“The reason I serve on the GVC Board is the benefits that the Council provides to Homeowners Associations in Green Valley. GVC is the voice for Green Valley citizens on matters affecting all of us, and speaking as “one,” the HOAs, property owners, and investors have greater influence when communicating with all levels of governmental officials and agencies.“
Before he retired, he worked for 37 years in executive management positions in private and public offices in Greensboro North Carolina, in utilities and HOA general management in Buck Hill and Pocono, Pennsylvania and for African and Middle East business in Cairo, Egypt. He graduated with a B.S. Degree in Civil Engineering at Virginia Tech, and a Master’s Degree in Public Affairs at UNC- Greensboro. He is also a Graduate of the UNC, Chapel Hill, Executive Program and a Registered Professional Engineer (retired, NC). Over the course of his career he served on many community boards in the areas of health, business, preservation, youth services, and civic organizations.
We welcomed Thao Tiedt as our new GVC President from her previous Vice Presidency status.
“To me, the Green Valley Council is a unique and vital part of what makes Green Valley so livable. The Council provides all of us in the community with a powerful voice we would not otherwise have. I serve on the Executive Committee to try to insure that the Council continues to evolve as the needs of the community change.”
Thao grew up near Minneapolis, MN. In 1963, she married a Danish born chef with whom she had two daughters. She was a mom and freelance writer. When the youngest daughter started first grade, she began studying part time for for bachelor’s degree. She went on from there to get her law degree from the University of Washington law school the same week that her older daughter graduated from high school. She practiced employment law on the management side with Ryan, Swanson & Cleveland for 31 years.
As her first Presidential duty, Thao presented Paul Williams with a plaque of appreciation for his countless hours of effort working with GVC and the Santa Cruz Valley Regional Hospital.