Jon Chandler, CEO of the Oregon Home Builders Association (OHBA), has announced his retirement effective at the end of Oregon’s 2018 legislative session in early March. The Oregon HBA has announced that State Representative Jodi Hack has been hired to replace Chandler as the organizations new CEO.
During her two terms representing South Salem in the Oregon House of Representatives, Jodi Hack established herself as a bipartisan leader and advocate for business, healthcare and education issues.
Mike Goodrich, 2017 President for the OHAB spoke about Rep. Jodi Hack, saying “…we are very fortunate to be moving forward with Jodi Hack. She is a proven leader and communicator who shares our vision to be change leaders in today’s tough conversations around home ownership and affordability. We are excited to welcome her to our team, to continue Jon’s good work and most importantly, to advance affordable home ownership in Oregon.”