National Nominating Committee Nominates Craig Steinley as 2021 AI Vice President

Craig Steinley, MAI, SRA, AI-GRS, AI-RRS, of Rapid City, South Dakota, was nominated for 2021 Appraisal Institute vice president by the AI National Nominating Committee at its May 6 meeting, which was held via videoconference due to the coronavirus pandemic.

National Nominating Committee Chair Stephen S. Wagner, MAI, SRA, AI-GRS, submitted the committee’s nomination to the AI Board of Directors at its May 7 meeting. Board members may file petitions for additional nominees in accordance with the Appraisal Institute Bylaws. The AI Board of Directors is expected to elect the 2021 vice president at its Aug. 5-6 meeting.

The 2021 vice president will serve as the Appraisal Institute’s 2022 president-elect, 2023 president and 2024 immediate past president, in addition to chairing the Finance Committee in 2021 and the National Nominating Committee in 2024.

Steinley is serving his sixth year as a member of the AI Board of Directors and previously has served as chair of the Audit Committee. He also has served on the Strategic Planning Committee, Professional Liability Insurance Program Committee, Professional Standards and Guidance Committee, and Governance Structure Project Team. He participated three years in the Leadership Development and Advisory Council conference, was president of the Wyoming and Western South Dakota Chapter for two years, and is an education developer and instructor for the Appraisal Institute. 

Steinley also served as 2018 president of the Association of Appraiser Regulatory Officials, and he currently is the secretary/treasurer of the Professional Association of Appraisers of South Dakota. 

He is principal of Steinley Real Estate Appraisals and Consulting in Rapid City, South Dakota, and is a state-certified general appraiser and an Appraisal Qualifications Board-certified Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice instructor. He primarily provides litigation support services. 

Steinley earned a master’s degree in mathematics and bachelor’s degrees in mathematics and in computer science from the South Dakota School of Mines and Technology.

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