Molly Ostenberg, GWSB MBA ’08, has been elected treasurer of the Washington, DC Chapter of the American Society of Appraisers (ASA) for a one-year term. She was selected for the position by the organization’s membership team.
The American Society of Appraisers is a multi-disciplinary nonprofit organization of professional appraisers that seeks to promote professional excellence and the highest levels of ethical and professional standards in its membership.
In her new role, Ostenberg will work with other appraisers to further the organization’s goal of fostering community, trust, and professional development, and to encourage professional distinction through education and accreditation.
“The ASA not only creates a sense of fellowship among appraisers, but it also assures the public that its members are the very best in the field,” says Ostenberg. “I look forward to serving such a distinguished and committed community.”
Ostenberg has over ten years of experience as a financial analyst, damages analyst, consultant, and valuations expert. She is also a level III CFA candidate who values ownership interests for privately held entities in a variety of industries for the purpose of sale, shareholder dispute, corporate restructuring, estate and gift tax planning, divorce litigation and other matters. She received her MBA from GW and her BS from the University of Colorado at Boulder.