Aircraft and helicopter appraiser David Crick, founder of DavAir Group, has been appointed international president of the American Society of Appraisers (ASA). It is the first time in ASA’s 85-year history that the role has been held by a member outside the US.
“David’s unique experience, leadership and perspective will be a valuable asset”, said ASA CEO Johnnie White. “His confirmation by membership attests to the Society’s continued commitment to an international footprint. He, along with other leaders and staff will serve an instrumental role in meeting the needs of our international membership from 60 countries and ensuring our global expansion efforts are fully realized.”
Crick will hold the role for one year.
“I am honoured and excited to take on the role of international president and look forward to supporting ASA’s global outreach,” says Crick.
ASA is the world’s largest appraisal organisation. A non-profit, its members cover a wide range of asset classes ranging from machines to property to art, gems and jewellery. Aircraft and helicopter appraisers are a significant group in the association. Sharon Desfor, chairman of HeliValue$ has also held the international president role and been president of ASA.