Registration Now Open!

Registration is now open for IAAO's first-ever Emerging Leadership Summit in Washington, D.C. on May 30-31, 2019.

During the summit we will explore emerging trends, leadership, professional development, property valuation and land administration for property tax development worldwide. Check out the agenda for more information on the program!

The meeting will take place at the IAAO's office in the National Association of Counties building in Washington, D.C., 660 North Capital Street NW. After the summit there will be a tour of Thomson Reuters  D.C News Bureau, to learn how news and information are developed in today’s non-stop media environment. 

Check out the Registration & Hotel page for more information regarding registrations, hotels in the Washington, D.C. area, continuing education credits, and potential scholarship funding for the event.

Need  help in justifying attendance at the event? Download a draft justification letter you could send to your employer outlining the benefits of attending!

Firms interested in sponsorship opportunities please contact Leann Ritter at ritter@iaao.org.


Developing Leaders

One of my goals this year was to create an IAAO event that focused on helping anyone interested in becoming a good leader achieve that, so I am proud to announce the IAAO Emerging Leadership Summit May 30th-31st in Washington, D.C.

As half of us within our ranks and other industry organizations are retiring in the next few years, it is vital that we provide education for a new era of leaders.

Summit speakers are diverse groundbreakers who have deep ties to land administration and government administration making this is a great opportunity to learn and connect with same-minded colleagues. IAAO has an 80-year history of providing quality education and professional connectivity, and this year, our offerings are strengthened by creating the Summit to help cultivate careers.

I strongly urge you to join us for an interactive communication skills workshop, a rooftop networking event, and the opportunity to hear from colleagues and partner organizations tell their own stories discussing:

--becoming a front runner within constructive environments
--techniques to build a positive view toward change
--organizational planning focusing on internationalization, succession and diversity advancement
--fostering collaboration and team building
--emerging game changers, the technologies you can’t live without
-- expanding you professional development pathways
-- effective communication, handling difficult situations that are unique to public servants and valuation officials

Looking forward to seeing you in Washington D.C. at the end of May!

Tim Boncoskey
IAAO President

Sponsorship Partner

Materials Sponsor