Originally Posted by Milkman Dan
I know Terri and think she is a very hard working individual. Being the President of the LHAIA is not easy and is a full time job. The LHAIA president is not paid, yet that person has the work load of the mayor of a large suburb with big city problems. I know there were some personal issues between her and some leaders in other parts of LH. Terri knows a lot about LH and just about everything that happens in LH. The LHAIA did make a lot of progress under her leadership. She reminds me a Laura Miller.
I do believe the change in leadership will really help the LHAIA. I know both the new president and new executive vice president. The LHAIA has two very powerful leaders. Both of these guys are out spoken and tough. These guys are also very people orientated. The president is a lawyer and the EVP is in commercial real-estate development. They both are very involved in the apartments; actually they both joined the LHAIA because of the apartments. Everyone knows that to fix LH means something has to be done with the apartments. I think there will be a lot of changes in LH under the new leadership of the LHAIA. One thing I have seen them do in a very short time is mobilize. They are good at mobilizing people, I don’t know what they do, but they are good at get people together. I think once those two figure out all the things they can do with their new positions, we will seen some massive changes in LH.