Northern Virginia Building Industry Association 2021 Industry Impact Report

The Custom Builder Council left behind a difficult 2020, with the first order of business naming Mark Stahl Chairman of the CBC in January, with his term continuing through 2022. Andrew Moore was namedVice Chairman. Members jumped in to serve on a wide variety of task forces to provide industry input in Fairfax County and the Town of Vienna, through the unique lens of smaller custom builders. Of par ticular impor tance was the CBC’s involvement in the Town of Vienna “Code Create” Zoning Code Overhaul—its first since 1964! The Council also came out of COVID restrictions with more par ticipation in NVBIA and Associate events and an increase in effor ts to draw in new members, recognizing that networking, sharing of best practices, and suppor t from a larger organization has never felt so impor tant! In Fall 2021, the CBC made the difficult decision to cancel the Parade of Homes due to challenges posed by COVID; attention has since shifted to increase par ticipation in the Spring 2022 Parade of Homes. Want to get involved or find out more about CBC? Contact Mark Stahl, 2022 CBC president, at 703.399.9897 or at mstahl@zm3group.com. Custom Builders Council (CBC) 2021/2022 CBC Chair: Mark Stahl Future Leaders 2021 Chair: Eric Bogumil COMMITTEES COUNCILS/ Eric Bogumil, chair of Future Leaders, tries his hand at axe throwing. A very engaged group continued to create a name for the Future Leaders in 2021! With well-organized leadership and a plan of action, 2022 is slated to be even more enter taining and informative. In addition to the very successful inaugural Axe Throwing event, Future Leaders had an Octoberfest at Mustang Sally’s in October. The philanthropic mission was to collect diapers and wipes for HomeAid’s “Builders for Babies” drive. In addition to these two larger events, the Future Leaders Group also held Happy Hour get-togethers throughout the year at several breweries in Nor thern Virginia.This vivacious group has enhanced its networking capabilities with these Happy Hours, attracting a wide demographic. A pay-as-you-go program, everyone has raved about the networking oppor tunities at these get-togethers. Look for new experiential events, as well as a continuation of the Happy Hours, in 2022! Future Leaders Committee will be headed by Gray Coyner/Thompson Greenspon in 2022. For more information, please contact Gray at gkc@tgccpa.com. The Future Leaders Committee enjoyed fraternity and frivolity in July at The Farm Brewery at Broad Run, for what proved to be an incredibly popular—and SOLD OUT!—Axe Throwing event. Following the event’s success, the Future Leaders Committee has promised to host the event again in 2022. Start practicing now, and we’ll see you there! Advocacy. Networking. Education. Philanthropy. | 29

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