As a member of the HBAF, you are a part of a large network of industry professionals. Member teams are smaller groups of members who work to plan, implement and oversee specific projects within the HBAF. Joining a team is the best way to learn about the HBAF operations and meet other members. Joining a team will also give you unique opportunities to develop leadership skills and gain exposure for you and your company. In order for HBAF projects to remain fresh and exciting a cross section of the membership needs to serve on a team.
Preview the team descriptions below and decide which team you want to join. Complete the information below and a team member will be in contact with you.
Delegate Crew—HBAF members are the lifeblood of the association. This crew is responsible for recruiting new members and retaining current members. Members will plan and execute one membership drive during the calendar year and welcome new members at member mixers. Crew meets monthly, year-round.
Governmental Affairs —advocacy is an important component of the HBAF. The governmental affairs committee coordinates member involvement and acts as a liaison in city and county government. Members keep a pulse on political activities that affect the housing industry. You have the opportunity to meet with local elected officials, discuss ordinances and decide BUILD-PAC contributions. Committee meets monthly, year-round.
Cornhole Tournament—a great way to gather your co-workers for a spirited game of Cornhole. Everyone can play. This committee is responsible for the logistics, selling sponsorships and teams. Involvement is January – May.
Golf– you do not have to know how to play golf or even the rules to participate on this committee. Members will solicit sponsorships, recruit players and volunteer on the day of the tournament. Involvement is April – August.
Casino Night—perhaps the most fun event the HBAF hosts is Casino Night. As a member of this committee, you will sell sponsorships, tickets, and obtain donated items from local businesses for prizes. Involvement is July – November.
Leadership– the HBAF is governed by a Board of Directors. Every year, three new directors are elected to the board. If you are interested in becoming a board member or want more information, please contact Natalie at the office.