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
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
The CRRC Board of Directors (Board) is composed of 11 members:
- Six (6) from Industry members (manufacturers, distributors, suppliers and their trade associations)
- Five (5) from 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.