About the AFSC®

The Association of Feng Shui Consultants (AFSC®) is an independent, non-profit organization run on a voluntary basis by a committee elected from the membership.  Established in 2005,  the AFSC® is one of the largest Feng Shui associations in the world. Association membership is open to consultants, students, training institutes and related organizations world wide.

AFSC® members work with residential, small business and commercial projects and are qualified Feng Shui professionals committed to the Association’s Code of Ethics. AFSC® membership denotes a commitment to professionalism and has been developed to maintain, support, educate and share the passion for Feng Shui.

Our dedication to inform and educate the public about Feng Shui and commitment to the ongoing education of our members makes the Association of Feng Shui Consultants one of the world’s leading Feng Shui membership-based organizations .

Our Values:

  • Promote the integrity and benefits of Feng Shui to the public
  • Promote continuing education for our Members
  • Promote, develop and monitor competence in the practice of Feng Shui
  • Develop relationships with professional Training Institutes
  • Set professional standards for Feng Shui
  • Inform and educate the public about Traditional Feng Shui and provide a list of consultants for their convenience.
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MEET OUR COMMITTEE FOR 2016/2017

Members of the committee are volunteers dedicated to maintaining the AFSC®’s position as a premier Feng Shui Association.

Committee members are obliged to sign a non-circumvention and non-disclosure agreement to protect sensitive membership, committee meeting and planning information. This agreement applies during their role on the committee and also after their tenure ceases.

All committee members who remain active for 12 months receive Honorary Membership of the AFSC® for the following year and free attendance to AFSC® events during their tenure on the committee, provided they do not miss more than three committee meetings in succession.

Pperrie-burton---president-afscRESIDENT – Perrie Burton

The President oversees decisions on behalf of the Committee and the AFSC, chairs meetings, oversees all aspects of running the Association, receives reports from Committee members, makes sure everyone is carrying out their job, resolves any problems within the Committee, and speaks on behalf of the Association. Non-routine jobs are delegated to Committee members.

ID photo AFSC KONYVICE PRESIDENT – Kony Kang

To be the President’s support system, be the first point of contact for Association matters, answer enquiries from our main email address and represent the President in all matters specified by the President. They are also responsible for organising the AFSC Annual Conference. To field enquiries that members, prospective members and the general public have regarding AFSC. Should the President not be available, they deputise for the President in their absence.

lizetteSECRETARY – Lizette Akouri

Responsibilities: To announce and record the minutes for all Committee Meetings. To issue Membership Certificates to new and renewing Professional and Accredited members. To file minutes of meetings, ensure their accuracy and availability, submit various reports to the Committee, fulfil any other requirements of a Committee Member, and perform other duties as the need arises. To organise meetings, elections and agendas, and to take minutes at each Committee Meeting.

rosie-cravenTREASURER – Rosie Craven

Responsibilities: To keep records of all monetary transactions of the Association. To prepare annual financial statements and report to regulatory board annually. To pay accounts on behalf of the Association as necessary. To be signatory on the bank account, and to issue invoices as required by Members. To reconcile the accounts on a monthly basis, and present a report at every Committee Meeting. To manage the Membership payments in a timely fashion.

2017 AFSC.jpg georgeEDUCATION CO-ORDINATOR – George Bennis

Responsibilities: To be a point of contact for all Corporate Member: Training Institutes. To review and approve all Training Institute applications and actively seek new members to become a recognised Training Institute. To oversee the Accreditation Programme as it relates to training of AFSC Members. To ensure a good mix of educational programmes are run at AFSC events and to oversee all content on the AFSC website.

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