Jackie Raley honored with East Tennessee Chief Deputy Assessorof the Year for 2023 Award

Jackie Raley, Knox County Chief Deputy Assessor of Property, was
awarded the East Tennessee Chief Deputy Assessor of the Year for
2023 Award before the Tennessee Association of Assessing Officers.
The award was presented on behalf of the Tennessee Association of
Assessing Officers by the President, Judy Smith, and the Executive
Director, Will Denami.

“The Tennessee Association of Assessing Officers proudly recognizes
Jackie Raley for exemplifying the highest standards of
professionalism and dedication in service to the citizens of Knox
County and name her as the East Tennessee Chief Deputy Assessor of
the Year for 2023,” said President Judy Smith.

Also speaking during the award ceremony was Executive Director
Will Denami who said “Once again Jackie Raley has earned the praise
of her collogues for her professionalism and hard work on behalf the
citizens of Knox County and is being recognized with the East
Tennessee Chief Deputy Assessor of the Year for 2023 Award. Having
twice earned the statewide Chief Deputy award in 2019 and 2022,
Jackie does not rest on her laurels and she continues to set an example
for everyone to follow when it comes to her dedication and tireless
effort.

“I truly appreciate this award and it is an honor to be able to work on
behalf of the people of Knox County. I love the team we have in the
Knox County Assessor’s office and our team loves serving the people
of Knox County. The Assessor’s office has an important mandate to
make sure everyone is treated fairly and we take the responsibility
very seriously and work very hard everyday to provide high quality
service to our citizens,” said Jackie Raley, Knox County Chief Deputy
Assessor of Property.

The Tennessee Association of Assessing Officers (TNAAO) is a
professional organization composed of the elected officials serving as
Assessors of Property in Tennessee. The TNAAO’s purpose is to work
on behalf of the people of Tennessee to ensure fairness and uniformity
in statutes and procedures regarding the assessment of property, as
well as, to promote excellence through best practices and
professionalism amongst those charged with this vital task