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Mortgage Bankers Association

MBA's Arkansas Ambassador

MBA State Ambassadors voluntarily serve to engage with MBA members, non-members and state and local mortgage banking association leaders across a range of communication, advocacy, and member recruitment/retention activities. For example, in their state(s) Ambassadors are available to: brief the board of directors of the state association about MBA's initiatives; convey MBA's advocacy priorities during state advocacy days, or help define the value of MBA and the state association to prospective member companies.

Additionally, as members of the MBA State Relations Committee, Ambassadors serve as liaisons of state association interests within the national MBA's governance.

The program was created by MBA's Board of Directors in October 2013, and Ambassadors serve two-year renewable terms. In selecting Ambassadors, the MBA has looked to former MBA officers, current or former leaders and members of MBA's boards of governors, current or former leaders in MBA's Society of Certified Mortgage Bankers, and volunteer leaders of state and local associations who are fully engaged in MBA's policy and advocacy committees. Ambassadors can represent more than one state, and MBA may appoint more than one Ambassador for a state.

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