Resident Owned Communities elect ROC Association Directors to ensure community involvement in the governance of ROC USA and to provide a strong voice in the planning and shaping of ROC USA’s work.
It's time to elect an East, Midwest and South Region Director to represent Resident Owned Communities on the ROC Association and the ROC USAⓇ Boards of Directors.
Nominations due: October 17
New England Region Election is Complete!
Thanks to all who cast a ballot.
2022 Election Information
This fall, resident owned communities in the East, Midwest and South region will elect a fellow leader to directly represent ROCs on the ROC Association and the ROC USA® Boards of Directors.
ROCs elect Directors to the ROC USA, LLC Board of Directors, helping ensure community involvement in the governance of ROC USA and providing a strong voice in the planning and shaping of ROC USA’s work.
One Director is elected from each of three regions and serves a three-year term. The maximum any Director can serve is six years.
Directors take part in all ROC USA Board meetings (usually held in Washington, D.C., three times per year) and the annual ROC Leadership Institute in June. Directors’ expenses for all these events are paid for by ROC USA. All that is required is a Director’s time and dedication.
How it Works
- Interested candidates submit a nomination form along with a 400-600 word biography and a photo.
Note: Candidates must be nominated by their own ROC’s Board of Directors.
- Each ROC in the East, Midwest and South Region receives a ballot and candidate profiles of all nominees. Every ROC Board gets one vote for the candidate to represent them.
- The new ROC Association Director is announced after quorum is reached.
Nominations forms are being sent to each ROC Board in mid-September. You can also download one below.
See who is running for the ROC Association Director position to represent New England ROCs!
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