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.