NAHB Governance and Leadership
NAHB is a Federation of state and local home builders associations. Each association nominates delegates to the Leadership Council, which are elected by the members at the annual Meeting of the Members. This ensures a voice from every affiliated HBA, both large and small. View the Regional Leadership Map to see the NAHB leadership for each of region of the country.
The Leadership Council provides the policy priorities of the Association to the Board of Directors, which is comprised of directors elected by the Leadership Council. The NAHB Strategic Plan: January 2020-December 2023, adopted by the Board of Directors on Sept. 11, 2019, provides the Association with guidance regarding both resource allocation and policy priorities.
NAHB Senior Officers
The Senior Officers of the Board are elected annually by the Leadership Council. The officers are: Chairman of the Board, First Vice Chairman, Second Vice Chairman, Third Vice Chairman, and the Immediate Past Chairman of the Board.
Dean Mon is NAHB’s 2020 Chairman of the Board.
John “Chuck” Fowke is the First Vice Chairman of the Board.
Jerry Konter is the Second Vice Chairman of the Board.
Alicia Huey is the Third Vice Chairman of the Board.
Greg Ugalde is NAHB’s 2020 Immediate Past Chairman of the Board.
The Senior Officers of the Board are elected annually. This section contains resources for the Senior Officers, including meeting details and materials.
The Leadership Council includes Builder and Associate members who provide direction to the Board of Directors on advocacy issues and industry policy.
Board of Directors
The Board of Directors, comprised of directors elected by the Leadership Council, focuses on the day-to-day business activities of the Association.
NAHB committees give members with common interests an outlet to exchange ideas and develop policy to support the home building industry.
National Area Chairmen
National Area Chairmen are elected by the Board of Directors to represent the interests and concerns of members from their area and the interests of Associate members.
State Representatives serve to keep NAHB leadership informed of key developments within their states and provide service and information to their local associations.