CTBUH Regional Representatives are CTBUH members appointed to lead CTBUH initiatives locally and provide direct contact to professionals in their respective countries.
Regional Representatives must have a high profile in the industry, with an established track record of contributing to the inception, design, research, construction, occupation, or operation of the built environment.
Maintain the highest ethical standing in the industry.
Represent a company or institution recognized as a leader in the tall building industry which is a CTBUH organizational member in good standing.
Serve in a role that will help grow the Council and sponsor programs to serve members.
Ensure a balanced representation within any grouping of disciplines and experience, reflecting the international mission and diversity of the Council.
Work towards the eventual establishment of an official CTBUH Chapter in the representative region, with a Chapter Board, organizational by-laws, and a bank account (see separate CTBUH Chapter Guide).
Aid in driving the next generation of industry experts by advising and collaborating with the Regional Future Leaders Committees as applicable.
Serve as a spokesperson for the Council and promote its mission and goals.
Attend the annual CTBUH Leaders meeting (held in conjunction with the CTBUH International Conference in the Fall – subsidized registration is provided).
Act as a “CTBUH Ambassador” within your firm to encourage the involvement of a wider group of colleagues in CTBUH activities and initiatives, especially younger professionals.
Encourage local professionals to attend annual CTBUH Conferences.
Be involved generally in relevant Council initiatives, including conferences, awards, research projects, working groups, and publications.
Recruit sponsors for major Council projects, including conferences.
Work to grow the Council in your region by introducing at least five (5) new contacts for membership per year.
Commit 30+ hours per year as a CTBUH Regional Representative (not including conference attendance).
Maintain regular email and phone communication (once every three weeks) with CTBUH staff to provide progress updates on activities and initiatives.
For more information on becoming a CTBUH Regional Representative, download the Roles & Responsibilities document (PDF).