The NFH Ambassador Program facilitates direct and responsive assistance to member tracts and individual members, visits with and promotes membership of identified nonmember tracts and individuals, and provides timely and accurate information on local conditions and issues affecting the Recreation Residence Program to NFH officers and Board.
Ambassador Program Goals:
Ambassador Selection: Candidate Requirements
Nomination of Ambassador Candidates
Candidates for NFH Ambassador may be nominated by present or past NFH officers, Directors, members of the NFH Nominating Committee, staff and present or past Ambassadors. Nominations may be submitted to the Vice President at any time during the year; however, a nominating campaign will take place during the fall quarter of each year. The annual campaign will be initiated through an invitation to nominate new Ambassadors that will be sent to those eligible to submit nominations. The letter will outline the criteria for selection and the expected outcomes of the program and will include a copy of the Ambassador Nomination Form.
Terms of Ambassadors
Ambassadors serve for a term of two years per appointment. Ambassadors may be appointed for successive terms; however, there may be situations where the 'Ambassadorship' in an area will be rotated to other willing and qualified individuals to increase the leadership resources of this program for the National Forest Homeowner organization.
An individual's appointment as an Ambassador will be formalized through an Appointment Letter from the NFH President. The Appointment Letter will indicate the term of the appointment, the position responsibilities and, by reference, the Policies and Procedures governing the Ambassador role. As an indication of their position, NFH Ambassadors will be provided with an appropriate NFH name badge and a copy of the Ambassador Program Resource Manual.