Join us in congratulating William Inghram and Bill McReynolds who were just installed into the Building Industry Association Board of Directors.

Having these two outstanding individuals serve on the BIA Board of Directors benefits our industry and all of us as home building industry professionals.

William Inghram

William Inghram

William Inghram, Director of Forward Planning, Southern California Division, has participated in the Orange County BIA in various functions since 2015, most recently on the 2018 BIAOC Board of Directors as Chair of the Next Gen Committee, which is comprised of young, new home building industry professionals. It provides its members with professional development, education and meaningful networking opportunities in order to support their growth in the home building industry. He was installed for the 2019 BIAOC Board of Directors on November 17th.

Bill McReynolds

Bill McReynolds

Bill McReynolds, Director of Land Acquisition for Ventura County, Central Coast Division, has participated in the Los Angeles/Ventura BIA in various functions over the last 10 years most recently as the Co-Chair of the Ventura Working Group that deals with specific housing issues in Ventura County as well as sitting on the Government Affairs Committee and Affordable Housing Committees, which focuses on exploring strategies to provide price attainable housing for families at all income levels. Bill has served on the Los Angeles/Ventura BIA Board of Directors since 2017 and was installed for the 2019 BIA-LAV Board of Directors on November 29th.

BIA is a leading advocate for thousands of building industry leaders who are committed to a better future for California by building communities, creating jobs and ensuring housing opportunities for everyone. It is affiliated with the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) whose mission is to protect the American Dream of housing opportunities for all, while working to achieve professional success for its members who build communities, create jobs and strengthen our economy.

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