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2021 Board of Directors Elections

2020 MIBOR Board of Directors election

MIBOR Board of Directors represents the entire membership and work to empower our members and strengthen the real estate marketplace in Central Indiana. The Board plays a critical role in setting the strategic direction of the organization and is responsible for strategy, policy, and measuring outcomes. MIBOR seeks engaged members who are visionary leaders interested in taking the Association to the next level to serve on our Board of Directors.  
 
The 16-member Board of Directors is the governing body of the MIBOR REALTOR® Association. Directors, after an application review and interview process, are nominated by a nominating committee and elected by membership of their respective district in October to serve a three-year term beginning in January. This year, three seats on the MIBOR Board of Directors will be available for a three-year term beginning in January 2022.

Nominations are currently being accepted for District 1 (Northside Division/Northern Marion County), District 3 (Southside Division/Johnson and Brown County) and all Affiliate members. Members with offices residing in District 1 and 3 and all Affiliate members will be eligible to vote in October.

Are you the visionary leader who will work to ensure that MIBOR continues to empower members and strengthen the marketplace? Those wishing to run for an open seat should complete a Director Candidate Profile sheet by June 28, 2021. Profile forms are reviewed by the Nominating Committee and a slate of candidates is developed. The candidate slate will be announced to the membership in late August. Candidates will campaign at division meetings and other member gatherings. Voting will take place in October. The successful candidates will begin their service in January, 2022.

Click here to meet our current Board of Directors.

Click here to learn more about the roles and responsibilities of our Board of Directors (page 27).

 

DISTRICT MAP:
MIBOR Members' District assignments and accordant voting rights are determined by the Managing Broker's Office location. 

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