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(Not Standing) Purpose: To facilitate the exchange of ideas among brokers and to increase the engagement, representation and feedback of brokers regarding Tennessee REALTORS® programs, services and strategic priorities. Composition: Twelve broker (managing/principal) members who shall serve two-year staggered terms, plus a Chair, Vice Chair, and Executive Committee liaison member.

(Standing) Purpose: To formulate recommendations concerning strategic and financial planning and the efficient utilization of the Association’s resources; monitor all investments and ensure they are in compliance with Tennessee REALTORS® investments policies; prepare annual budget and submit to the Executive Committee and Board of Directors prior to upcoming fiscal year; periodically review and update Finance Policies.
Composition: Chaired by the current Treasurer of Tennessee REALTORS®, Vice Chair is immediate past Treasurer of Tennessee REALTORS® plus six members who serve two-year staggered terms.

(Standing) Purpose: To review Tennessee REALTORS® Bylaws regularly for clarity, stability and practicability; recommend revisions or amendments to the Bylaws as directed by the President, the Executive Committee or the Board of Directors.
Composition: Six members who shall serve two-year staggered terms plus a Chair and Vice Chair who serve a one-year term and an Executive Committee Liaison member.

(Not standing) Purpose: To revise and/or develop standardized Tennessee REALTORS® forms for the statewide benefit and use of any and all Tennessee REALTORS® members engaged in commercial brokerage and/or other commercial specialties; and to promote the use of said forms within the community of Tennessee REALTORS® commercial members. If possible, the committee will only do one revision annually of any forms developed.
Composition: Eight members who serve two-year staggered terms, plus a Chair and Vice Chair who serve a one-year term in those offices, and an Executive Committee Liaison member. In addition, the Tennessee REALTORS® President may appoint special liaisons.

(Standing) Purpose: The Forum shall provide programs and advance the interests of the commercial members of Tennessee REALTORS who are engaged in the sales, leasing, exchanging, management, and/or development of industrial, commercial and/or investment properties, or real estate securities.
Composition: No more than Eighteen members who shall serve two-year staggered terms, plus a Chair and a Vice Chair.

(Not standing) Purpose: To select the sites for future conventions, at least three years in advance, and recommend to the Executive Committee and Directors for approval; to assist in the planning and to promote attendance to the Tennessee REALTORS® Annual Convention.
Composition: Twelve members serving two-year staggered terms plus a Chair and Vice Chair who serve a one-year term, and an Executive Committee Liaison member.

(Standing) Purpose: To serve Tennessee REALTORS® officers, directors, and staff in an advisory capacity on equal opportunity, fair housing, and cultural diversity issues, instruction, policies, and practices, to be consulted on an as-needed basis; to assist as needed in any communications or meetings with HUD officials relative to fair housing issues; and to assist in promoting a greater awareness of cultural and ethnic diversity in our state.
Composition: Six members who serve two-year staggered terms plus a Chair and Vice Chair who serve a one-year term, and an Executive Committee Liaison member. In addition, the President may seat a representative form each Institute Society/Council within the State so long as the committee does not exceed 30.

(Not Standing) Purpose: To maximize the ability of all members to take advantage of the growing earnings potential associated with the increasing globalization of real estate. It strives to: establish a significant leadership role for all levels of organized real estate within the international real estate and business community; attract and retain international real estate practitioners to the REALTOR® community; help Tennessee REALTORS® understand global real estate dynamics, recognize opportunities involved in international transactions, and encourage familiarity with global residential and commercial investments; and promote education and networking to increase awareness of globally influenced markets and the nuances of working with global clients. Composition: Eight members who shall serve two-year staggered terms, plus a Chair, Vice Chair, and Executive Committee Liaison member. An Association Executive Liaison may be appointed to this committee annually.

(Standing) Purpose: To establish linkages and ongoing relationships with all aspects of the political and governmental processes in Tennessee and to assure a communication network between all levels of government, candidates for public office, various officials and governmental officers and bodies, the local Associations of REALTORS® in Tennessee and the Tennessee REALTORS®.
Composition: Eighteen members who serve two-year staggered terms plus a Chair and a Vice Chair who serve a one-year term, and an Executive Committee Liaison member. The immediate past Chair shall also receive a continued one-year term.

