ICTA Recognized for Exemplary Service

David Crenshaw and Kathy McFadden receive the ANA Exemplary Service Award from ANA governor Steve Ellsworth (right). The Industry Council for Tangible Assets (ICTA) received the Exemplary Service Award for advocacy on behalf of the numismatic hobby, presented on August 11 at the American Numismatic Association World’s Fair of Money in Anaheim, California.

The Exemplary Service Award is presented annually to individuals or entities that have performed services on behalf of the ANA that go above and beyond the norm.

ICTA serves as the industry watchdog in Washington, D.C., and all 50 states, protecting the numismatic community from onerous and severe legislation and regulations.

ICTA’s executive director, Kathy McFadden, says, “It is an honor for ICTA to receive the ANA Exemplary Service Award. To be recognized by another leading organization in numismatics is greatly appreciated.”

Adds chief operating officer David Crenshaw, “ANA and ICTA’s joint efforts on many projects have improved—and will continue to improve—the regulatory climate for the numismatic community.”