ASA’s International Nominating and Awards Committee is seeking nominations for ASA Secretary/Treasurer for 2023-24. The position of Secretary/Treasurer is crucial for ASA as this individual may advance through the leadership positions and serve as ASA's President for 2025-2026.
Nominations are also being accepted for Lifetime Achievement Award and Honorary Membership.
David Crick, ASA Chair, Nominating and Awards Committee
c/o Lissah Michalski
Nominations must be received by Nov. 30, 2022.
International Secretary/Treasurer Nominations
Individuals nominated for this office must be active members holding the designation of ASA or FASA, or reciprocal equivalent thereof. They must have completed a full term as either Governor or Chair of a Standing Committee, or as an officer or director of an entity that has merged into the society, as of the date of such individual taking the relevant International Office.
Nominations may be made only by a member holding the designation of AM, ASA or FASA, or reciprocal equivalent thereof. Nominations must be made in writing and must include documentation that demonstrates the qualifications of the nominee and the nominee's written consent.
When making a nomination, it is recommended that you consider an individual's organizational ability, leadership skills, reputation in the field, willingness to devote time to ASA and contribution to the work of the Society. All of these factors play an important role when determining who should fill this influential position.
Nominations for Lifetime Achievement Award
The Lifetime Achievement Award is an honor bestowed on a select few members who have demonstrated exemplary, steadfast and consistent dedication, involvement, commitment and loyalty to ASA and the appraisal profession. Nominees must hold the designation of ASA or FASA, or reciprocal equivalent thereof, in good standing and must have held that designation for at least 25 years and be at least 70 years of age.
Honorary Membership Nominations
Nominees must be nonmembers of ASA and must have, in the judgment of the Board of Governors, contributed substantially to the appraisal profession and/or performed an unusual and valuable service for the Society sufficient to merit recognition by the Society.