(Not standing) Purpose: This group is charged with handling campaigns to help elect REALTOR® Party champions. These campaigns are separate from RPAC and called independent.
Composition: Tennessee REALTORS® Immediate Past President, Chair; Tennessee REALTORS® President; Tennessee REALTORS® President-Elect; Governmental Affairs Chair; and RPAC Trustee Chair.

(Standing) Purpose: To review requests for funds from the Legal Action Fund and authorize expenditures in accordance with Appendix C of the Tennessee REALTORS® Bylaws.
Composition: The five immediate past Tennessee REALTORS® Presidents who hold membership in the Association, with the Chair being the member who has served the longest on the committee.

(Not Standing) Purpose: Recommends and reviews programs, products, and services that enhance the value of membership for Tennessee REALTORS®.  Identifies and explores potential new member benefits and/or partnerships, may review existing member benefits, and provides recommendations for new services. Periodically, identify and advise opportunities to enhance and extend Tennessee REALTORS® consumer outreach for the direct benefit of members. Periodically advise and recommend communications messaging, including messaging about the value of membership, and matters concerning communications vehicles and platforms used to communicate with members, and real estate licensees. Composition: Eight members who shall serve two-year staggered terms, plus a Chair, Vice Chair, and Executive Committee Liaison member. An Association Executive Liaison may be appointed to this committee annually.

(Standing) Purpose: To identify and encourage qualified and interested members to submit an application for a Tennessee REALTORS® office; to nominate and recommend, to the Tennessee REALTORS® Board of Directors, at least on individual for the office of President-Elect, First Vice President, Treasurer, and a Vice President for each Grand Division; to recommend, to the Tennessee REALTORS® Directors, individuals to be recommended to NAR to serve as NAR Directors representing Tennessee; and when it is Tennessee’s turn to have an NAR Regional Vice President, recommend, to the Tennessee REALTORS® Directors, an individual to be recommended to NAR, for this position.
Composition: The six immediate past Divisional Vice Presidents and the three immediate past Tennessee REALTORS® Presidents who hold membership in the Association. The past President who has been on the committee the longest shall serve as Chair. In the event that one of the aforementioned shall be unable or unwilling to serve as a candidate for any of the offices being considered, he/she shall be ineligible to serve on the Nominating Committee and his/her respective position shall be filled by the next previous eligible Divisional Vice President (within the same division) or the next previous eligible past President.

(Standing) Purpose: To help give context to decisions of the past and an ear for the future.
Composition: All active past presidents eligible to serve as a Tennessee REALTORS® director and past presidents who are in good standing and not serving as a director but as a TREC Commissioner. The Chair and Vice Chair will be appointed as all others are appointed.

(Standing) Purpose: To serve Tennessee REALTORS® officers, directors, and staff in an advisory capacity on professional standards issues, instruction, policies, and practices, to be consulted on an as-needed basis; and to assist in the promotion of current regional and multi-Board agreements for professional standards enforcement, ensuring that every local association in Tennessee is party to a working agreement with at least one other local association.
Composition: Six members who serve two-year staggered terms plus a Chair and Vice Chair who serve a one-year term, and an Executive Committee Liaison member.

(Standing) Purpose: To select the Tennessee REALTOR® of the Year annually from applications received from local Associations.
Composition: The seven immediate past REALTORS® of the Year who hold membership in the Association, with the Chair being the member who has served the longest on the committee.

(Not standing) Purpose: To revise and/or develop Tennessee REALTORS® statewide-standardized forms for the benefit and use of all Tennessee REALTORS® members and firms making sure that the utility of the forms transcends local special interests and real estate practices; and to identify avenues that would help to increase the usage of Tennessee REALTORS® standard forms by the members and firms. The committee will only do one revision release per year of all forms.
Composition: Up to twelve members who serve two-year staggered terms plus a Chair and Vice Chair who serve a one-year term, and an Executive Committee Liaison member. The Tennessee REALTORS® President may appoint special Liaisons.

