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Associate Members Committee

Committee Overview

The Associate Members Committee represents and serves the interests of NAHB members who provide products and services to home builders, developers and remodelers.

The committee oversees the development of programs, resources and services that make it easier to do business with a builder, developer or remodeler member. The committee also provides guidance and direction for activities, such as Associate Member Appreciation Month, tips and resources, policies and programs that result in increased Associate member representation and involvement within the NAHB federation and the home building and remodeling industry.

The committee has three subcommittees: Advocacy, Leadership & Recognition, and Designations & Training, and an Associate Outreach Network group.

Associate Members Committee
Councils and Committees
Contact: Anne Ladewig
(202) 266-8673
aladewig@nahb.org

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<p>Acknowledging Associate members for their remarkable contributions to the housing industry on multiple levels.</p>

Associate Member Awards

Associate Member Awards

Acknowledging Associate members for their remarkable contributions to the housing industry on multiple levels.

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Leadership Council
<p>Learn more about leadership opportunities within the Associates Committee.</p>

Leadership Opportunities

Leadership Opportunities

Learn more about leadership opportunities within the Associates Committee.

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Networking
<p>Premier Partners receive recognition at Associate Committee meetings, networking events, the Associates&rsquo; Awards Program and in all board meeting materials.</p>

Premier Partners Club Sponsors

Premier Partners Club Sponsors

Premier Partners receive recognition at Associate Committee meetings, networking events, the Associates’ Awards Program and in all board meeting materials.

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