Association Executives Committee (AEC)

Retiring AE Recognition

View a list of retiring AEs, recognized by NAR at the Association Executives Forum meeting during the REALTORS® Legislative Meetings & Trade Expo in May, and most recently at the REALTORS® Conference & Expo in November, 2021.

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AE Institute

Save the date for AEI 2022, happening March 11-14, in Atlanta, GA. Register December 15 at 12 pm CT. 

What Are AEC Representatives?
April 14, 2017

AEC representatives (formerly AEC liaisons) are appointed to serve as representatives from the AEC to NAR committees to ensure two-way communication.

AEC Leadership Team

Congratulations to the 2022 Association Executives Committee and AEC Advisory Board Chair and Vice Chair Appointees! Meet the 2022 Appointed Leaders!

Statement of Purpose

The AEC serves as a resource for REALTOR® associations by:

  1. Ensuring that there is knowledge and understanding of issues and concerns between the REALTOR® association community and NAR committees and leadership;
  2. Providing a framework that ensures staff and volunteer leaders have the professional development and management resources they need to provide optimal services to their members.

Read the full statement of organization and procedure

2021 AEC Goals:

The AEC's areas of focus for 2021 include:

  1. Develop and implement tools and resources, as identified by the 2020 Association Leadership Diversity Work Group, to assist and provide support for associations as they address diversity, equity and inclusion and work toward greater diversity amongst their leadership.
  2. Provide guidance and resources for AEs who want to advance their careers and consider new opportunities in the REALTOR® association. Review the AE Mentor Program and explore how the program can be enhanced to help shepherd AEs through career challenges and opportunities.
  3. Identify best practices and guidelines to assist associations as they navigate governance procedures and strive for optimal member engagement in a new post-COVID virtual world.
  4. Explore the concept of greater innovation and how associations can be more nimble and receptive to risk and more responsive to member needs that support and align with member businesses. Identify strategies and practices that assist associations in adopting a forward-thinking mindset that is in step with the member’s way of doing business.

Read the complete goals