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2024 Membership Committees

Baldwin REALTORS® has created these committees to enrich the membership through opportunities of growth, education, networking, and community investment.

Attainable Housing

  • 2024 Chair: Winford McGaster

  • Staff Liaison: Jennifer Foutch


A group to work on creative solutions, and marketing to improve homeownership in Baldwin County for all people.

Broker Involvement

  • 2024 Chair: Kendall Wahlert

  • Staff Liaison: Allison Woodham


Workgroup focus to formally ask and learn what Brokers need from association regarding training, education and other needs. Also, may need to develop materials and formulate plans and activities to further engage brokers. Some support information will come from other groups, surveys and meetings.

Community Service

  • 2024 Chair: Natasha Winter

  • Staff Liaison: Kayla Sanders


To find, select, and support projects that involve the membership to benefit the community. This could include fundraising efforts, service days, drives etc., focusing on those issues and needs which highlight real estate. To ensure the Core Standards requirements for the Association are met each year.


  • 2024 Chair: Evelyn Hall

  • Staff Liaison: Allison Woodham


The Diversity Committee exists to foster efforts of diversity and inclusiveness internally (for our members) and externally (for Baldwin County residents of all race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familial status, national origin, sexual orientation, or gender identity).


  • 2024 Chair: Veronica Bishop

  • Staff Liaison: Jennifer Buxton


The Events Committee shall be responsible for development of networking and social events for the REALTORS®. They shall also be responsible for reviewing and updating current & future calendar events. Evaluate and enhance networking events to promote REALTOR® development, relationship building, and professionalism for all members serving the different regions and markets of Baldwin County.


  • 2024 Chair: Susan Shallow

  • Staff Liaison: Leanne Murray


To oversee the financial affairs of the Association. Annually assists the staff in preparation of the association and MLS budget and makes recommendations to the Board of Directors for approval.


*Requirements to serve on Finance Committee – must meet at least one of the following:

  1. Served on the BCAR Board of Directors

  2. Served as a committee chair

  3. Membership for at least 5 years

  4. Hold a professional certification:  Financial Banker, Planner or CPA


  • 2024 Chair: Brian Britt

  • Staff Liaison: Dusti Hafner


To continue to monitor all forms and agreements provided by the Association on behalf of its members to support their efforts in the practice of Real Estate.

Government & Political Affairs

  • 2024 Chair: Hanh Hua

  • Staff Liaison: Jennifer Foutch


Must be willing to be in the eyes and ears of the Association by staying abreast of federal, state and local legislation affecting real estate. Be willing to travel to Montgomery to represent BCAR at AAR during called or scheduled meetings. Provide a verbal or written report back to the Board of Directors at the next regularly scheduled BOD meetings. Stays abreast of federal, state and local legislation affecting real estate within the Baldwin County community. Organizes appropriate association action to ensure the enactment of sound legislation. To be willing to attend local planning and zoning, town hall, insurance, election and school board meetings on a regular basis to keep aware of agendas being proposed that could have unforeseen effect on the real estate industry, private property rights and our membership. Quarterly written reports to be submitted to the Board of Directors. In addition, to coordinate and schedule any candidate forums to educate our members and to recommend candidates for monetary support.

Grievance (Limited to REALTORS)

  • 2024 Chair: Susan Bibby

  • Staff Liaison: Jennifer Foutch


The Grievance Committee acts as “Grand Jury” to review all alleged violations of the Code of Ethics and request for arbitration of business disputes from the public or members regarding alleged violation of the Code of Ethics. Must have minimum three years of experience in order to qualify for serving and attend annual training.

Nominating (Limited to Past BOD & Presidents)

  • 2024 Chair: Rachel Romash-Reese

  • Staff Liaison: Jennifer Foutch


Per Section 4, election of officers and directors (Bylaws of the Baldwin County Association of REALTORS®, Inc.) The Nominating Committee shall select one candidate for each office and one candidate for each place to be filled on the Board of Directors. Nomination slate shall be mailed to each member eligible to vote at least 3 weeks preceding the election. Additional candidates for offices to be filed may be placed in nomination by petition signed by at least 10% of the REALTOR® members eligible to vote. The petition to be filed with the Chief Staff Executive at least two weeks before the election. 

Professional Development

  • 2024 Chair: Stephanie Jenkins-Vordermark

  • Staff Liaison: Allison Woodham


To work closely with BCAR Education Coordinator to organize, plan, promote, and conduct a comprehensive program of educational opportunities, seminars, and CE course for Association members. Focus to be on Professionalism, Code of Ethics, and member career advancement.

  1. Develop Training and Mentoring Programs for New Agents

  2. Develop specific courses for social media and technology training

  3. Offer non-CE courses to increase members’ technological expertise and (Facebook, Linked-In, Twitter, Dropbox and MLS Syndication)

Professional Standards (Limited to REALTORS)

  • 2024 Chair: Larry Chason

  • Staff Liaison: Jennifer Foutch


For the careful and fair enforcement of the Code of Ethics through the hearing of cases involving unethical conduct complaints against members. Hold arbitration hearings. Keeps members informed on the Code of Ethics. Note: Must have served on the Grievance Committee for a minimum of two years to be eligible to serve on the Professional Standards committee.

Property Management

  • 2024 Chair: Paul Powers

  • Staff Liaison: Dusti Hafner


Committee to be those involved in rental of real property both short- and long-term to determine tools and services the Association could use to support the members.


  • 2024 Chair: Sondra Blackwell

  • Staff Liaison: Jennifer Buxton


To work closely with the BCAR President, Board of Directors and AE to establish an outline a plan for educating the membership on the importance of contributing to ARPAC, what ARPAC does for the Real Estate industry and private property rights. To plan several different fundraisers to help raise money toward achieving 100% of the BCAR ARPAC goal as determined by AAR and NAR.

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