Issue 106 - December 2020
Administrative Programs Manager Tammie Haller Retires
After 18 years of service, Administrative Programs Manager Tammie Haller announced her retirement in December.
“It has been a privilege to work at an organization that puts its people first,” said Haller. “From the Executive Committee to Chief Executive Officer Jon Shull, the Authority supports the growth and well-being of its employees—both in the workplace and at home. I am grateful to have worked with dedicated and caring people whose commitment makes the Authority’s member communities healthier and safer places to live.”
During her tenure with the Authority, she has overseen administrative and support operations, including human resources, benefits, personnel policies, and recruitments, as well as directed the Authority’s facilities and maintenance operations and safety programs.
“Tammie brought with her a wide range of experience providing excellent customer service,” said Shull. “That skillset has truly benefited the Authority as she has been promoted within the organization.”
Haller also engaged with prospective member agencies interested in joining the Authority. “Tammie’s knowledge of the Authority’s operations has allowed her to develop strong relationships with prospective members,” said Shull.
“Tammie graciously guided our staff through the transfer over to the California JPIA,” said Hemet City Manager Chris Lopez. “During the months-long process, Tammie maintained patience, answered all of our questions, and stuck with the team through our membership approval. We are grateful for her unending patience and wish her the best as she transitions into retirement.”
Throughout her tenure, Haller’s practical professional acumen has been complemented by a passionate focus on the Authority’s single most valuable asset: its members.
“The Authority was formed as a member-driven organization,” said Haller. “To this day, we have not lost sight of our commitment to members. The growth of the Authority’s risk management and training programs are significant factors in our evolution as a risk management organization. The commitment to risk management and focus on building relationships with our members has reinforced the Authority’s reputation as a trusted partner to not only our current members, but also to prospective members.”
“Tammie is passionate about what she does,” said Shull, “and she demonstrates her commitment to our employees and to our members every day.”
Thank you for your service to the Authority and its members, Tammie, and warm wishes on your retirement!< Back to Full Issue Print Article