Pat Dodson is the Assistant Director for the Tennessee Comptroller’s Office of State Assessed Properties (OSAP). Pat supervises the Public Utility and Transportation Auditors and support staff. She also communicates OSAP’s mission and valuation methods with many groups and companies. Pat is the primary liaison between OSAP and Tennessee’s County Trustees.
Pat began working for the state in 1986 in the Assessment Division of the Public Service Commission as an Administrative Assistant. She was promoted to Assessment Analyst in 1996 when the PSC’s assessment function was placed under the Comptroller’s Office. She served as the Public Utility Assessment Manager beginning in 2012, and she was promoted to Manager for the Office of State Assessed Properties in May of 2016. In February 2018, Pat was named Assistant Director of the Office of State Assessed Properties.
Pat holds a Bachelor of Science in Public Relations and Advertising from Middle Tennessee State University, and an Associate Degree in Broadcasting from Jackson State Community College. She currently serves on the Comptroller’s Business Continuity Working Group and oversees OSAP’s Strategic Plan and Risk Assessment Plan.
In her spare time Pat enjoys running, biking and playing with her 4lb dog, Lilly Belle. She is the proud mother of her son, Stephen Dodson and daughter-in-law, Kirsten.