Registration open for Annual Conference in Salt Lake City
Conference registration and hotel reservations for the 2023 IAAO Annual Conference, Aug. 27-30 in Salt Lake City are now open. The IAAO Annual Conference is the premier platform to share successes, discover best practices, and learn about the latest research in the field of property appraisal.
Online registration for the in-person conference is open and a paper registration form is also available to download. The Annual Conference will take place at the Salt Palace Convention Center in Salt Lake City and nearby hotels are available.
For conference highlights, see the video on the right.
Conference Fees
Conference registration fees are available on the conference page on the IAAO website. The Early Bird registration deadline is Saturday, July 15. After that date registration rates increase to the regular rate until Friday, Aug. 11. After Aug. 11 fees will be at the onsite rate. Attendees also can sign up for the optional Wednesday WIN luncheon and the Sunday Workshop 191.
Hotel Reservations  
Members or nonmembers planning on attending the Annual Conference may now reserve a room through links on the hotel page. The conference headquarters hotels and rates are:
Keynote and Plenary speakers
Alyson Van Hooser, author of the books “Infinite Influence” and “Level Up” Vanhooser125_2489029.jpgand inspirational speaker on leading in the future of work, will be the keynote speaker at the Annual Conference. She will present during the Conference’s Opening Session on Monday, Aug. 28. As a trusted resource for managing and leading people, her management experience with Walmart, her leadership experience in the banking and insurance industry, and her election to a city council — all by the age of 30 — equip her to relate authentically with the challenges leaders are facing.
LaVaughn Henry, Ph.D., a senior economist for the Council of Economic Advisors in the Lavaughn_Henry125_2489034.jpgExecutive Office of the President of the United States will be the plenary speaker on Tuesday, Aug. 29.  In his role at the Council, he is responsible for analyzing banking and other macroeconomic issues, and aiding in the writing of the 2020 Economic Report of the President. Previously, he served as a policy analyst in the Banking and Regulatory Policy Section at the FDIC. He assisted in the interpretation, analysis, proposal, and drafting of policy guidelines; existing and proposed statutes and regulations; and studies, including the Federal Deposit Insurance Act, FDIC rules and regulations, the National Bank Act, and other relevant depository institution laws. 
Melody Taylor, an official with the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban MelodyTaylor125_2489032.pngDevelopment, and Executive Director of the Interagency Taskforce on Property Appraisal and Valuation Equity (PAVE), is slated to speak at the conference on Wednesday, Aug. 30. Taylor serves as the Associate Deputy Assistant Secretary of Enforcement Compliance in the Office of Fair Housing and Equal Opportunity (FHEO) for the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. She serves FHEO in implementing programs and policies in all matters relating to fair housing, economic opportunity, civil rights, and nondiscrimination in the implementation of HUD programs.

Conference Sessions
More than 60 sessions will be offered at the conference. Full details, including session titles, times, and speakers will be available soon on Research Exchange. In-person attendees will have the opportunity to earn up to 12.5 credit hours. Seven additional CE hours are available for preconference Workshop 191: 7-Hour USPAP, which is $229 for members and $339 for nonmembers.
For more information, see the following Conference Schedule at a Glance.
Golf Outing 
The IAAO Local Host Task Force and the Utah Chapter of the IAAO are planning the annual golf tournament on Sunday, August 27.  The Utah Chapter of the IAAO will handle registration for the golf outing. Links will be available on the IAAO website in the Conference section.
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