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  • 1. Real Estate Latino Leadership Council of Nor Cal Chapter Development Initiative A strong Leadership. One Mission, One Voice
  • 2. Article IV of National Bylaws -President’s Council
    • Section 4.1 Establishment of President’s Council : The Board may provide for the establishment of a President’s Council. The President’s Council will be comprised of the Presidents of all National Association of Hispanic Real Estate Professionals affiliate organizations in good standing. The Vice Chairman of the National Association of Hispanic Real Estate Professional will serve as the Chairman of the President’s Council Annual Meetings.
    • Section 4.2 Annual Meetings : The council shall meet at least twice annually on dates to be determined by the council, and shall act as a national advisory council to the National Association of Hispanic Real Estate Professionals Board of Directors .
  • 3. Mission of RELLC
      • Transition from an isolationist organization to a regional organization that allows for the development of the infrastructure that empowers the real estate practitioner
  • 4. RELLC’s Organization Chart Council appoints a Chair, Co-Chair and Secretary. All decisions are taken by a vote of the Majority of the Council members The President of all participating Chapters are members of the Council Past Leaders are Advisors to the council Council Appoints Committee Chairs San Francisco Sonoma Solano Silicon Valley Santa Clara Monterey Marin Contra Costa Central Valley Alameda Secretary Co Chair Chair Former RELLC San Francisco Former RELLC Sonoma Former RELLC Solano Former RELLC Silicon Valley Former RELLC Santa Clara Former RELLC Monterey Former RELLC Marin Former RELLC Contra Costa Former RELLC Central Valley Former RELLC Alameda Committee Committee
  • 5. RELLC
    • The Presidents of all participating chapters are incorporated as voting members
    • All past immediate Past RELLC Presidents participate as voting members to RELLC
    • All past (non immediate past) RELLCs participate as non voting members
    • Vice Presidents or President-Elects participate as Observers
    • Supports local chapters
    • Promotes regional leadership beyond Chapters
    • Promotes regional agenda at Presidents’ Council
    • Members will act as ambassadors at large in promoting RELLC initiatives and regional goals
    • Members will act as mentors and advisors to the to the organization and regional members
  • 6. RELLC Bundle of Benefits
      • Long term leadership network
      • Incubator for entrepreneurial and community leadership development
      • Access to regional resources and support
      • Access to large scale regional workshops
      • Identify and lobby on regional issues
      • Regionally, we will be able to attract more members and raise more revenue resources
      • Regional platform for promotion of local business
      • Economy of scale pricing on ancillary services
  • 7. REAL ESTATE LATINO LEADERSHIP COUNCIL WORKING AGREEMENT
  • 8.
    • WHAT
      • Participation is on a volunteer basis
      • Participants agree to be bound by the Confidentiality Agreement: Whatever is said here stays here!
      • Participating Chapters agree to be bound by the RELLC Pledge of Integrity
      • Participating Chapters agree to share resources and best practices
    RELLC - Working Agreement
  • 9. RELLC -THE WORKING AGREEMENT
    • WHO can participate:
      • Any Chapter President that has been authorized by his/her BOD
      • Working Agreement is exclusively binding between RELLC and its participating NAHREP Chapters
  • 10. RELLC – Working Agreement
    • HOW it starts
      • The Working Agreement must be submitted and approved by the Affiliate Chapter Board of Directors
      • Once the Working Agreement is approved by the participating Chapter Board of Directors and signed by the Chapter President
      • Commitment to RELLC working agreement allows the affiliate chapter to access the resources and RELLC Bundle of Benefits
  • 11. PLEDGE OF INTEGRITY
    • I affirm that I will practice my profession in a manner that will bring credit and honor to my community and my chapter
    • I will always regard the needs of my clients, my chapter and my Board of Directors as the number one priority in all I do and say
    • I will honor the term of my services to my clients, my chapter, and my Board of Directors at all times
    • I will not knowingly encourage or create business relationships with persons of questionable integrity
    • I will not knowingly engage or participate in unethical or predatory practices
    • I understand that ethics alone have not stood the test of time. We must also subscribe to the belief that success comes only when we set aside our personal gains and focus on the true joy of achievement in helping our community
  • 12. Regionalization Process Timeline Proposition Formalization Election Installation FEB 22 22 26 14 JAN APR 23