How can I contribute as a Fellow?

Volunteer!  AAML relies on Fellows to actively participate in all Academy activities and to help populate the numerous committees that assist AAML achieve it’s organizational objectives. One of the Academy’s goals is to drive engagement and involve as many Fellows as possible in Committee activity. AAML Committees exist to accomplish specific tasks aligned to the strategic objectives of AAML. Every Fellow has the opportunity annually, to volunteer for up to three committees. Enthusiasm, new ideas, and great insights are always welcome and what makes the AAML Fellowship experience so unique and valued!

 One example of how AAML is dedicated to its Fellows is by creating top-notch and cutting edge CLE. All the Academy’s CLE  programming for the Annual & Midyear events, training seminars and Webinars are entirely built and driven by the outstanding efforts of the AAML Committees. 

As an AAML Fellow, in addition to you self-nominating for these critical governing activities. A Fellow can also nominate deserving colleagues for the Executive Committee, the Board of Governors as well as various AAML professional awards. 

You must already be a Fellow to nominate someone or to volunteer yourself for service on a Committee.  View the complete list of Committees by clicking on the PDF below.  

When you are ready to get engaged, please contact us at

Your interest and involvement in your Academy is greatly appreciated!

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November 5, 2025
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November 4, 2026
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2026 AAML Annual Meeting

June 25, 2024
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