The Appraisal Institute Board of Directors elected J. Scott Robinson, MAI, SRA, of Salisbury, N.C., as 2014 AI vice president at its July 26-27 meeting in Indianapolis.
In other actions, the Board:
• Sent to 45-Day Notice proposed amendments to Regulation No. 10, Continuing Education, recommended by the Admissions and Designation Qualifications Committee.
• Approved proposed revisions to Guide Note 6, “Consideration of Hazardous Substances in the Appraisal Process,” which had been shared with AI professionals May 28.
• Elected members to AI national committees for 2014:
o Jim Amorin, MAI, SRA, as chair of the Strategic Planning Committee; James L. Murrett, MAI, SRA, as a member of the Strategic Planning Committee; and Charles T. (Tom) Cowart, MAI, and Charles Mills Jr., MAI, SRA, as members of the Audit Committee.
Robinson has been active in real property appraisal and consulting since 1987, when he joined Robinson Associates, a Salisbury, N.C., firm his father started in the mid 1960s. The firm is a general and residential practice encompassing all types of real property solutions for various clients.
Robinson has been actively involved with the Appraisal Institute since joining as a candidate for SRA in 1987. He has served in all offices for the North Carolina Chapter and has been active at the regional and national levels since 1991. In 2007, he completed a four-year term on the national Board of Directors and was chair of Region V. Robinson has been chair of Residential Experience, chair of Residential Admissions and chair of the Admissions and Designations Qualifications Committee.
He is a senior national screener for residential and general experience domestically and abroad, and is an approved facilitator for the Capstone program. He received the AI President’s Award in 2008 and was named an AI Volunteer of Distinction in 2010.
Robinson received a Bachelor of Arts from Wake Forest University in 1981. He received the SRA designation in 1991 and the MAI designation in 1997. He became a licensed real estate broker in North Carolina in 1989 and has been qualified as an expert witness in numerous courts and jurisdictions.