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The Greater Los Angeles Chapter of Community Associations Institute announces a call for nominations to serve on the Chapter’s Board of Directors.  The term is for three (3) years to begin in January 2012. Four(4) board seats are available; One of those must be occupied by a Community Association Volunteer Leader from our member HOAs. The election will be held on Wednesday, November 16, in conjunction with the Educational Luncheon.


The Board’s 13 members are responsible for the Chapter’s policy and governance and reflect CAI’s multi-disciplinary membership with at least two (2) Community Association Volunteer Leaders; three (3) Community Association Managers or Management Company representatives; three (3) Business Partners; and seven (7) At-Large Members.  Furthermore, no one representation group may comprise more than 50% of the board.  To ensure there is equitable representation on the Board, only one representative (including principals and employees) from a member firm, association, company, or organization is eligible to run for, or sit on, the Board at any one time.

Currently the 2011 Board of Directors consists of six (6) Business Partners; five (5) Community Association Managers; and two (2) Community Association Volunteer Leaders.  The 2012 board will include the following continuing members from 2011 (excluding board members who may be re-elected):  five (5) Business Partners; three (3) Community Association Managers; and one (1) Community Association Volunteer Leader. 

Board service requires a commitment to attend at least 10 regularly scheduled board meetings each year as well as an ability to perform additional Chapter service each month and attend the majority of Chapter events.  Furthermore, only Chapter members in good standing are eligible for nomination to the Board of Directors.


Candidates eligible for election to the Board of Directors should 1) have been Chapter members in good standing for at least two (2) years; 2) be regular attendees at Chapter events; and 3) have served on a Chapter committee or otherwise served consistently as a speaker at Chapter programs or contributor of articles to Focus Magazine.


Candidates should also have a demonstrable record of both leadership ability and an ability to work with people.

Homeowner candidates should have performed successfully on their own association’s board and attended or participated in CAI-sponsored education programs.


Individuals interested in serving on the Chapter’s Board must submit a brief biography and 50 words describing why they would like to be a Director and what valuable qualities and talents they would bring to the Board as a Director, ensuring receipt in the Chapter office no later than Thursday, September 15, 2011.   Scroll down to obtain a Nomination Form.


The Nominating Committee will determine if you meet the basic qualifications. If all is in order, your name will be placed on the ballot.