Committee Descriptions

Apply here to become a volunteer. Applications are due June 15, 2016.

Association Executives Committee

  • Provides an opportunity for local association executive officers and staff to discuss information regarding association issues.
  • Meets as needed at state association meetings and at one AE Day during the year.
  • One-year commitment.

Awards Task Force

  • Selects recipients for Association awards and recognition programs.
  • Meets as needed at state meetings.
  • One-year commitment.

Budget and Finance Committee

  • Responsible for handling Association financial matters.
  • Meets as needed at State Association meetings and at a stand-alone meeting during the budgeting process.
  • Three-year commitment.

Executive Committee

  • Consists of elected Association officers and zone vice presidents; REBR Chairman of the Board; and two Presidential appointees.
  • Meets up to 12 times per year.
  • One or two year commitment based on position.

Focus Groups

  • Members discuss and explore specific topics as necessary.
  • Meet as needed.

Governmental Affairs Committee

  • Investigates, evaluates and proposes legislative pursuits to promote a favorable real estate industry legislative climate.
  • Meets at each state association meeting, via conference call during the Legislative Session as needed; and in summer policy-making sessions as needed.
  • Three-year commitment.

Governmental Affairs Forum

  • Gain information on current and proposed legislative and regulatory issues.
  • Meets at each state association meeting.
  • One-year commitment.

Professional Standards Committee

  • Oversees Regional Professional Standards program.
  • Only meets in person at Annual Conference & Education Expo.
  • Holds conference call meetings when a complaint is filed.
  • Three-year commitment.

Professional Standards Grievance Committee

  • Reviews grievance complaints filed with KAR.
  • Only holds conference call meetings when a complaint is filed.
  • Three-year commitment.

NAR Leadership Fund Trustees

  • Oversees funds that financially support efforts to maintain and enhance the national posture of KAR and its members.
  • Meets at KAR Legislative Meetings and as needed.
  • Two-year commitment.

RPAC Trustees

  • Promotes fundraising and handles disbursement of RPAC funds to state legislative candidates.
  • Meets several times each year including at state meetings.
  • Four-year commitment.

Vision Team

  • Reviews the progress and implementation of the KAR Business Plan and Association Goals & Objectives; examines trends and issues impacting the industry and addresses potential business plan revisions.
  • Meets at least twice outside of State Association meetings.
  • One-year commitment.
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