Morrow Elected Secretary of NAHB Executive Officers Council

Matt Morrow
HBA CEO Matt Morrow

Home Builders Association of Greater Springfield CEO Matt Morrow was elected by his peers Friday to serve in the office of Secretary of the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) Executive Officers Council (EOC). Annual election of EOC senior officers took place as a part of the NAHB Association Leadership Institute held last week in New Orleans, LA.

As one of three Senior Officers elected to lead the EOC board of directors, Morrow will work closely with other senior NAHB leadership on public policy issues, professional development and education, and association management matters of importance to the home building industry in the greater Springfield area, NAHB, and more than 700 state and local builders associations nationwide. He was elected by peer association executives to serve a one-year term as secretary in 2013. The organization utilizes a three-year senior officer leadership track. Morrow’s election as national secretary puts him in line to take office as NAHB EOC President in 2015.

The National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) is a national trade association of more than 140,000 members that helps promote the policies that make housing a national priority. Since 1942, NAHB has been serving its members, the housing industry, and the public at large.

The Executive Officers Council (EOC) of NAHB is a professional organization of association executives who manage the more than 700 local and state builder associations affiliated with NAHB.  The EOC represents full and part-time executives of local and state builder associations affiliated with NAHB.  In addition to its members, the activities and services of the EOC benefit the members of the NAHB-affiliated associations, the NAHB federation as a whole, the housing industry, the housing consumer, and the Executive Officers Councils of affiliated state associations.

To read full bios of Morrow and the rest of the HBA of Greater Springfield staff team, click here.