Examiner Committee

The overall goal of the Examiner committee is to develop and publish the quarterly Examiner Magainze. Committee members are responsible for securing, proofreading and editing all content for the electronic magazine as well as serving as liasions with other committees to ensure content is relevant and up-to-date.

Education Committee

The VLTA Education Committee is responsible for securing educational content for VLTA events including webinars, Regional Events, Annual Convention and online courses. The committee is responsible for development and review of certification programs as well as oversight of the Title Insurance Pre-Licensing course.

Member Resources Committee

The overall goal of the Member Resources Committee is to increase VLTA's membership through member retention and outreach and to take the message of VLTA to its members and to the community at large using social media, press releases, advertising, and direct communications. 

Events Committee

The VLTA Events Committee is resposible for securing venues for Regional Events and Annual Convention, as well as planning event activities including games and entertainment, staffing events with volunteers, and facilitating valuable networking opportunities for members. 

Legislative Affairs & Political Action Committee

The overall goal of the Legislative Affairs & Political Action Committee is to advance the mission of the Association through relationship development and legislative action while working with VLTA's lobbyist in drafting and presentation of legislation proposed by the membership. The committee is responsible for developing ongoing relationships with key partners such as the Bureau of Insurance, the Housing Commission, the Clerks of Court, and other agencies and associations. Committee members represent VLTA members' interests to legislators, regulators, and other contacts.

The VLTA Political Action Committee (PAC) plays a vital role in representing the legislative interests of your industry. Led by a committee consisting of volunteers and Board of Directors, the PAC committee identifies important individuals and organizations requiring support to benefit the industry.