What is the Role of an ASA Discipline Committee/Subcommittee?

ASA's discipline committees:

  • Foster, develop, and define sound appraisal practices, standards, and techniques on which valuation should be based;
  • Provide education, training, and other support in accordance with the needs of the discipline constituents;
  • Consider, investigate and recommend discipline mergers, consolidations, and other relevant affiliations to the Board of Governors for their approval;
  • Monitor legal and political processes as it affects the discipline;
  • Collaborate with the Board of Examiners of the Society in reviewing, restructuring, and updating the technical examinations of the discipline and the corresponding designations and specialties; and
  • Perform other duties as assigned by the CEO, Board of Governors or chair of the discipline committee.

ASA's discipline subcommittees:

  • Assist in carrying out the purposes of the committee.  

What is the Role of an ASA Chapter Officer?

As elected leaders of a chapter, officers are a key to its success. A chapter board is often comprised of a President, Vice President, Secretary, and Treasurer who are vital to performing the administrative and functional requirements of the chapter. This is a great way to get further involved with your chapter and ASA.


Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Lead, plan, and oversee chapter meetings and events including the appointment of committees.
  • Provide general management and supervision on the affairs of the chapter.

Vice President

Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Perform duties delegated to him/her by the chapter president.
  • Work directly with the chapter president to ensure the intent and wellbeing of the chapter are managed properly.


Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Take minutes and attendance lists of each chapter meeting.
  • Prepare and distribute Chapter announcements and correspondence.


Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Work directly with the officers to ensure all financial information is protected and compliant with the Chapter and ASA standards
  • Collect dues and receivables of the chapter
  • Review and pay any bills by the chapter.

Who is eligible to serve on an ASA discipline committee/subcommittee and on a local chapter committee?

Designated Members in good standing are eligible to serve on ASA's discipline committees and subcommittees. Designated Members and Candidates are eligible to serve on chapter committees and as chapter officers.


Our mentorship program is not just about guiding candidates through ASA’s accreditation process, but is also about preparing future leaders and the next generation of ASA members for success. By investing in the growth and development of our new members, ASA is setting a foundation for a bright future. Join ASA’s mentorship program and be a part of shaping and guiding new members and the next generation of ASA as an organization.

Journal Writing 

Our membership has a long history of offering specialized experiences in a diverse range of properties and practice areas. Our members are involved in some of the most sophisticated and challenging valuation environments occurring today. 
ASA proudly publishes the ARM Journal, the MTS Journal and Business Valuation Review, serving as tools for providing member insights and experiences from which all may learn.   Join our esteemed community of authors. All three journals welcome submitted articles on professional valuation practices, concepts, and methodologies for review.

What is the expected time commitment?

Average time commitment may be approximately 2 to 3 hours per month.

How will I benefit?

Reaccreditation credit hours are granted for all volunteer service.

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