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Georgia ASHI
Leadership Opportunities

Georgia ASHI is led by its members, for its members. We strongly believe leaders that rise from within the organization allow officers understand the concerns and wishes of the individuals they will be representing.


Chapter Elections are held at the end of each calendar year and a new board consisting of a President, President Elect, Secretary, and Treasurer is installed January 1st. Candidates must be formally nominated by a committee of past presidents, but any member in good standing may recommend a fellow or seek endorsement for themselves.


Other leadership positions that are NOT voted on include an Education Chair and  Webmaster. Additional volunteers are also welcome, and any active member is permitted to attend monthly Board Meetings (as long as they are not closed sessions).


Benefits of seeking leadership and involvement include:

  • Represent ASHI and its membership on a regional and national level.

  • Contribute to ASHI Georgia's mission and execute its vision.

  • Receive recognition for your involvement and support.

  • Build and strengthen professional relationships.

  • Network with individuals across the real estate industry.

  • Enhance your leadership skills.

  • Learn from fellow leaders within the industry.

  • Share your ideas and expertise.

  • Give back to your profession.

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ASHI Georgia leaders are expected to hold open and insightful discussion with their peers about the home inspection industry and ASHI's role within the profession. For all leadership positions, ASHI Georgia searches for individuals who exhibit the following attributes and actions:

  • Act with the utmost integrity on behalf of the organization's best interests.

  • Is committed to the mission and values of the organization.

  • Treats other leaders and staff professionals with respect.

  • Takes advantage of opportunities to become more educated about the organization and its environment.

  • Avoids conflicts of interests.

  • Acts on behalf of the broad mission and long-term interests of the organization, not on the interests of a single constituency.

  • Follows through on commitments and communicates with teammates when challenges arise.


Time commitments and specific responsibilities vary depending on the leadership role. Speak with your ASHI Georgia officers for more details if interested. 

Leadership Appication

Leadership Application

ASHI Georgia is accepting applications for leadership positions to further its mission to advance the home inspection profession through education, standards, and advocacy. Supporting ASHI Georgia programming and serving on the board provides incredible opportunities to expand your network, gain new skills, and enhance your career.

Members are encourages to nominate other fellows for the formal Nomination Committee, or they may request endorsement by the Committee. 

2023 ASHI Leadership Application

Application for President-Elect, Treasurer, Secretary, and Director.

Position(s) for which you want to be considered

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Are you a voting ASHI GA member in good standing for at least a year or longer?
Have you served in an ASHI GA Leadership position in the past?

Applicant Questions

Acknowledgment of Duty as an ASHI Georgia Officer or Director


To All prospective ASHI Georgia nominees to Officers and Board of Directors, 

Conflict of Interest

Any member of ASHI serving on a committee or the Board of Directors must report, based on the agenda, any actual or potential conflict of interest to the other members at the beginning of the meeting. And, if this conflict comes up unexpectedly during a business meeting, the meeting must be interrupted, and the conflict reported to the other Board or Committee attendees. The conflict typically means a personal business or financial interest or a particular person or family interest of some kind on a matter to be considered. After being reported a decision should be made by both the individual involved and the rest of the meeting attendees if the conflict creates a problem in reaching an impartial decision on the subject being considered. If it does, even just arguably, the member should not vote and in most cases, leave the meeting during the ensuing discussion and any vote.  

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