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CIH vice presidential election 2017

The search for CIH’s next vice president is on.

Current vice president Alison Inman will become CIH president in September when president Julie Fadden’s time in office comes to an end.

It means that CIH is looking for a new vice president, who will go on to become our president in 2018.

Nominations are now open and any CIH member can put themselves forward for the role.

Are you passionate about housing?

Do you want to drive the housing profession forward and make a real difference?

You could be CIH’s next vice president and put yourself on a direct path to becoming president.

How the election works

Nominations for vice president opened on 5 May and will remain open until 8 June.

The shortlisted candidates will then be revealed on 3 July and an online ballot will be open until 31 July.

The successful candidate will be revealed shortly after voting closes.

Find out more

  • ‘A brilliant opportunity to make a difference’ – find out more about the role in this interview with our current vice president Alison Inman
  • Find out more about the current CIH presidential team and their role
  • CIH’s presidential appeal has raised hundreds of pounds for charities and good causes – being president gives you the opportunity to choose a great cause to support. Find out more about the presidential appeal.

Find out more or nominate yourself now.


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