|Lisa Stephens-Musick, RPA||Chief Appraiser||5717|
|Denton Keltner, RPA||Deputy Chief Appraiser||5707|
|Monty Toliver, RPA, RES||Director of Appraisal||5701|
|Paul Bata||Manager Geographic & Information Systems||5716|
|Eric Beesinger, RPA||Commercial Appraiser||5708|
|Rebecca Dugan||Residential Appraiser||5711|
|Clay Cowan, RPA||Commercial Appraiser||5704|
|Leslie Dunn, RPA||Commercial Appraiser||5703|
|Westly Garcia, RPA||Residential Appraiser||5709|
|Brian Peterson, RPA||Senior Commercial Appraiser||5705|
|Steve Raines, RPA, RES||Senior Residential Appraiser||5722|
|Tia Segler, RPA||Residential Appraiser||5702|
|Rebeca Castillo||Support Technician||5714|
|Becky Crowe||Support Technician||5706|
|Larissa McShan||Support Technician||5712|
|Kelly Morris||Senior Support Technician||5710|
|Mistie Moxley||Support Technician||5715|
|Terri Segovia||Taxpayer Liaison Officer||5718|
A person who engages in appraisal of property for ad valorem tax purposes for an appraisal district must be registered with the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulations and successfully complete the following courses within 5 years:
- Within Year 1 – 32 hours in the basics Texas property tax system, and 8 hours in professional ethics.
- Within Year 3 – 18 hours in the income approach to value, 18 hours in the theory and practice of personal property appraisal, 15 hours in Uniform Standard of Professional Appraisal Practices (USPAP), 24 hours in the theory and practice of appraisal of real property, and Pass the Class III examination.
- Within Year 5 – 18 hours of analyzing real property appraisal, 16 hours in Property Tax Law, 18 hours in mass appraisal, 7 hours in USPAP, and Pass the Class IV examination.
Upon completion of the above a Registered Professional Appraisal (RPA), a registrant must complete 30 hours of approved continuing education every 2 years which includes:
- 2 hours in professional ethics, a state laws and rules update course, and 3.5 hours in USPAP.