SACRAMENTO, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Four new members have been appointed to the California Homebuilding Foundation (CHF) Board of Trustees, each beginning a three-year term.
The Sacramento-based Foundation’s newest trustees are: Alan Boudreau, Founder and President for Boudreau Pipeline Corporation, Corona, CA; Gary Ryness, Chairman for The Ryness Company, Danville, CA; Laura Ulanoski, Vice President, Operations for the BIASC Orange County Chapter; and Donald Babbitt, Director of Forward Planning for Warmington Residential, Pleasanton, CA.
CHF’s 2016 chair, Joan Marcus-Colvin, Chief Marketing Officer for The New Home Company, says, “Our Foundation is extremely pleased to welcome these new trustees to our board. They bring their experience and leadership and more importantly, highlight their desire to serve and give back to our industry.”
In 2017, the Foundation will welcome John Orr, Program Consultant for the North State Building Industry Foundation, as the new chair; John Morton, Senior Project Manager for Consol, as vice chair; Colleen Edwards, Marketing Director for River Islands, as treasurer; and Dave Cogdill, President/CEO of CBIA, as secretary.
The Board of Trustees oversees the Foundation’s activities and is responsible for the policies governing the CHF. The 2016-2017 board currently has 16 trustees (two open seats), two CBIA State, one honorary and 18 life trustees serving the Foundation. The CHF Board of Trustees meets three times per year.
The California Homebuilding Foundation (CHF) is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization representing California’s homebuilding industry. CHF’s mission is to ensure the continued success of the homebuilding industry through the development of its current and future workforce, funding pertinent research, and honoring exemplary industry leaders. The Foundation is the presenter of California’s top industry award, Hall of Fame.
Go to www.mychf.org for more information on programs and services provided by the California Homebuilding Foundation.