IAAO Board of Directors election information available
Members interested in running for the IAAO Board of Directors should submit candidate materials by July 1. Check out the Elections page for more information and forms needed to submit. Regular members in good standing will be able to vote electronically from Nov. 1-15, for the Regular Board Member and Officer positions.
New Code of Ethics enforcement section released for exposure
A proposed enforcement section to be added to the IAAO Code of Ethics has been approved by the IAAO Board of Directors for exposure to members for 30 days. The new section was developed by the Ethics Committee and reviewed by the Governance Committee and Board of Directors. The enforcement section outlines the process to file a complaint, the alleged violation evaluation process, potential sanctions, publication of sanctions, and the appeals and reinstatement process. Comments on the Code of Ethics enforcement section should be sent to Executive Administrator Mindy Murphy-Watson at firstname.lastname@example.org. The comment period will run to May 25, 2022. The proposed enforcement section is also available on the Exposure Drafts page.
New version of IAAO Roll Call available for download
The 2022 edition of the United States’ Roll Call is now available for download. Roll Call provides members a valuable resource through updated links to assessor certification requirements for every state in the U.S. The United States’ Roll Call is an original reference guide periodically updated to assist the valuation industry in promoting professional development globally.
IAAO establishes building donation campaign
IAAO has established a building donation campaign to update the IAAO Headquarters in Kansas City. Donations greater than $500 by a single individual, chapter or affiliate, jurisdiction, or company will be permanently commemorated at IAAO with the donor's name on a star.
★ Donations of $500-$999 receive a small star.
★ Donations of $1,000-2,499 receive a medium star.
★ Donations equal or greater than $2,500 receive a large star.
IAAO is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization so donations are tax deductible to the extent allowed by the IRS.
Update Your Member Profile
IAAO is continuing its demographic data collection campaign to have members update profile information, which includes more details than previously collected. Profile updates are a focal point for the IAAO Diversity and Inclusion Task Force and this information will be used to assess IAAO’s membership makeup and highlight the diversity of our global community. Update your profile at www.iaao.org/demologin.