November 04, 2021

LAWT News Service


Los Angeles County Assessor Jeff Prang has promoted Jacqueline Irvin to the senior management position of chief appraiser where she will lead the training division, among other duties.

“Jacqueline is invaluable to the Assessor’s Office,” said Assessor Prang. “Her ingenuity, creative passion and work ethic is of the highest caliber.

She will be able to manage and lead our future workforce as well as train and develop the board of supervisors pilot program with the local community colleges that is a pathway to County jobs.”

Ms. Irvin began her career with the Assessor’s Office in 2000 as an Appraiser Trainee. 

Over the past 20 years, she has held numerous positions including appraiser specialist in the Major Real Property Division, field trainer, supervising appraiser overseeing commercial/industrial properties and assessor’s representative at the Assessment Appeals Board.

“I am grateful for the opportunity to serve the people of Los Angeles County,” Irvin said.

“We are developing exiting programs here that will provide a direct link to good-paying jobs in the Assessor’s Office and elsewhere in the County.”

Ms. Irvin also will serve as the department lead for managing the Countywide Equity Action initiatives such as the Women and Girls Initiative (WGI) and the Anti-Racism, Diversity, and Inclusion Initiative (ARDI).

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