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The League of Women Voters’ monthly Lunch with a Leader, an event open to the community, will be from 11:40 a.m. to 12:45 p.m. Feb. 18 at Mesa Public Library. The speakers will be JoAnn Johnson, elected county assessor, and Joaquin Valdez, chief deputy assessor.
Johnson has lived in Los Alamos for 50 years. Although she was a stay at home mom until her children graduated from high school, she completed her AA degree in accounting from Northern New Mexico College and worked at the Los Alamos National Laboratory for 15 years with the responsibility for the budget of a facilities engineering group. Since she retired in 1990, she volunteered for five years on Parks and Recreation, and this is her sixth year on the LARSO board of directors. She has served two elected terms as county assessor.
Valdez is a native New Mexican. He attended Santa Fe Community College and Northern New Mexico College. He also took numerous courses at University of New Mexico, New Mexico Tech and Western New Mexico University dealing in fundamentals of appraisal, commercial and residential modeling, property valuation and assessment, and tax policy.
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