Information & Member Services
(According to AAR Bylaws Article VIII, Section 1.E)
1. To develop communication programs
2. To propose affinity programs
3. To recommend board support
4. To select award recipients
5. To provide forums for the Institutes, Societies and Councils
(According to AAR Bylaws Article VIII, Section 3)
Committee Chairs and members shall have such duties as their titles indicate, and as the Board of Directors may assign. All actions of the committees relative to the association’s budget, policy and procedures documents, governmental and political affairs, and to decisions which would have long-term impact on the association shall be subject to the approval of the Board of Directors.
(According to AAR Policy & Procedures Section 2.11)
Committee members are selected by the President-Elect and Treasurer.
(According to AAR Bylaws Article VIII, Section 8)
The chair of the standing committees shall charge and appoint their respective Task Forces and Action Groups to function as authorized by these Bylaws or the Policy & Procedures Manual. The AAR President may appoint special Task Forces and Action Groups as necessary. Committee Chairs and the President shall coordinate these appointments.
- Site Selection Task Force (Policy & Procedures Section 4.4.9)
- Meetings Program Advisory Group (Policy & Procedure Section 4.4.11)
- Awards Task Force (Policy & Procedure Section 4.4.12)
- REALTOR® of the Year Selection Task Force (Policy & Procedure Section 4.4.13)
- REALTORS® for Children Task Force (Policy & Procedure Section 4.4.14)
Strategic Objectives Pursuant to AAR Business Plan:
4.1 Improve and expand the AAR website to make it “Information Central” and maintain a relationship database.
a. Publish and distribute Porch & Property, a consumer oriented publication.
h. Standardize the branding, logos, and appearance of AAR publications and marketing materials, to enhance the professional appearance of these publications.
5.1 Conduct member surveys to determine member needs and opinions.
5.4 Evaluate the content and overall benefit of AAR's current annual meetings.
a. Evaluate AAR's meeting attendance and content relative to other state REALTOR® Associations, particularly the balance of governance issues versus the advantages for members outside leadership roles to attend AAR meetings.
Linda Gunn, Chair
Erica Elia, Vice Chair
Kelly Sue Giampietro
The Alabama Association of Realtors® (AAR) is the largest statewide organization of real estate professionals comprised of over 13,000 members. United by adherence to a Code of Ethics, our members work as real estate professionals in the sale, lease, appraisal, management and development of residential, commercial, rural and resort properties throughout Alabama.
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