May 16, 2018
Rodman Schley Nominated as 2019 AI Vice President
Rodman Schley, MAI, SRA, of Denver was nominated for 2019 Appraisal Institute vice president by the AI National Nominating Committee at its May 8-9 meeting in Chicago.
National Nominating Committee Chair Scott Robinson, MAI, SRA, AI-GRS, AI-RRS, submitted the committee’s nomination to the AI Board of Directors at its May 10-11 meeting in Chicago. Board members may file petitions for additional nominees in accordance with the Appraisal Institute Bylaws. The AI Board of Directors is expected to elect the 2019 vice president at its Aug. 2-3 meeting in Nashville, Tennessee.
The 2019 vice president will serve as the Appraisal Institute’s 2020 president-elect, 2021 president and 2022 immediate past president, in addition to chairing the Finance Committee in 2019 and the National Nominating Committee in 2022.
Schley serves on the Appraisal Institute Board of Directors as Region II vice chair and is a member of the Strategic Planning Committee and the Governance Structure Project Team. He previously served on the National Nominating Committee. He attended AI’s annual Leadership Development and Advisory Council conference as a participant (2013-15) and was selected as a discussion leader (2016), vice chair (2017) and chair (2018). He has served as Colorado Chapter president.
Schley has received the Appraisal Institute Education Trust’s Y.T. and Louise Lee Lum Award, which is given in recognition for the distinguished contribution to the furtherance of the high ideals of the profession of real estate appraising and practices.
In 2002, he founded Commercial Valuation Consultants, Inc., which was acquired by national appraisal firm BBG in 2016. As senior managing director at BBG, he leads teams of managing directors and appraisers throughout the western United States.
Schley wrote the book “Finding Your Fortune in Repossessed Real Estate,” and is the creator and host of a national PBS/Create TV television show entitled “Urban Conversion,” which educates viewers about maintaining environmentally friendly, sustainable lifestyles in urban settings.
Schley received his Bachelor of Arts degree in marketing management from Bellevue University in 1995.