuation in conjunction with acquisition, leasing, and disposal of properties for DOT and local agencies. Oversight of the appraisal work done by WSDOT’s Region Offices. Bill analysis for legislation that affects appraisal. Creation and implementation of training relating to appraisal. Maintain WSDOT’s Approved Appraiser List including applicable testing and experience requirements. Provide technical expertise to the Region Offices in regard to appraisal theory and WSDOT philosophy around methodologies and best practices.

Previous professional experience: I have been previously employed by Pierce County as an acquisition agent where I contracted with appraisers to complete appraisals and reviews under threat of eminent domain. Prior to that I was a fee appraiser with Valbridge Property Advisors; Strickland, Heischman, & Hoss; and Wicklander Appraisal. I began my career in appraising as a residential appraiser doing work primarily for leaders. I then transitioned my state certification to general and did work for lenders and public agencies on a variety of commercial properties. In my work at Valbridge I did mostly work for public agencies and non-profits/conservation agencies. I have been an appraiser for 17 years.

CHAPTER SERVICE

Current Office(s) Held: None

Past Office(s) Held (Including Other Chapters): None

Other Service at Chapter Level: None

REGIONAL/NATIONAL SERVICE

Current Office(s) Held: None

Past Office(s) Held (Appraisal Institute or Predecessor Organizations): None

Other Service at Regional/National Level: None

Other Professional & Civic Service Accomplishments: Past President for Junior League of Tacoma with additional extensive Board of Directors and other leadership experience for the non-profit. Two-time Volunteer of the Year for Junior League of Tacoma. Volunteer with the Greater Tacoma Community Foundation – 5 years on the Grants Awards Committee. Past volunteer with Communities in Schools Lakewood.

Brief summary of qualifications for the elective position: I have been an appraiser since the early 2000s with experience ranging from residential fee work for lenders to complex inverse condemnation appraisals, from valuation of standard industrial and retail developments to conservation lands and water rights. I have worked with other valuation professionals across many specialties and understand issues facing appraisers from a wide perspective. In my current position as WSDOT’s Appraisal Program Manager/Chief Appraiser, I interface with appraisers across the state and get to hear from folks on a variety of issues. I am approachable and would love the opportunity to represent our Chapter on a Regional basis.

 

Tim Graham, SRA

Tim Graham, SRA

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Current and previous jobs & responsibilities: Owner and chief appraiser at United Valuations, a real estate appraisal and consulting firm in Federal Way.

Previous professional experience:I have been appraising for 15 years; primarily in the residential arena, but also hold my general certification.

CHAPTER SERVICE

Current Office(s) Held: None

Past Office(s) Held (Including Other Chapters): South Sound Branch

Other Service at Chapter Level: None

REGIONAL/NATIONAL SERVICE

Current Office(s) Held: None

Past Office(s) Held (Appraisal Institute or Predecessor Organizations): None

Other Service at Regional/National Level: None

Other Professional & Civic Service Accomplishments: I served 6 years in the United State Air Force as a Captain. I have a Masters Degree in Business Administration. Still happily married after 21 years.

Brief summary of qualifications for the elective position: I have been a member of the Appraisal Institute for over 10 years and have been appraising for over 15 years. I have experience in both residential and commercial appraising and can speak or learn the many issues associated with both sides of this coin. I look forward to representing our chapter on a regional basis and communicate the opportunities, challenges and issues of our industry.

Susan Long, SRA

Susan E. Long, SRA; and Candidate for AI-RRS

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Current and previous jobs & responsibilities: I am currently a residential review appraiser for a regional bank based in Seattle. Responsibilities include engagement and review of residential appraisal valuations.

Previous professional experience: Prior to my current position, I was an independent residential appraiser in Santa Fe, NM from 1999 to 2010.

CHAPTER SERVICE

Current Office(s) Held: None

Past Office(s) Held (Including Other Chapters): No past or current offices held.

Other Service at Chapter Level: I have been a member of the Education Committee – Seattle Chapter since 2017.

REGIONAL/NATIONAL SERVICE

Current Office(s) Held: None

Past Office(s) Held (Appraisal Institute or Predecessor Organizations): None

Other Service at Regional/National Level: None

Other Professional & Civic Service Accomplishments: I have just recently obtained my SRA designation and am now working to complete the requirements for the AI-RRS designation.

Brief summary of qualifications for the elective position: I have an extensive background as a Residential Real Estate Appraiser. As the owner and manager of my own appraisal business for over ten years, I built an active list of clients, maintained continuing education credits and managed a database of over 75 clients.
In my current role, I work as a Review Appraiser and am responsible for engagement and review of the appraisal valuation function of existing and proposed single-family residential, small income (1-4 unit) properties. 

The following attributes make me a good candidate to hold elective office in the Seattle Chapter of the Appraisal Institute:
• Conscientious and detail oriented • Ability to manage multiple client database • Skills to cut across boundaries and work with multiple departments across all job functions • A team player and a supportive co-worker

Three candidates. Vote for two.

