PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE
MEMBER SERVICES COMMITTEE
The Housing Committee addresses legislative, regulatory and policy issues for a wide range of affordable housing issues. The goals of the Housing Committee have been to develop and promote legislation that is feasible to implement with maximum deregulation and flexibility and to promote quality communities that provide adequate
affordable housing with local autonomy. The committee recommends actions and policies to the Executive Board to further and support these goals for the benefit of low-and moderate-income families. The committee through its representation of regional membership facilitates the flow of recommendations on policies and actions from the local level to the National Board of Governors on afford-able housing issues. The Housing Committee can establish separate working groups or task forces that report to the comprised of representation from other standing committees.
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE:
The Professional Development Committee provides policy and direction to promote the growth of the housing and community development profession. Focusing on career enhancement, continuing education, certification and credentialing, technical services, and the improvement of the professional skills of NAHRO members. The committee works closely with the staff and other standing committees.
The charge of the Conference Planning Committee (NCPC) is to analyze, design and develop educational content and events for the conferences & exhibitions. The committee is responsible for planning a program that is timely, relevant, and in scope – but with some local flavor mixed in.
This committee addresses a broad range of issues related to the economic vitality of cities and the development and conservation of neighborhoods, including administrative, legislative, regulatory, and funding issues of community development programs and operations. The committee recommends policies and actions to the Executive Board in support of its primary goal--the achievement of well-planned socially and economically sound communities.
MEMBER SERVICES COMMITTEE:
The Member Services Committee serves those interests of the members which cut across program and professional lines and represents the concerns of special interests groups within the membership, including minorities, commissioners, women and associates. The committee addresses organizational issues such as constitutional change, dues structure, etc. It also works to coordinate supportive products and services provided by the Association, such as conferences, publications, member benefits, and awards.
PNRC NAHRO offers awards to agencies and individuals in specific categories to recognize meritorious efforts in housing and community development activities. WHO MAY APPLY? PNRC NAHRO Agency Members Entrants in the Awards Program are chosen from among the Award Program entries by PNRC NAHRO Awards Committee members who select winners through competition guidelines.
The Scholarship Committee Chairperson is responsible for chairing the Scholarship Committee Meetings at the Annual Meetings
The mandate of the Commissioners Committee is to broaden the constituency, which supports the goals and objectives of the Association and to support programs which increase the ability of commissioners to discharge their responsibilities effectively. To carry out this mandate, committee members must communicate not only with the PNRC NAHRO staff and leadership, but also with the membership and elected public officials at all levels---local, state, and national.