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Tennessee Association of Mortgage Professionals
Brian Short, CMC, CRMS, GMA
Executive Director
PO Box 111
Spring Hill, TN 37174

bshort@tnamp.com

 


TNAMP Committees

 

 


TNAMP Committees
 

 


1. Membership Committee ‑ The Membership Committee shall develop and recommend to the Board of Directors plans and programs for the expansion and development of membership growth of the Association, and shall establish policies and procedures for the admission of new members into the Association.

 

2. Legislative Committee ‑ The Legislative Committee shall investigate and make reports on laws and decisions which virtually affect those in the mortgage brokerage business in this State. Reports on such laws and decisions shall be made to the Board of Directors and all members of the Association. This Committee shall have the power to act with regard to legislation pending before the State Legislature on matters affecting the interests of the members of the Association, after the legislation has been submitted by the Legislative Committee to the Board of Directors for approval or disapproval.

 

3. Ethics, Grievance and Arbitration Committee ‑ The Ethics, Grievance and Arbitration Committee shall investigate all complaints or unethical practices among members which tend to be detrimental to the Membership as a whole, when submitted in writing by any member of the Association or at the discretion of the Committee. All reports and recommendations arising from such investigations shall be made to the Board of Directors. The Committee shall be responsible for administering the Rules and Regulations of the Code of Ethics and Arbitration Manual of the Association.

 

4. Education Committee ‑ The Education Committee shall be responsible for developing the educational programs of all seminars and conventions.

 

5. Communication and Marketing CommitteeThe Communication and Marketing Committee shall assist in formulating and disseminating information about the interests, activities and participants of the Association in a way that further fosters a positive professional image toward the Association, its members and industry.

 

6. Sponsorship Committee – The Sponsorship Committee shall assist in soliciting and gathering the financial partnership of industry members and Association Affiliates in the form of sponsorships for the activities of the Association to enable the Association to carry out its mission and purpose.

 

7. Programming Committee – The Programming Committee shall assist in planning, developing and coordinating the activities of the Association in each of the major population centers of the state in ways with will further promote the mission and purpose of the Association.

 

8. Conference Committee – The Conference Committee shall assist in planning and carrying out the necessary activities in order to successfully conduct an annual convention at the desire of the Board.

 

9. Certification Committee – The Certification Committee shall assist in planning and carrying out the necessary activities in order to successfully increase the number of NAMB Certified members in Tennessee.

 

 

To volunteer to be on one of TNAMP's Committees please contact the Chair directly or contact TNAMP Executive Director, Brian Short at bshort@tnamp.com.