Alecia Robinson-Cason

Title: Deputy Recorder
Company: Lucas County Recorder’s Office
Location: Toledo, Ohio, United States

Alecia Robinson-Cason, Deputy Recorder at the Lucas County Recorder’s Office, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Artists for dedication, achievements, and leadership in property transfer recording and art.

As an expert in the recording of deeds, Ms. Robinson-Cason is proud to help people with issues pertaining to land and property. She is responsible for recording documents for land transfers including purchasing property through deeds, mortgages, leases, land contracts and generational land transfer. She is gratified to explain the process to those who need assistance, such as those who are grieving and first-time homebuyers. She initially obtained an Associate’s degree in word processing and secretarial science and completed coursework in business administration at the University of Toledo.

Harboring a love for art from as early as her young childhood, Ms. Robinson-Cason has also excelled as a professional artist with Sister Art Productions throughout the duration of her career. She is proud to have learned from mentors such as Will Clay, Frosty brown and Jamill Lewis. Having taught and exhibited art for many years, she is most proud to have participated in an art exchange for the Great Lakes Consortium in an effort to exhibit, document and catalog photos in Tanzania, Africa in order to emphasize the importance of how to build businesses while empowering women artists. Moreover, her artwork has been displayed in exhibitions such as those of the Tillman Gallery and she has taught art for the Lucas County Housing Authority, the Boys and Girls Clubs, the Wayman D. Palmer YMCA and the Youth Opportunities Program. Looking toward the future, she aims to continue to work on her traveling art exhibit, attend various galleries and collaborate with additional women artists about business opportunities within the field of art.

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