Cathe Cole-Sherburn is the worthy recipient of the 2020 Phil Adleson Education & Advocacy Award. The award is presented annually to a member who both educates and advocates on behalf of UTA and its membership.
The stringent criteria for the award includes being a ‘master teacher’, who has presented and educated members in a clear and informative manner with excellently researched and prepared materials; advocated before public officials on behalf of the association; and drafted legislation on behalf of the association.
In presenting the award, UTA President David Dutcher said that Cole-Sherburn said “she has kept UTA members informed of important updates, such as new sale locations, and best practices by leading UTA ‘town-hall’ discussions on several matters, including the Nevada Foreclosure Mediation Program and the issuing of certificates on NODs recorded during the gap period.”
“Cathe provided language on a bill that passed this year and was signed into law just last week to address City publication of notice of sale and non-mandatory status filed without the 2925L deed,” said Dutcher. “She worked with newspaper publishers to ensure that there was no opposition to the Trustee position on the bill.”
“Thank you so much,” said Cole-Sherburn. “I’m deeply humbled as Phil was a great man, so devoted to our industry. I will continue to do my best to assist with legislation while educating those that do not understand what we do, and represent the UTA in any way I can.”