Ted Gwartney is the former Assessor of Bridgeport, Connecticut. Until November 2000, he was the Executive Director of the Robert Schalkenbach Foundation in Manhattan. He has made nineteen trips to Russia to consult on land valuation during the past ten years.
He has been actively engaged in land valuation, analysis, assessment, consultation and management since college graduation. He was the City Assessor of Southfield, Michigan, Hartford, Connecticut and the Deputy County Assessor of Sacramento, California. In 1976 he became the Assessment Commissioner and Chief Executive Officer of the British Columbia Assessment Authority and implemented an annual Province-wide revaluation of the 1,500,000 land parcels.
Additional activities include:
- Professor, Department of Law, Real Estate Appraisal, Baruch College, New York;
- President, American Journal of Economics and Sociology, Boston;
- Treasurer, Institute for the Study of Long-Term Economic Trends, New York;
- Director, Land & Public Welfare Foundation, Saint Petersburg, Russia;
- Professional Designation, Appraisal Institute, Chicago.