NAMAR Committees

Thank you for your interest getting involved at NAMAR. NAMAR is the second largest REALTOR® Association in the State of Georgia. Below is a list of Committees and a brief description of each. If you would like to volunteer to work on any of these, please  click here to download the volunteer form and email it to janet@namar.org.

Click Here for the Committee Policies & Procedures Manual.

Brokers Council: Provides Broker education, a broker to broker resource network,
and encourages participation of members and recruitment of non-members.
Chair: Steve Wagner /stevetwagner@gmail.com

Commercial Council
Chair: Chad Lagomarsino / lago@bellsouth.net

Bylaws/Policies & Procedures Committee: Reviews recommendations for revisions or amendments to the Bylaws and the Policy and Procedures Manual from NAR or the NAMAR Strategic Planning Committee.
Chair: Norma Santaa / nasantana1945@gmail.com

Community Service Committee: Promotes a positive REALTOR ® image to the community while providing service.
Chair: Mike DeLaney / crosspointeservices@gmail.com

Cultural Diversity Committee: Develops and recommends policies promoting equal opportunity in housing and diversity within the real estate industry.
Chair: Carol Guse / carol.guse@bhhsgeorgia.com

The Education Advisory Panel: Responsible for the NAMAR school, oversees the delivery of education courses to fulfill the practical educational needs of the membership, and is responsible for planning, implementing and hosting New Member Orientation.
Chair: Christina Simmons / chris@namar.org

Events & Program:  Responsible for planning, implementing and hosting special programs and providing assistance  during the membership meetings.
Chair: Vicki Dyer / vicki@thevickidyerteam.com

Legislative / Governmental Affairs Committee: Reviews public policy issues affecting the real estate industry and forwards issues of concern to the BOD
Chair: Open

Membership Committee: Reviews applications for membership and is responsible for the retention of members as well as the recruitment of new members
Chair: Tisha Rowland & Pat Hackley / tisha@tishasellshomes.com & pat@pathackley.com

Million Dollar Club Committee: Reviews and revises the Million Dollar Club Rules and Regulations and is also responsible for the planning and implementation of the Awards Ceremony.
Chair: Jennifer Baxter / macyjen@gmail.com

Partnership Committee: Works in conjunction with the Director of Partnership Services in implementing the Partnership Packages as well as plans the annual Trade Expo.
EXPO Chair: Laurie Cooper / lauriecooper59@gmail.com

The REALTORS® Political Action Committee (RPAC)

  • Issues and Candidates: Responsible for monitoring local issues and candidates and their potential impact on real property.
  • Fundraising: Responsible for collecting political contributions to be forwarded to GAR
    Chair:  John Slappey & Jana Waycaster/ jslappey@psponline.com & janawaycaster@yahoo.com

The Young Professional Network (YPN): Provides opportunities to connect with other young professionals (under age 40) in a fun environment and experience events and resources that can lead to a successful career
Chair:  Shaunette Young / youngrealtor@gmail.com

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Upcoming Events

Mar
28
Tue
9:00 am CE Class: You Can’t Fix Stupid @ NAMAR
CE Class: You Can’t Fix Stupid @ NAMAR
Mar 28 @ 9:00 am – 4:15 pm
Approved for 6 Hours of CE Credit for Real Estate Licensees and Instructors!!! Do you know what license law says about the presentation of offers? How about the Rules? BRRETA? Code of Ethics? Do you know what is required if changing brokers? Do you know what the 5 requirements are when you own real estate as a licensee? Do you know the advertising requirements for personal websites and teams? Are you willing to bet your license, career, and future on this? This course will provide answers to the questions that EVERYBODY should have! Insutructor: Tom Gillett REGISTER ONLINE Breakfast Sponsored by Liberty Mutual Lunch Sponsored by McDonnel Law CE Credits provided through the Georgia Real Estate Commission: School Code 999
Apr
6
Thu
9:00 am CE Class: DotLoop Training @ NAMAR Upper Level Classroom
CE Class: DotLoop Training @ NAMAR Upper Level Classroom
Apr 6 @ 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
Join us for an in-depth-training on how to become an expert looper. At dotloop Training, you will learn document editing, eSignatures, tasks, third party collaboration and more. Improve client experience, drive savings and productivity by getting the most out of dotloop.  T There are two sessions for dotloop to choose from.  Either 9AM-12PM or 1PM-4PM.  Each training will cover the same material, and will count towards 3 hours of CE credit in Georgia.  Please only register for one session. Click here to Register Online
Apr
7
Fri
9:00 am FREE Networking Breakfast @ NAMAR (Upper Level Classroom)
FREE Networking Breakfast @ NAMAR (Upper Level Classroom)
Apr 7 @ 9:00 am – 10:00 am
Join Us for Networking 9:00 am – Networking / 9:30 am – Announcements and Speaker Speaker:  Scott Andrews from Sugar Hill will tell us about all the exciting plans for Sugar Hill Register Online or RSVP to janet@namar.org Sponsored by Sterling on the Lake

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No attendees, brokers or vendors at any NAMAR functions, occurring on or off property, may solicit for employment/membership in their company.