The solicitation period for members to submit volunteers to national NAHRO has closed. If you missed the deadline and you are interesting in serving during the 2023-2025 leadership term, please contact your Regional President. To access the fillable PDF form, copy the link below to your browser, then either open in the browser or download the fillable form to send to your Regional President – visit: https://bit.ly/3UETteU To view the Regional President Roster, visit: http://bit.ly/3monjaS
The Commissioners Committee serves to broaden the constituency supporting the goals and objectives of the Association, supports programs to expand the skills of commissioners to effectively discharge their responsibilities and works with staff, leadership and membership at all levels of NAHRO in order to fulfill these purposes.
COMMUNITY REVITALIZATION AND DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE
The Community Revitalization and Development Committee deliberates upon a wide range of community development issues related to the economic vitality of cities and the development and conservation of neighborhoods. The Committee examines administrative, legislative, regulatory and funding matters within community development programs and operations. CR&D recommends policies to the BOG in support of its primary goal: the achievement of well-planned, socially and economically
The Housing Committee is responsible for a broad range of legislative, regulatory, administrative, appropriations, and grant-related issues. Its sphere of activity extends to a wide range of housing programs, including, but not limited to, Public Housing, Section 8 tenant-based programs, and Section 8 project-based programs. The Committee, by fulfilling its resolution-passing function, recommends policies and actions to the BOG. These policies and actions further the goal of providing adequate and affordable housing for low- and moderate-income families.
INTERNATIONAL RESEARCH AND GLOBAL EXCHANGE COMMITTEE (IRGE)
The International Research and Global Exchange Committee (IRGE) Committee promotes and shares global exchanges of information and develops relationships that assist NAHRO membership and all those engaged in the development and operation of housing and community development programs. IRGE committee members serve as NAHRO’s ambassadors for good will, relationship buildingand information sharing with organizations with a similar mission around the world.
MEMBER SERVICES COMMITTEE
The Member Services Committee’s goal is to achieve member satisfaction and grow NAHRO by providing networking opportunities, membership outreach, current technology, quality customer service, and recognition of excellence. The Committee serves the interests of the members that cut across program and professional lines and represents the concerns of special interest groups within the membership including emerging leaders, minorities, commissioners and women. The committee addresses organizational issues such as constitutional changes and dues structure. It also works to coordinate supportive products and services provided by the Association, such as conferences, publications, insurance, member benefits, and awards.
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE
The Professional Development Committee focuses on areas of career identification and advancement, provides guidance to staff on training and education products and services, and seeks to enhance the professionalism of NAHRO members and housing and community development practitioners generally.
BOARD OF ETHICS AND CREDENTIALING TRUSTEES (BECT)
The Board of Ethics and Credentialing Trustees (BECT) is an autonomous board created by the NAHRO BOG that has purview over NAHRO Certification, the NAHRO Code of Professional Conduct and related areas. Through the BECT, NAHRO continues to be at the forefront of promoting ethical behavior and continued competency of professionals
in the housing and community development industry.
BUSINESS PARTNERS COUNCIL
BUSINESS PARTNERS COUNCIL is an organization of NAHRO agency members who supply goods and services to the low- and moderate-income housing and community development industry.
DIVERSITY EQUITY AND INCLUSION ADVISORY COMMITTEE (DEIAC)
This newly-formed (2017) advisory committee represents NAHRO’s commitment to Diversity, Equity and Inclusion. DEIAC is currently developing a diversity framework, which will be used to engage NAHRO members at all levels, whether chapter, regional or national. NAHRO has at various times examined the issue of diversity and these efforts produced a Diversity Statement, adopted by the BOG in 2013.
The purpose of the Emerging Leaders, a Subcommittee of the Member Services Committee, is to foster and to encourage professionals, especially those new to the field who are interested in the advancement of the affordable housing and community development industry. The subcommittee identifies initiatives to strengthen NAHRO and make the Association more relevant, inclusive and responsive to the needs and interests of young professionals.
HOUSING AMERICA ADVISORY COMMITTEE (HAAC)
Housing America is NAHRO’s campaign that raises national awareness of the need for and importance of safe, quality, affordable housing through education, advocacy, and empowerment. The campaign is managed by the Housing America Advisory Committee (HAAC), which is composed of a group of NAHRO members with representation from each of the eight regions. Housing America operates under three topics: Education, Empowerment, and Advocacy. The “What Home Means to Me” calendar contest is the signature campaign and tells the stories of youth living in HUD-assisted housing and empowers them. The NAHRO Merit College Scholarship is administered through HAAC. Each October, Housing America Month highlights the work of housing and community development agencies across the nation.
LEGISLATIVE NETWORK ADVISORY COMMITTEE (LNAC)
The Legislative Network Advisory Committee (LNAC) is the member-driven and customer-focused voice of advocacy in the housing and community development industry which calls its members and residents to action and seeks to empower the public. It fosters relationships with legislators so that NAHRO and its members are looked to as industry experts and valued resources for congressional action. LNAC acts as a strong conduit between National NAHRO and its regional and state chapters in communicating compelling and timely information, collecting and disseminating stories and data, and fostering relationships to induce legislators to take positive action.
SMALL AGENCY ADVISORY COMMITTEE
The Small Agency Advisory Committee works to identify the barriers faced by small agencies in administering their programs and the actions that can be taken to remove or ease those barriers.
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