The Appraisal Institute announced Oct. 3 the recognition of two members as a “Volunteer of Distinction” for October. Members honored were Trevor Hubbard, MAI, SRA, of Region VII (San Diego Chapter) and Joel D. Salley, SRA, of Region X (Florida Gulf Coast Chapter).
The Appraisal Institute’s “Volunteer of Distinction” program recognizes one member in good standing per region each month who has contributed to the Appraisal Institute, the profession and their local community.
Hubbard, a member of the Appraisal Institute since 2006, serves on the Leadership Development and Advisory Council, and received the 2012 William T. Anglyn Award in May for his exemplary contribution to the annual LDAC conference. He is on the board of directors of the San Diego Chapter, and is the 2012 chair of its Associate Member Guidance Group and currently is an alternate regional representative. He served on the chapter’s Technology Committee from 2007-10.
Salley, a member of the Appraisal Institute since 1987, served as Florida Gulf Coast Chapter president and regional representative in 2010, and was vice president and alternate regional representative from 2008-09. He was secretary in 2007, and has served on a variety of committees.
Appraisal Institute members may nominate members by submitting their nomination form to their chapter’s executive director or president. Each region’s honorees then are chosen by their regional executive director in conjunction with the region’s chair and vice chair. More information about “Volunteer of Distinction” and the nomination form can be found here.