Committees Leadership

 

2017/2018 Committee Sign Up! Get Involved !

The Mortgage Bankers Association of the Carolinas would like you to become a committee volunteer!

Committees will meet almost exclusively via conference calls throughout the year to make it easier for you to participate.  Your voice, your ideas, your insight are the things that move the association forward and it is important to be involved.  Don't just be a member.  Get involved.  Lead our association into the future.

Below is a list of the 2017/2018 committees.  If you have signed up in the past, PLEASE SIGN UP AGAIN THIS YEAR. We are starting with a new slate of committee members and have some new ideas for making committee work more satisfying and engaging. 

You can view full committee descriptions below.

Please identify the committee(s) which best fit(s) your volunteer interests and talents.  You may e-mail Robin at robinw@mbac.org.  Call her with any questions you may have. (817) 319-9700

Welcome on board for the great adventures that are before us.

The committee will identify individuals qualified to apply for CMB. They will provide mentors for candidates and assist candidates through the requirements. The committee will promote all the professional designations among MBAC members, especially the Certified Mortgage Banker.
Organize and orchestrate the annual convention of the Association held in the fall of each year. Work with other committees to prepare the program and meeting arrangements as necessary.
The Executive Committee is made up of the current MBAC Officers, the Immediate Past President and the Chair of Long Range Planning. The Executive Director is a member.
The Grievance Committee handles any complaints against MBAC Member Firms.
Monitor legislative activity in the state and inform the Association. Maintain regular communication with each Lobbyist to propose, evaluate, and recommend policies to the Board of Directors with respect to the state legislation. Act as a liaison with the Legislature to obtain state legislation consistent with Association policies.
Monitor legislative activity in the state and inform the Association. Maintain regular communication with each Lobbyist to propose, evaluate, and recommend policies to the Board of Directors with respect to the state legislation. Act as a liaison with the Legislature to obtain state legislation consistent with Association policies.
Provide timely information and education to the local associations in connection with the activities of the Political Action Committee. Work closely with the NC and SC Legislative Committees and the Lobbyists for each state. Collect contributions to fund financial obligations of the Legislative Committee and Political Action Committee. Work with local associations on fund raising efforts for the Political Action Committee.
MBAC, Inc. Board of Directors
Recruit and solicit new member firms and individuals. Communicate with existing members in working toward retention. Evaluate applications for membership for compliance with By-Laws of the Association and make recommendations to the Board
Presidents of Local Associations and Local Leadership
Coordinate and promote the MBAC Scholarships among member firms and all colleges and universities in North and South Carolina. Evaluate candidates for the scholarship and select recipients each year. The committee is also responsible for the promotion and evaluation of nominations for the Mortgage Banker and Associate/Affiliate Award to be given each year. The committee will evaluate nominations and select the recipients.
Identify potential corporate sponsors for MBAC events. Contact the potential sponsors and solicit sponsorships as proposed by the committee
The Upstate Mortgage Lenders Associationis a nonprofit corporation, with its principal place of business in Greenville, SC. UMLA is organized as a Chapter of the Mortgage Bankers Association of the Carolinas, Inc. and is created to promote the welfare of its members and to improve their service to the community.
Determine areas of mutual interest for members of the Association and loan sellers and loan purchasers. Act as a liaison between MBAC and the state Brokers Association to promote common interests and directions. Develop policy statements concerning the wholesale operating procedures.