ORRA members help chart ORRA's direction by sharing their time, talents, and expertise as a volunteer on an ORRA committee.
At the end of each year, ORRA seeks individuals to fill openings on some of its more than 20 committees, task forces, councils, and forums.
Committee appointments are held at the end of calendar year; however, some committees placements are available throughout the year. We encourage you to apply for possible appointment by the ORRA Board of Directors.
Download the 2017 ORRA Committee Volunteer Request Form
Forms can be submitted via any of these options:
mail: ORRA, 1330 Lee Road, Orlando, FL 32810
For more information regarding a committee, or to learn more
about the committee appointment process, please contact Carole Burgess,
administration coordinator, at CaroleB@orlandorealtors.org
Assists the board of directors in overseeing
the integrity of ORRA's financial statements
and ensuring compliance with legal and
regulatory requirements; revi
auditors' qualification and independence; and
reviews the performance of independent
Organizes, plans and implements the yearly Awards Program for the Association.
Budget and Finance Committee
Provides oversight of financial and budgetary aspects of the association's operations.
Oversees the communications efforts of the association, including internal and external messages delivered via current and emergent methods
Community Relations Committee
Encourages member participation in community projects, organizes activities and events in cooperation with the Florida Real Estate Foundation, and provides additional opportunities for service.
Governmental Affairs Committee
Tracks legislation and regulations at local, state, and national levels that affect the real estate industry, participates in public meetings, and communicates with governmental officials. Handles RPAC fundraising through RPAC Subcommittee.
Receives ethics complaints and arbitration requests and determines whether or not hearings are warranted. (Mandatory training session on Friday, February 26, 2016; no sign-ups after training date.)
Bears responsibility for the association's activities related to investing and asset allocation.
Member Services Committee
Provides guidance regarding ORRA's membership policies, represents the needs of the general membership, and addresses development issues. The committee also organizes and participates in community events and activities that give all members the opportunity to become involved in their communities.
Professional Standards Committee
Conducts hearings on alleged unethical conduct by ORRA members or in arbitration of business disputes. (Mandatory training session on Friday, February 26, 2016; no sign-ups after training date.)
Qualifications, Elections, Recruitment Committee
Social Media Committee
Members will actively participate in forming and carrying out
the social media Strategy of the organization. They will attend
meetings, bring ideas and creative energy to the group, and
implement strategies as assigned, including engaging with the
organization on social media platforms, promoting the social
media accounts of the organization.
Strategic Planning Committee
Providing technical advice on a full range of information
technology directions, strategies, policies, plans,
priorities and needs vital to the members. The task
force will bring emerging technology issues to the
attention of leadership and will provide technical
guidance on the advantages, disadvantages and
potential impact of these issues.
ORRA's four specialty groups are open to all ORRA members, all year long. To join a council, visit each council's section of the ORRA website for an application.
Councils offer educational and networking events tailored for those with a common interest.
Independent Small Brokers
The Council holds focus group meetings to solicit broker input on industry and community issues affecting their day-to-day activities. The Council will ascertain the wants, needs and concerns of our Independent Small Brokers.
Global Real Estate Council of Orlando
Presents information and networking opportunities to increase members' international real estate transactions. (Annual fee: $55)
Orlando Regional Commercial Council
Provides continuing education and networking forums to enhance REALTOR® success in commercial business. (Free)
ORRA Property Management Council
Meets to discuss market trends and hosts educational presentations by property management experts. (Free)
Young Professionals Network
Helps young real estate professionals excel in their careers by providing tools and encouragement via mentors, networking events, and community service projects.
Plans social and networking programs for the association.
ORRA/Florida REALTORS® Action Forum
Professional Development Forum
Seeks to improve REALTOR® professionalism and productivity via educational programming suitable for all segments of the ORRA membership.
REALTORS® Political Action
Supports advocacy activities and political candidates at the national, state, and local levels through fundraising
ORRA TASK FORCE
Bylaws and Policy Task Force
Reviews ORRA's governing documents to ensure they remain current to Florida Real Estate Commission, Florida REALTORS®, and National Association of REALTORS® rules.
Facilities Task Force
Oversees the physical assets of the association and reviews bids for maintenance repairs, improvements, and furnishings. It also recommends expenditures.
Standards Task Force