Board Member Profiles
Bright, Glenn Phone: 662-569-3474 Email: email@example.com
Glenn L. Bright is a life-long resident of Sunflower County. Upon graduation from Mississippi State University in 1976 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration, he acquired a Mississippi Real Estate Salesperson license in 1977 but his priorities were operating his family's farm. In 1995, after acquiring an appraiser license his focus was running Bright Appraisals, Inc which specializes in residential appraisals in the delta area. Glenn holds a Certified Residential Appraisers License.
Glenn was appointed by Governor Haley Barbour in 2010 to represent the Second Congressional District for a four year term. Among his credits are memberships in the Bolivar County Board of Realtors and the Greenwood Board of Realtors. He was also a founding member of Mid-delta DSN, a MLS system in Bolivar & Sunflower counties.
McKinnon, Doug Phone: 601.898.4999 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Doug McKinnon is a lifelong resident of Jackson, MS and has been active in real estate for 37 years. He is an Ole Miss graduate and a former faculty member at the LSU Graduate School of Banking, Holmes Community College and the Mississippi Realtors Institute. He holds the MAI professional designation from the Appraisal Institute where he is a current director and past president for the Mississippi Chapter. He also holds the CCIM designation for commercial real estate brokerage and consulting. Mr. McKinnon, a certified general real estate appraiser, is Senior Vice President, Chief Appraiser and Environmental Officer at BankPlus in Ridgeland, MS. He has spent about half of his career in private practice appraising commercial real estate and the other half in banking risk management.
Mr. McKinnon is married to the former Carol Ethridge. They have two adult sons, David and Mark, a daughter-in-law, Mary Margaret and a granddaughter, Caroline.
In 2013 Governor Phil Bryant appointed Mr. McKinnon to a four-year term serving as member-at-large on the Mississippi Real Estate Appraiser Licensing and Certification Board.
Lovorn, Amelia Phone: 901-521-0096 Email: email@example.com
Amelia Lovorn originates from Southaven, Mississippi. She holds a Bachelor of Business Administration degree from the University of Memphis with an emphasis in real estate/finance and is currently enrolled in their Executive MBA program.
Ms. Lovorn obtained both her broker and appraiser’s licenses in the nineties. She is the principal broker and an active certified appraiser for City Realty, Inc., located in Olive Branch, Mississippi. She is also licensed in Tennessee.
Heavily involved in all aspects of real estate, she was the 2011 President of the Northwest Association of Realtors, 2012 President of the Realtor Services Corporation of the Northwest Association of Realtors, and the longest continuously serving member of that board. She served on the Legislative Affairs Committee for the Mississippi Association of Realtors as well as the National Association of Realtors Appraisal Committee. She also serves as a board member for the Bouchillon Institute of Community Planning.
Holliday, Jr., John Phone: 228-392-3303 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
John Holliday, Jr. is a lifelong Mississippi resident. Originally from Vicksburg, he resides in Gulfport and has been in the real estate and appraisal business on the Gulf Coast for 35 years. He is the principal of Holliday & Associates Appraisers and broker of ERA-Gulf Realty (ERA Leaderís Circle 2008). He is a member of the Gulf Coast Assn. of Realtors and served twice as President of the Biloxi-Ocean Springs Board of Realtors, also serving on the MS Gulf Coast MLS Committee. John currently serves on the board of directors of the Appraisal Institute, Mississippi Chapter.
Mr. Holliday earned his A.A. from Hinds Community College and B.A. from Mississippi State University. He earned the SRA appraisal designation from The Society of Real Estate Appraisers, now the Appraisal Institute.
Mr. Holliday has served his community as a director for the Gulf Coast Boys & Girls Clubs, Gulf Coast Habitat for Humanity, a local community housing board, acting subdivision architectural review chairman, and served on the original Dí Iberville Zoning/Planning Commission.
He and his wife Lana, have 3 daughters, Jennifer (Lonergan), Whitney and Alyson and a grandson, Connor. They are longtime members of First United Methodist Church Gulfport where he served on the Board of Trustees.
Although John was displaced when his offices were destroyed by Hurricane Katrina, he rebuilt and remains committed to the community on the Mississippi Gulf Coast.
In 2012 Governor Phil Bryant appointed Mr. Holliday to a four-year term on the Mississippi Real Estate Appraiser Licensing and Certification Board, where he will be representing the 4th Congressional District.
Cannady, Jr., Norman A. Phone: 601-540-5546 Email: email@example.com
Norman A. Cannady, Jr. was born in Pascagoula, Mississippi. Mr. Cannady received a Bachelor of Science degree from The University of Southern Mississippi in 1996 with a major in finance and a minor in real estate.
Mr. Canady has been involved in all aspects of real estate since 1992. A licensed salesperson since 1992 and broker since 2002, Mr. Cannady serves on the governmental affairs committee for Central Mississippi Realtors. In 1998, Mr. Cannady became a licensed appraiser and is now a certified general appraiser. He is also a licensed residential contractor and mass appraiser. Mr. Cannady has owned and operated his own real estate brokerage, investment, and appraisal companies.
In 2003, Mr. Cannady and his wife Ashley moved to Madison where he became the Chief Appraiser of Madison County. In that capacity, Mr. Cannady has attained every mass appraisal designation conferred by the Mississippi Department of Revenue, including the Mississippi Assessment Evaluator. He serves on the audit committee for the Mississippi Chapter of the International Association of Assessing Officers. He has also taught recertification classes through the Mississippi Department of Revenue focusing on the difference between fee appraisals and mass appraisals.
In 2014 Governor Phil Bryant appointed Mr. Cannady to a four year term representing Congressional District Three on the Mississippi Real Estate Appraiser Licensing and Certification Board.