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UTA Board Elects New Officers for 2023

Cathe Cole-Sherburn

UTA’s Board of Directors has voted in the Association’s Officers for 2023. Randy Newman, Cathe Cole-Sherburn, Ed Treder and Steve Hicklin all completed term limits for their positions as President, Vice President, Chief Financial Officer and Secretary, respectively.

Cathe Cole-Sherburn of Trustee Corps, based in Irvine, California will serve as the Association’s President.  The President is the Chief Executive Officer of the Association, and subject to the control of the Board, oversees the general supervision, direction and control of the affairs of the corporation.

Steve Hicklin, Esq. of The Hicklin Firm, based in Tustin, California will serve as the Association’s Vice President.  The Vice President performs duties as assigned by the President and performs and exercises the powers of the President in the absence of the President.

Glenn Wechsler, Esq., of the Law Offices of Glenn H. Wechsler, based in Alamo, California, will serve as the Association’s Chief Financial Officer. The CFO is responsible for safeguarding all funds received by the Association, and for their proper disbursement.

Kayo Manson-Tompkins of The Wolf Firm, based in Santa Ana, California will serve as the Association’s Secretary.  The Secretary ensures that the Association is operating in compliance with the Bylaws.

Randy Newman, Esq., of Total Lender Solutions, based in San Diego, CA rounds out the Executive Committee, serving as Immediate Past President.

“It has been a challenging, yet productive two years, and I’m honored to have been served a second stint as UTA President,” said Randy Newman. “Membership, revenue, and conference attendance, which have all decreased steadily since 2010, saw increases this year from previous year for the first time in over a decade. And we averted a catastrophe in 2023 from the California legislature that would have ended our industry as we know it. With no legislative threats on the horizon in any western state in ’23, the immediate future looks good. While every year brings its own challenges, we have a very strong slate of incoming officers who are passionate advocates for our industry in general, and this organization in particular.”

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