The CRRC Board of Directors seeks the involvement of interested members to help lead the organization. Directors will uphold the mission of the organization. Those interested in a leadership position should contact the CRRC Executive Director.

What you do:

As a Board member, you will be involved in a leadership capacity on a variety of topics, including:

  • Ensuring a successful future for the CRRC

  • Implementing the organization’s strategic plan

  • Protecting the financial security of the organization

  • Setting policies for the CRRC Rating Programs

  • Serving on the Board Executive Committee (optional and subject to election)

Expectations of the role:

Directors are expected to:

  • Abide by the organization's bylaws, regulations, policies, and procedures, as may be amended from time to time

  • Uphold the fiduciary duties of the Board

  • Serve in the best interests of the organization and provide appropriate direction and commentary

  • Promptly respond to staff requests

  • Uphold confidential information

Time Commitment:

  • Attend five meetings per year (generally 3 in-person, 2 conference calls) to provide input, direction, and make decisions on behalf of the organization

  • Review exhibits prior to meetings

What we’re looking for:

The Board is made up of a diverse group of individuals with myriad skills. If you have experience in one or more of the following areas, you may be a good candidate!

  • Familiarity with the CRRC

  • Understanding of CRRC Membership interests and needs

  • Financial oversight or management

  • Technical expertise in building science or with radiative properties

  • Connections to industry or other stakeholders

  • Strategic planning and visioning

Election Process:

The CRRC Board of Directors (Board) is composed of 11 members:

  • Six (6) from Class A industry members (manufacturers, distributors, suppliers and their trade associations)
  • Five (5) from Class B general interest members (roofing contractors, consultants, non-profit groups, government agencies, educational institutions, testing laboratories, test farms, air quality boards, code bodies, energy service companies, and interested individuals).

CRRC director terms are staggered over a three-year period. An annual election takes place to allow the CRRC Membership to nominate and vote for candidates.