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Leadership Council

Council Overview

The NAHB Leadership Council is made up of Builder and Associate members who have been nominated by their local and state associations to act as the voice of the home building industry as the association discusses industry issues and the policies required to address these issues, and elects the leadership of the association. They are the foundation upon which the national association is built, giving direction — based on their own experience yet weighing the needs of the membership at large — on advocacy issues and industry policy.

All Leadership Council delegates are expected to attend all annual Leadership Council meetings each year and need to attend at least two per year if working towards Life Delegate status. In the case of emergencies, delegates must request an excused absence from the NAHB Third Vice Chair.

Learn more about the Leadership Council nomination process.

Leadership Council
Councils and Committees
Contact: Diane Djordjevic
(202) 266-8171
ddjordjevic@nahb.org

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Policy Resolutions Process
Every delegate of the association can submit any policy resolution or recommendation for consideration by the Leadership Council.

NAHB Policy Resolutions Process

NAHB Policy Resolutions Process

Every delegate of the association can submit any policy resolution or recommendation for consideration by the Leadership Council.
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Video Highlights from 2019 Fall Leadership Meeting
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Video Highlights from 2020 INTERNATIONAL Builders' Show

Video Highlights from 2020 INTERNATIONAL Builders' Show

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<p>Understand NAHB&rsquo;s new governance structure with answers to frequently asked questions.</p>

New Governance Structure FAQs

New Governance Structure FAQs

Understand NAHB’s new governance structure with answers to frequently asked questions.

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