(Not standing) Purpose: To facilitate a discussion and awareness of risk management issues and related potential legal liability facing members, create and present educational forums on relevant risk management issues, and monitor the status and availability of risk-reduction programs, and products. Identify potential areas of liability and evaluate new and existing risk-reduction services and products. Topics may include (but are not limited to): legal, MLS, technical, property management, broker issues, appraisals, TREC, etc. Composition: Eight members who shall serve two-year staggered terms, plus a Chair, Vice Chair, and Executive Committee Liaison member. An Association Executive Liaison may be appointed to this committee annually.

(Separate body) Purpose: To oversee the collection and disbursement of Political Action and Issues Immobilization Committee’s funds contributed by members with specific responsibility to ensure that such funds are used wisely and in support of candidates adhering to goals and purposes advocated by the Tennessee REALTORS®.
Composition: Fifteen Trustees serving three-year staggered terms. Trustees are appointed by the President with the Chair, Vice Chair, Secretary and Treasurer being elected by the Trustees.

(Not standing) Purpose: Responsible for the orderly conduct of Tennessee REALTORS® meetings; help first-time attendees find the meetings they need to attend; assist with checking room set-up, temperature control and other special needs, monitor Executive Committee meetings, sending Committee Chair in, one at a time, to make their reports in accordance with the Executive Committee agenda.
Composition: A Sergeant-at-Arms and Assistant Sergeant-at-Arms to serve one-year term.

(Standing) Purpose: To review and update, as necessary, the Tennessee REALTORS® Strategic Plan and to encourage implementation of it through Tennessee REALTORS® programs and committees.
Composition: Eight members who shall serve two-year staggered terms plus a Chair and a Vice Chair, the Tennessee REALTORS® President, President-elect and a Secretary/Treasurer who shall serve a one-year term.

(Standing/TREEF) Purpose: To consider and propose nominees to fill vacancies on the Board of Trustees for the Tennessee Real Estate Education Foundation (TREEF) and submit their recommendations to the Directors of Tennessee REALTORS® for election.
Composition: A four-member TREEF Nominating Committee jointly appointed by the TREEF and Tennessee REALTORS® President and chaired by one of the TREEF President’s appointees nominates trustees and officers; new Officers are elected by TREEF; Tennessee REALTORS® Directors elect new Trustees.

(Separate body) Purpose: To serve as the source for the development, improvement, and quality control of education programs and services that meet the needs of the real estate industry at large—through instructor training; education program design, delivery, and/or evaluation; administration of the Graduate REALTORS® Institute (GRI) program; and planning/coordination of educational sessions at meetings and Conventions of the Tennessee REALTORS®.
Composition: Self-governing, composed of fifteen Trustees serving three-year staggered terms plus a Trustee of Counsel who servers a three-year term as well; officers include a President, a President-elect, a Secretary and Treasurer who serve as TREEF’s Executive Committee. A four-member TREEF Nominating Committee jointly appointed by the TREEF and Tennessee REALTORS® Presidents and chaired by one of the TREEF President’s appointees nominates trustees and officers; new Officers are elected by TREEF; the Tennessee REALTORS® Directors elect new Trustees.

(Not Standing) Purpose: Tennessee Young Professionals Network (YPN) strives to encourage career-minded real estate professionals, to promote, and inspire Tennessee REALTORS® through education and networking, and to provide a gateway for future leadership at the local, state, and national level. Composition: Up to eighteen members who serve two-year staggered terms, plus a Chair and Vice Chair who serve a one-year term, and an Executive Committee Liaison member. An Association Executive Liaison may be appointed to this committee annually.

(Not standing) Purpose: To assist Executives Officers in effectively serving their respective REALTOR® organizations, and to assist the State and National Associations in developing and achieving their goals and objectives.
Composition: All Local Association Executives and the Executive Vice President and Administrative Vice President of the State Association. Each year Tennessee REALTORS® appoints one of the Local Association Executives to serve as chair.