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Board of Real Property Assessments and Appeals for the District of Columbia Terrence Boykin Confirmation Resolution of 2001
PR 14-452

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Chairman Linda W. Cropp at the request of the Mayor


To confirm the appointment of Mr. Terrence Boykin to the Board of Real Property Assessments and Appeals for the District of Columbia.

RESOLVED, BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this resolution may be cited as the "Board of Real Property Assessments and Appeals for the District of Columbia Terrence Boykin Confirmation Resolution of 2001 ".

Sec. 2. The Council of the District of Columbia confirms the appointment of:

Mr. Terrence Boykin
1328 Randolph Street, N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20011
(Ward 4)

as a member of the Board of Real Property Assessments and Appeals for the District of Columbia, established by D.C. Official Code § 47-825.01, replacing Richard Coward, whose term ended July 31, 2000, for a term to end July 31, 2005.

Sec. 3. The Secretary to the Council of the District of Columbia shall transmit a copy of this resolution, upon its adoption, each to the nominee and to the Office of the Mayor.

Sec. 4. This resolution shall take effect immediately.

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0BJECTIVE: To obtain a professional and challenging experience in a position that will enable me to use my gained education as well as my interpersonal capabilities in the finance area while continuing to educate myself with relevant theories and practices.


3/1995 - Present, Remax 2000, Rockville/MD, REALTOR

Over 10 million in real estate sales, and 5 years of experience. Supervise nationwide acquisition, maintenance, and disposal of REO properties and pre-foreclosure sales for several banks and mortgage companies. Actively involved in sales of residential and commercial properties. Successful liaison, problem solver and negotiator, for property owners, clients, purchasers, investors, closing agents, attorneys,, and subcontractors. Organize property auctions, and information seminars.

12/1996 - 1/1999, First Professional Mortgage, Washington/DC, Senior Loan Officer

Originate government and conventional residential mortgages. Participate in the processing and dosing of all mortgage applications; attend settlements; investigate and resolve post-closing problems. Track market trends and continually develop networking capabilities. Obtain referrals.

7/1994 - 12/1996, Cititrust Savings Corporation, Gaithersburg/MD, Account Executive/Loan Officer

Solicited real estate offices and builders to obtain referrals of homebuyers for a direct lender. Originated government and conventional residential mortgages. Ordered and reviewed all credit bureau reports. Analyze debt ration, and discretionary income. Participated in the processing and the closing of all mortgage applications. Attended settlements; Investigated and resolved post-closing problems. Maintained vendor contact, dealing directly with investors.

6/1990 - 6/1994, National Trust For Historic Preservation, Washington/DC, Accounts Payable Coordinator

Maintained and coordinated the payment of invoices of various departments of the National Trust. Trained and supervised a support staff of three. Responded to inquiries concerning outstanding balances and discrepancies. Monitored open payables listing to insure that payments are made on a timely basis. Conducted weekly generation of computerized checks for comptroller's approval. Reconciled sub-ledgers to the G/L monthly, and assisted in the preparation of monthly reports. Prepared monthly reconciliation's of 13 bank accounts. Responsible of preparing all payables schedules needed for the year-end audit. Prepared a schedule of grants issued. Prepared and issued all 1099 Information to vendors.

9/1988 - 6/1990, Cox & Associates, PC, Washington/DC, Assistant Accountant
Reviewed and processed cash receipts and disbursements for various non-profit co-op's. Verified and reconciled the balance sheet accounts variances to the general ledger utilizing spreadsheets. Posted ail balance to A/R. Generated monthly revenue reports. Responded to all vendor inquiries.
11/1984 - 8/1988, United States Army, USA, Petroleum Supply Specialist

Verified monthly inventory of petroleum products. Trained and supervised a staff of five. Implemented and maintained a basic bookkeeping system consisting of journals and ledgers. Verified procurement regulations before being submitted for approval. Coded invoices for input and distribution through the general ledger. Maintained vendor files of Invoices as permanent record of expenditures.


5/2002, University of the District of Columbia, US-DC-Washington, Master's Degree

Masters of Business Administration with a concentration in Finance

5/2000, University of the District of Columbia, US-DC-Washington, Bachelor's Degree

Bachelors of Science with concentration in Finance

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