Did you know?
1. In 1951, the National Auctioneers Association Auxiliary was formed
2. In 1952, Emma Bailey became the first female member of the NAA
3. Cookie Lockhart is the only woman to be inducted into the NAA Hall of Fame
4. In 1994, Marcy Goldring was awarded the first female International Auctioneer Championship title
5. In 2008, Angie Meier beat all other competitors to win the first International Ringman Championship
6. In 2008, Hannes Combest, CAE, became the NAA’s first female CEO
7. In 2009, the NAA Auxiliary fulfilled its $10,000 “Investing In Our Future” pledge to NAF, two years ahead of schedule
8. Currently, women represent roughly 11 percent of the NAA’s total membership
9. In July 2011, Christie King will become the first woman to serve as the NAA’s President
10. Only three women have served as NAF Trustees, the late Pat Massart, CAI, GPPA, CES; JillMarie Wiles, CAI; and Barbara Bonnette, CAI, AARE, GPPA
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