Board Roles & Responsibilites

The Board of Directors is elected by the membership for a three year term. The Board meets monthly, and attendance is expected.

Board of Directors

The Board of Directors set policy for the Lakeshore Home Builders Association. Board of directors set up and carry out association objectives, see that projects adopted and carried out are in the best interest of the home building industry, control property and management of the Lakeshore HBA, adopt budget and authorize expenditures, help Committee Chairpersons and prepare them for leadership roles in the Lakeshore HBA. Each Board member, with the exception of the President, serves on at least one Committee.

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The President of the Association shall appoint, or accept, volunteers for all Committee Chairpersons, except otherwise stated in the By-Laws. The President shall serve as Chairperson of the Executive Committee. The President shall preside over all membership and Board meetings of the HBA. The President is considered an ex-officio member of every standing Committee. The President shall be the spokesperson for HBA positions, as seen by the industry and community at large. If the President so designates, another member of the Board, or the Vice President, shall act in his place.

Vice President

The Vice President presides at meetings in the absence of the President. The Vice President serves as a member of the Finance and Nominating Committees.


The Treasurer keeps officers and directors aware of budget, income and expenses, render financial statements as required by the Board of Directors, and serves as Chairperson of the Finance Committee.


The Secretary keeps the official minutes of all Board of Directors Meetings.

State Directors

State Directors represent local HBA on State Board, provide liaison between local and state HBA, promote local interest, participation and attendance of State meetings and events.

National Directors

National Directors represent local HBA on the NAHB Board of Directors. They encourage attendance at all national functions, keep the membership informed of actions of the NAHB Board, and make reports to the Board and general membership after each NAHB Board Meeting.