NLIHC board seeking new members for election

   The board of directors of the National Low Income Housing Coalition will be electing new board members at its meeting April 18.  According to a news release, “Threshold requirements for consideration for nomination are current NLIHC membership, commitment to NLIHC mission, and is or has been a low income person or is or has worked with low-income people to meet their housing needs.”

   There are 24 positions on the NLIHC Board.  Six are to be filled by low-income people, six by representatives of affiliated state coalitions, six by representatives of allied national organizations, and six are at-large.  Board members are elected for three-year terms and generally serve two terms.

   The board has in-person meetings twice a year in Washington, D.C., and regular committee meetings by conference call throughout the year.

   Information: Mark Allison at mallisonshc-nm@nmia.com or Sheila Crowley at (202) 662-1530, or via e-mail at sheila@nlihc.org

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