The ASHI election is over, and newly elected board members and officers are in place and on the job. I ask you to join me in congratulating and supporting everyone who begins their term this month, January 2021.
As one of the candidates, I can confidently say that we did not have winners or losers in our election; however, we did have some candidates, like me, who did not receive as many votes as others. I am honored that I had the support of many members, I am grateful for everyone at ASHI, and I am energized to find ways to volunteer and show my support for ASHI’s newly elected board and officers.
All of us, as members of the American Society of Home Inspectors, have a duty and obligation to help make our society as strong as possible.
In fact, all of the candidates who ran for elected positions can continue to demonstrate their passion for ASHI by volunteering to serve in a variety of ways.
There are numerous opportunities to volunteer for ASHI. Send an email to ASHI HQ at email@example.com to find out more, and stay alert to invitations described in Newsroom email updates and on the ASHI website (search for Leadership Opportunities).
Be a Mentor
Guide and connect with new and future home inspectors by participating in ASHI’s mentorship program. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or search for Mentorship Program or Mentor Application Form on the ASHI website.
Join a Committee
The Member Relations Committee welcomes home inspectors who are willing to give their time to continue to move ASHI forward. Send an email with your interest to email@example.com or search for Committees and Task Forces on the ASHI website.
Lead by example
Talk to your fellow home inspectors, and seek out opportunities to participate and lead efforts in your community, your chapter and your national society.
In short, please join those of us who are active volunteers for ASHI.
As a longtime ASHI member and volunteer, I know that the ideas and efforts of volunteers help ASHI grow stronger. At the same time, volunteers grow professionally and personally by serving as leaders in ASHI’s efforts.
I hope you will find ways to maintain your commitment to ASHI on the chapter or national level.
ASHI needs you. Thank you.