Greg Kimsey | Clark County Auditor
Greg has served as Clark County auditor since January 1999. The auditor is Clark County’s primary financial officer, is responsible for carrying out financial and performance audits, recording legal documents, issuing marriage licenses, serving as an agent for the state Department of Licensing and in that role manages a group of eight licensing sub-agents in the county. The county auditor’s office is best known for its responsibilities for registering people to vote and conducting all public elections in the county.
Greg was named “Auditor of the Year” by the Washington Secretary of State. The Mainstream Republicans of Washington recognized Greg as the “Local Elected Official of the Year.” The Greater Vancouver Chamber of Commerce selected Greg as Statesman of the Year.
For the four years prior to being elected to office Greg was the Chief Financial Officer for Vancouver Oil Company. Prior to that Greg was a Vice President in the Investment Banking Division of U.S. Bancorp.
Greg was born and raised in Vancouver, Washington. He married his high school sweetheart, Gayle (who was also born and raised in Vancouver) and they have been married for thirty one years. They have two children, who are both married and live in Seattle (but sadly no grandchildren!).
Gayle and Greg both graduated from Columbia River High School. Greg graduated from the University of Washington with a BA Degree in Business Administration and from Portland State University with a Masters Degree in Business Administration. He holds a Chartered Financial Analyst designation. Greg has been certified as an election administrator by the Washington Secretary of State
Greg is an active member of the community: he was a founding board member of Columbia Land Trust, has served as board member for the Foundation for Vancouver Public Schools, Clark County YWCA and YMCA, is past President, and current member, of the Vancouver Rotary Club, and serves as a commissioner for the Vancouver Housing Authority.