The 2019 AMC Call for Speakers is Now Open

Interested in sharing expertise, real-world strategies and knowledge with others? NAHB is seeking your best education session ideas to meet the key topics of interest geared for state and local home builders association (HBA) professionals. Business and industry association experts are invited to submit proposals to present at the 2019 AMC taking place July 23-26, 2019, in Baltimore, Md.

The deadline for speaker submissions is January 25, 2019. 

Submit session proposals using our Call for Speakers Portal. 

Association Management Conference (AMC)

The AMC is the premier professional development conference for HBA Executive Officers/CEOs and staff! This annual event is aimed at helping full-time, part-time and even volunteer EOs continue to build healthier, more productive and more successful associations for their members. Education programs offered focus on all aspects of managing an association, from membership recruitment, retention and development to advocacy, non-dues revenue, governance and everything else in between.

No other event offered through NAHB is quite like the Association Management Conference. Not only will EOs and HBA staff gather to learn, but they will also share their own experiences and network with colleagues from HBAs of all sizes from all kinds of markets.

Whether an EO is new to the Federation or a veteran of the industry, there’s something at the AMC for everyone. But don’t wait to register. This premier development program only comes around once a year. Please review our Cost Breakdown Brochure to assist with your 2019 budgeting needs.

Don’t take our word for it. Read what folks say about the AMC:

“I think this year’s conference was the best I ever attended. Education offered was timely and the way sessions were organized worked extremely well!”

“This conference is undeniably the best bang for my education dollars.”

“This year was my first year to attend as an EO. I wasn’t sure what to expect but glad I made time because I learned so much. Thank you.”

    Who Should Attend

    • Executive officers and staff of state and local home builders' associations

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