Allen County Assessor Stacey O’Day elected to state leadership post

Stacey O'Day

Allen County Assessor Stacey O’Day has been elected first vice president of the Association of Indiana Counties (AIC) Board of Directors. She began her term Nov. 1.

O’Day has served more than a decade as Allen County assessor and also served for several years in various leadership positions for the Indiana County Assessors’ Association, having helped to craft legislative policies and advocate for best practices in each of these positions.

The Association of Indiana Counties is a nonprofit organization established in 1957 for the betterment of county government. The various functions of the AIC include lobbying the Indiana General Assembly on behalf of counties, serving as liaison among counties, state and federal agencies as well as providing technical assistance and training to county officials and employees.

“It is my privilege to serve in such an important leadership position,” O’Day said in a statement. “The AIC mission is to assist county officials to better serve taxpayers. I look forward to using what I’ve learned in my assessing career to advocate for policies that help county officials to do just that and more.”

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