Interested in Joining an IIUSA Committee? Let us Know!

05.01.18 | Archived

subcommitteeIIUSA member committees play an integral role in the formulation of IIUSA policies and procedures and we invite all members of the organization who are interested in IIUSA committee service to submit the committee interest form below. Serving on an IIUSA committee is an excellent way to ensure your voice is heard and to help IIUSA formulate its strategic outlook for the year ahead and beyond.

Committees are tasked with initiatives such as developing industry best practices to providing thoughtful analyses of legislative proposals, to supporting IIUSA’s staff and advisers on efforts ranging from association building to membership growth, and everything in between.

If you are interested in serving on an IIUSA committee, please fill out this form.

Which Committee Interests you?


Develop recommended industry best practices that align the interests between investor, project, and Regional Center to the greatest extent possible by contributing to a transparent and informed marketplace that is defined by the highest degree of professional behavior. Also providing education and resources to comply with ethical business practices for a fair and honest EB-5 marketplace.


Curate IIUSA’s industry-leading quarterly magazine, the Regional Center Business Journal (and other select publications), by providing essential input into the industry data collection/analysis process and carefully considering submissions for publication on various communication platforms.


Track how world events are driving EB-5 investor market demand around the world and report through IIUSA’s various communication platforms, while also providing essential input into IIUSA’s market research efforts that empower member marketing decisions.


Improve IIUSA’s value proposition to members through consistent benefits analysis, recommending new programming, and leading outreach efforts to desirable new members. Also facilitate feedback loop between leadership.


Consider public policy issues, both proactively and reactively, while developing and recommending industry positions for IIUSA’s advocacy and government affairs activities.

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