Get Involved with The Appraisal Foundation

There are many ways to get involved in the work of The Appraisal Foundation.  

Become a Board member!

The Appraisal Foundation is always interested in expanding the diversity of its boards by considering applications from business leaders with an interest in valuation or individuals involved in various appraisal disciplines such as business valuation or personal property in addition to real property.  Any questions on the application process can be directed to Arika James at [email protected].

If you are interested in becoming a board member, checkout this Helpful Guide to Applying for Our Boards.

Board of Trustees Application

The Board of Trustees application process is currently closed. For questions related to service on the BOT or questions about the application process please contact Arika James.

AQB / ASB Application

The Appraiser Qualifications Board (AQB) and the Appraisal Standards Board (ASB) applications are open.

Before applying, please review the AQB/ASB Candidate Factsheet and the AQB/ASB Conflicts of Interest Policies. After reviewing, you can submit your application here by July 31, 2024.

For questions related to service on the AQB or ASB or questions about the application process, please contact Arika James


Resource Panel Application 

To apply to the Personal Property Resource Panel, please submit your PPRP application by the September 1, 2024 deadline. For questions about the application process, please contact Jalin Debeuneure.

To apply to the Business Valuation Resource Panel, please submit your BVRP application by the September 1, 2024 deadline. For questions about the application process, please contact Akirah Ray.

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Infographic on How to Get Involved



The Appraisal Foundation: How to Get Involved

This infographic details how both individuals and organizations can get involved with The Appraisal Foundation. The appraisal profession is strengthened by the voices and input of many, and your participation is welcome and encouraged.