Matt Bacon, MAI

Matt Bacon, MAI

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Current and previous jobs & responsibilities: I hold the position of Managing Director at Integra Realty Resources – Seattle. I am responsible for performing appraisal and consulting assignments throughout Washington State, on a wide range of commercial property types for financial institutions, corporations, estates, government agencies, and the legal profession. In addition, I am responsible for responding to client requests for valuation services and overseeing the progress of trainees, including appraisal review.

Previous professional experience:  Prior to joining the appraisal profession in 2002, I worked for a geotechnical engineering and consulting firm in Bellevue, where I monitored the earthwork development of mixed-use, industrial, and residential subdivisions properties, logged and analyzed soil core samples, performed percolation tests, and monitored the installation of shoring walls for below-grade construction.

CHAPTER SERVICE

Current Office(s) Held: Director (2017-2019)

Past Office(s) Held (Including Other Chapters): General Member Liaison 2008-2009 (now called Candidate Committee Co-Chair – General)

Other Service at Chapter Level: Finance Committee Member 2013-2015; Nominating Committee Member 2014; Special Event Chair 2010-2011; Hospitality Co-Chair 2007; Public Relations Committee – 2007

REGIONAL/NATIONAL SERVICE

Current Office(s) Held: None

Past Office(s) Held (Appraisal Institute or Predecessor Organizations): Regional Representative for Seattle Chapter – 2012-2013

 Other Service at Regional/National Level: Candidate Advisor to four Candidates for Designation

Other Professional & Civic Service Accomplishment: Awarded 2008 Associate of the Year by the Seattle Chapter.

Brief summary of qualifications for the elective position:  I have served the Seattle Chapter for several years in multiple capacities, most recently as a Board Director (2017-2019). I have served as a Finance Committee member (2013-2015) as well as a Regional Representative for the Seattle Chapter. Over the past couple of years as a Board Director, I have gained valuable experience on how the Chapter functions, and an understanding of the issues the Chapter faces within the Appraisal Institute. I believe that I am well qualified to continue to handle the duties of Director for the Seattle Chapter Board. Thank you for your consideration.

Mari Sorenson, MAI

Mari Sorenson, MAI

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Current and previous jobs & responsibilities: Experienced commercial real estate appraiser and consultant specializing in complex properties and situations. Directly involved in all aspects of appraisal process, in addition to new-hire recruitment and training, job bidding and staffing, and other administrative and management tasks for the firm.

Previous professional experience: Previously worked as an intern/analyst for a local commercial developer.

CHAPTER SERVICE

Current Office(s) Held: Programs Committee Co-Chair

Past Office(s) Held (Including Other Chapters): None

Other Service at Chapter Level: Hospitality Co-Chair

REGIONAL/NATIONAL SERVICE

Current Office(s) Held: None

Past Office(s) Held (Appraisal Institute or Predecessor Organizations): None

Other Service at Regional/National Level: LDAC participant

Other Professional & Civic Service Accomplishments: Qualified expert witness (King County), past member of CREW, volunteer with Youth Eastside Services and Downtown Emergency Service Center

Brief summary of qualifications for the elective position:  I am excited by the opportunity to be involved with the local chapter. I am organized, reliable, and team-oriented, and hope to be able to contribute to the larger community of appraisers outside of my own personal network.

Rob Bodkin, SRA

Robert Bodkin, SRA

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Current and previous jobs & responsibilities: I own a small residential firm in Mukilteo that I started in 2016. There are four of us here, two appraisers and two support staff. We appraise all types of residential property. I am on the VA panel with Island County as my primary market area. I’ve appraised a number of properties, homes and condominiums, in King County over 10 million dollars.

I have been appraising in this area since I started working with my father in 1993. I have had two stretches of work as a staff field appraiser, most recently for US Bank from 2007 to 2016.

I served in the US Navy as an aircrewman in minesweeping helicopters out of high school from 1986 to 1990.

Previous professional experience: I was origianlly a licensed appraiser from 1996 to 2006. I did not attend college and upgraded to Certified when the requirements started to tighten up to do so. I was awarded the SRA designation in 2015.

CHAPTER SERVICE

Current Office(s) Held: Education chair and Regional Representative

Past Office(s) Held (Including Other Chapters): None

Other Service at Chapter Level: I worked hospitality for a number of years at the chapter meetings and have helped on the Fall Conference for three or four years lining up speakers on the residential side of the house.

REGIONAL/NATIONAL SERVICE

Current Office(s) Held: None

Past Office(s) Held (Appraisal Institute or Predecessor Organizations): None

Other Service at Regional/National Level: Regional Representative

Other Professional & Civic Service Accomplishments:

Brief summary of qualifications for the elective position: Aligning with the Appraisal Institute, and specifically with our chapter has been on of , if not the greatest blessing to my business and professional development. The generosity of knowledge and time from members in our chapter has been career changing for me. I have always felt that the benefits of membership come with an obligation of service in the chapter and serving as a Director would be the next opportunity that I have the bandwidth to take on and give it its full attention. If elected I will reward your confidence in me with the hard work required of the position. Thank you.