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Join the AIBD Board of Directors: Nominations Now Open

Published 17 days ago • 1 min read

The American Institute of Building Design thrives on the guidance and dedication of our Board of Directors, a team committed to steering our mission forward.

Board Nominations for 2024/2025:The Nominating Committee has diligently prepared a slate of candidates for the upcoming term (July 2024 - August 2025), recognizing both incumbents and new positions available for passionate members eager to make a difference:

How to Nominate:We invite you to step forward or nominate a fellow member who embodies the spirit of leadership and commitment to our community. Visit AIBD.org/boardform to submit your nomination. Following your submission, kindly encourage an AIBD Professional Member to "second" your nomination by forwarding this email to them.

Nominations will close on April 30, 2024.

Why Serve on the AIBD Board?Serving on the Board is not just about fulfilling a role; it’s about making an impact. It offers:

  • Leadership Opportunities: Shape the future of AIBD and the design profession.
  • Networking: Connect with industry leaders and peers.
  • Personal Growth: Enhance your skills and knowledge.
  • Community Building: Help grow our membership and foster a vibrant community.

Board Member Responsibilities:

  • Participate in all Board meetings (4-6 per year), in-person or remotely.
  • Serve on at least one committee.
  • Support our fundraising and sponsorship efforts.
  • Represent AIBD at industry events.
  • Contribute to member recruitment and community engagement.

Interested or curious about how you can contribute? Please reach out to the Nominations Committee Chairman, Bernie Kern, at bbkerndesigns@gmail.com for more information or to discuss the opportunities available.

Visit AIBD.org/boardform to submit your nomination.

Your Impact Matters:As a volunteer-driven nonprofit, the vitality and success of AIBD hinge on the active participation and leadership of our members. We welcome your enthusiasm, ideas, and leadership to continue advancing our mission.

Thank you for considering this pivotal role within our organization and for your continued support of AIBD. Together, we can achieve remarkable things.

Best regards,
The A-Team

American Institute of Building Design (AIBD)

The American Institute of Building Design (AIBD) is a professional association that promotes the highest standards of excellence in residential building design. AIBD offers a variety of resources to its members, including continuing education, networking opportunities, and marketing assistance. AIBD is a valuable resource for anyone interested in a career in residential building design. If you want to improve your skills, network with other professionals, and stay up-to-date on the latest trends, AIBD is the perfect organization for you.

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