2020 NAHB Association
Management Conference

Aug 4-6 | Minneapolis, MN

The health and safety of NAHB's Association Management Conference (AMC) attendees and NAHB staff is our number one priority. We continue to closely monitor the latest guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the World Health Organization regarding COVID-19 and its impact on our events. We will communicate any changes to structure or programming as planning continues and more information becomes available. 

About AMC

The NAHB Association Management Conference is the premier professional development conference for HBA Executive Officers/CEOs and staff. All aspects of the AMC focus on providing full-time, part-time and volunteer EOs with the tangible takeaways they need to build more efficient and effective associations that work harder for their members. Comprehensive education programming includes strategic membership recruitment and retention planning, development, advocacy, non-dues revenue, governance and everything else that contributes to successful association management.

No other NAHB event is quite like the Association Management Conference. At the AMC, Executive Officers and HBA staff gather to learn, share their experiences and network with HBA peers to discuss challenges, crowd source solutions and exchange best practices. Whether an EO is new to the federation or a veteran of the industry, from introductory management sessions to experienced, thought-leader panels, there’s something at the AMC for everyone.



    WHO SHOULD ATTEND

    Executive Officers/CEOs and staff of state and local home builders' associations

    Check out some great feedback from past AMC attendees!

    “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 attending AMC as an EO. I wasn’t sure what to expect but glad I made the time because I learned so much. Thank you.”