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National Area Chairmen

National Area Chairmen Overview

NAHB’s National Area Chairmen are elected by the Leadership Council to represent the interests and concerns of members from their area and the interests of Associate members. They work closely with the Senior Officers of the Board, forming a vital communications link between NAHB and the leaders and members in each area as well as Associate members.

2022 National Area Chairmen

Gary Campbell – Area 1: Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Vermont

Eric Willson – Area 2: New Jersey, New York

Shawn Callahan – Area 3: Delaware, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia and District of Columbia

Tim Williams – Area 4: Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina

Frank Severino – Area 5: Florida, Puerto Rico

William Owens – Area 6: Kentucky, Ohio, West Virginia

Taylor Burton – Area 7: Alabama, Tennessee

George “Geep” Moore – Area 8: Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi

Kevin Chaffin – Area 9: Illinois, Indiana, Michigan

Tim Ruth – Area 10: Iowa, Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota, Wisconsin

Tim Shigley – Area 11: Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, Oklahoma

Tim Jackson – Area 12: Texas

Ed Castelhano – Area 13: Arizona, Colorado, Nevada, New Mexico, Utah, Wyoming

Daniel Lloyd – Area 14: California, Hawaii

Rick Massey – Area 15: Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, Washington

Monica Sommerfeldt Lewis and Rich Robinson – National Associate Chairs

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