The Minnesota Multi Housing Association (MHA)
is a state-wide nonprofit trade organization. With nearly 2,100 members representing more than 250,000 housing units throughout Minnesota, MHA is the voice of the state's multi housing industry.

 

Make the most of your membership. Get involved.     
Committees form the backbone of the Minnesota Multi Housing Association. Getting involved in your association's committee work not only allows you to lend a hand, but it also gives you an opportunity to be heard, share your wisdom, meet new people and help your business.

MHA's committees are listed below, along with a brief description of each. Compare committee activities and duties with your own interests and skills.

Contact the committee's liaison staff member with questions or to indicate your interest. We will then email you with upcoming meeting dates.
 

Charitable Outreach

Develop and execute charitable giving activities to benefit both the community and the reputation of the multi housing industry. 

Contact Juli Schneider



CIC Midwest

(Property Managers & Board Members of Common Interest Communities - owner occupied townhomes, condominiums, cooperatives and homeowner associations.)

Committees for CIC Midwest include: Advisory, Education, Legislative, Cooperatives, Publications, Events & Promotions, Certification Programs, and Membership. 

Contact Connie Anderson



Convention

Coordinate Fall Convention and Product Show.

Contact Stacey Caris



CRM Oversee the Certified Residential Manager curriculum. CRM designation required. Contact Carla Bush


Oversee the Certified Residential Manager curriculum. CRM designation required.

Contact Carla Bush 



CRMT

Oversee the Certified Residential Maintenance Technician program, other maintenance classes, and annual Maintenance Olympics. CRMT designation required.

Contact Carla Bush 



Golf

Plan annual golf tournament. Fundraising, and networking opportunity for General and Product/Service members.

Contact Connie Anderson 



Greater Minnesota


Analyze the needs of Greater Minnesota members and recommends quality programs and services. Identify, recruit, and retain members throughout the state. asdfdsfasdf

Contact Juli Schneider



Hotline

Recruit volunteers for the MHA Hotline. Review Hotline procedures and methods.

Contact Inge Cassidy



Independent Owners

Plan and coordinate educational and networking programs and resources for those who own and manage their own rental properties. Plan and oversee the monthly Investors Club meetings.

Contact Connie Anderson 



Legislative

Oversee MHA’s legislative program. Identify the multi-housing industry’s agenda of legislative goals at the state level and determine MHA’s position on other bill introductions.

Contact Todd Liljenquist




MADACS

Oversee the Industry Awards, “Multi Housing Achievement in Design, Advertising and Community Support” (MADACS). This program recognizes outstanding people, properties and services in Minnesota’s multi-housing industry.

Contact Carla Bush 



Membership/Orientation

Promote membership recruitment, retention, and appreciation as the responsibility of all MHA members. Plan and execute membership contests.

Contact Connie Anderson 



Municipal Affairs

Oversee MHA’s Municipal Affairs program. Monitor regulations and fees and help determine MHA’s position and course of action. Work pro-actively with city government on multi-housing issues. This committee usually meets in city subcommittees on an as-needed basis.

Contact Marty McDonough



Product Service Ambassadors
(Product Service Members only)

Serve as emissaries to the general membership and assist Product/Service members in maximizing their membership benefits.

Contact Stacey Caris

 

Professional Education

Oversee Perspective, monthly breakfast meetings, and the educational programs offered at the Fall Convention. Develop programs to meet the educational needs of the membership.

Contact Carla Bush

 

Strategic Public Relations

Plan and execute the association's public relations plan and related activities which enhance the rental housing industry and the public image of renting.

Contact Mary Rippe

 

Emerging Leaders


Help educate and develop the future leaders of the multi-housing industry by planning pertinent discussion groups, educational opportunities and social outings geared toward the young professional. 

Contact Juli Schneider

 

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