At the heart of the AAOM are our members and the organization is defined by what our members contribute to their communities, each other, and the real estate industry.
A privilege of membership in AAOM is that you can become involved in leadership opportunities by involvement in our local committees.
Our Communications Committee provides marketing and PR support, and builds awareness of the AAOM and its mission, and promotes its programs and events to the membership and the community through the website, social media, and other marketing and PR initiatives. Let us know if you would like to participate; submit newsletter articles, or website material.
Our Membership Committee has responsibility for actively recruiting new members and developing strategies for reaching prospective members. Would you like to be a local AAOM representative?
Public Relations Committee
Our Public Relations Committee is charged with reaching out to local organizations and bodies active in the real estate development and land use fields to promote the AAOM and its mission, and to explore how the AAOM may work with them on areas of common interest. Can you help make the AAOM part of your local community?
Annual Conference and Workshop Programming Committee
The Programming Committee is responsible for the development of a diverse range of events and educational opportunities offered by the AAOM, including cornerstone events like Annual General Meeting, Great Ideas Labs and Workshops, Great Minds Symposium, and our Great Places Tours. We need volunteers to assist with upcoming events, including the 2013 Great Minds Symposium.
The Sponsorship Committee is responsible for recruiting and retaining our sponsors. Sponsorship is fundamental to the success of the AAOM and our activities are made possible through the generous support of our sponsors and partnerships.
In order to support our increasingly high profile events and day to day operations, the AAOM is currently looking for volunteers to help – whether helping out at an event or becoming a member of one of our committees. If you are interested in becoming part of our team, please contact our office for more information.
As a highly-skilled, knowledge-based profession, success in our profession depends on the combination of theory and practice. Knowledge sharing between senior and novice assessors allow a mutual exchange of knowledge and skill. Training for mentors allows senior staff to contribute to a facilitative, forward-thinking organization. We would like to hear your ideas to initiate knowledge-sharing experiences.