Pamela M. Vesper, Auditor/Investigator in the Real Estate Commission’s Audits and Investigations Division, has been named “Investigator of the Year” by the Association of Real Estate License Law Officials (ARELLO).
Vesper joined the Commission in 2000 as Associate Legal Counsel in the Legal Services Division and assumed the position of Auditor/Investigator in 2006. She holds certification from the Council on Licensure, Enforcement, and Regulation (CLEAR).
Three current staff members have also received ARELLO’s “Investigator of the Year” award: Chief Auditor/Investigator Michael B. Gray, (2004), Senior Auditor/Investigator, Training Officer Gary R. Caddell, (2000), and Senior Auditor/Investigator Jennifer K. Boger (2006), with Senior Auditor/Investigator William F. Dowd being named runner-up in 2003. Former staff members have also been recognized: Charles S. Carter received the award in 1991 and Robin F. Tanner in 2002; James K.Clinard and Brian G. Thomas were runners-up in 1992 and 1999, respectively.
ARELLO is an international organization comprised of policy makers and regulators dedicated to promoting better administration and enforcement of real estate license and regulatory laws by its members.
This article came from the January 2009-Vol39-3 edition of the bulletin.