Two weeks after the tragic death of Gwinnett County Tax Commissioner Tiffany Porter, the county tax office has begun the process of picking up the pieces after her loss.
Upon Porter’s Death, Chief Deputy Tax Commissioner Denise Mitchell was appointed Tax Commissioner. Today, Mitchell named a successor to the deputy position.
Lisa Matic has officially been named Gwinnett County Chief Deputy Tax Commissioner.
“Ms. Matic has more than 20 years of experience with our office and possesses expertise in both motor vehicle and property tax,” Mitchell said. “She has a reputation for being proactiveand extremely knowledgeable about the laws, rules and regulations that govern the operations of this office. I know she will admirably serve the citizens of Gwinnett County.”
Matic joined the Gwinnett Tax Commissioner’s Office in 2002 and had been serving since Feb. 2021 as the director of property tax. She has held progressively responsible positions, beginning her career as an assistant manager, then being promoted to branch manager, senior tax business manager at the Lawrenceville tag office, then senior tax business manager in charge of delinquent collections.
Matic earned a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration with a concentration in Management from Columbia Southern University, and is a graduate of Gwinnett County’s LEAD Academy and the EXCEL Leadership Program.
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