Board of Directors
Homeland Housing is governed by a Board of Directors that consist of thirteen elected representatives from its eleven supporting municipalities:
- The City of St. Albert
- Municipal District of Lesser Slave River No. 124
- Sturgeon County
- Town of Bon Accord
- Town of Gibbons
- Town of Legal
- Town of Morinville
- Town of Redwater
- Town of Westlock
- Village of Clyde
- Westlock County
The Board of Directors is accountable for:
- Strategic Direction
- Financial Stewardship
- Public Relations
The Board of Directors is accountable to:
- The Foundation’s clients
- The supporting municipalities, and
- Residents of those municipalities
The Boards’ Role is to:
- Develop and monitor implementation of governance policies.
- Set the overall direction of the organization, including goals and objectives.
- Ensure the necessary resources are in place to achieve the desired outcomes.
- Delegate responsibility for implementation of policies and day-to-day operations to an Executive Director.
- Evaluate outcomes and results.
- Advocate on behalf of the Foundation to all important stakeholders, including supporting municipalities, other levels of government, clients and the business community.
- In all of its decisions and policies, strive to ensure Homeland Housing is financially healthy and sustainable for the long-term benefit of the communities it serves.