Three Special Women heading Three Critical County offices to speak at our April Luncheon
Tina Vernon is our Nevada County Treasurer & Tax Collector. She has over 17 years of experience in county government finances and holds a Master’s Degree in Business Administration. Tina is responsible for safeguarding over $270M in County funds and collecting over $232M in various property taxes annually.
In addition to serving this community, she is on many government committees such as the California Municipal Finance Officers Association, and the California Association of County Treasurers & Tax Collectors.
She lives in Nevada County with her husband Kent and has three grown children. She enjoys hiking in the great outdoors.
Sue Horne is our Nevada County Assessor. She has lived in Nevada County since 1980 and has over two decades of experience in the public sector. Sue was elected as our County Assessor in June 2010. She is a Board of Equalization Certified Advanced Property Tax Appraiser.
Sue is dedicated to ensuring that Nevada County tax payers receive a fair, equitable and timely assessment of their taxable property according to California’s property tax laws. Sue leads a staff of 23 employees and is responsible for the administration and annual valuation of the County’s multi-billion dollar assessment roll ($18.5 billion for 17/18 FY).
She lives with her husband Bruce in Alta Sierra, have three grown children and four grandchildren.
Marcia Salter is our Nevada County Auditor- Controller. She was originally appointed by the Board of Supervisors in 2005 and then elected in 2006, 2010, and 2014. She has over 34 years of accounting and management experience, including 24+ years with the Nevada County Auditor-Controller’s office
She is the past President and a current member serving on the Accounting Standards & Procedures and Legislative Committees, She is on many government boards. She is a member of Grass Valley Rotary Club and serves on the Salvation Army Local Community Advisory Board.
She has lived in Nevada County since 1986 with her husband, Tim. She enjoys many outdoor activities with her four grandchildren.
All three of these women are running unopposed. There is a very good reason for this. They are great at their jobs. Let’s make sure we all attend this luncheon as a testament to these women who keep our taxes, our homes and our county investments safe from possible fraud and corruption. After everyone has spoken, we will have questions from the audience. Let’s make sure they feel welcome by having all of our members attend this exciting event.
Social 11:30 - Luncheon begins at Noon