DC Legislative Action Committee
The Community Associations Institute (CAI) is an international organization dedicated to building better communities. CAI provides education and resources to community association homeowner leaders, professional managers, association management companies and other businesses and professionals who provide products and services to community associations.
Comprised of volunteer members of CAI’s Washington Metropolitan chapter, the DC Legislative Action Committee (DCLAC) is responsible for identifying legislative issues of importance to common interest communities in the District. The committee monitors legislation and helps set specific legislative issue priorities.
For more information on CAI, please visit the official website at www.caionline.org
To learn about the Washington Metropolitan Chapter of CAI, please visit www.wmccai.org
Homeowner Members are exactly what you would expect them to be...individuals who own property in the District, are members of the Washington Metropolitan Chapter of CAI, and volunteer their valuable time to the DCLAC to speak out on issues important to their community members.
Chaired by Jane Rogers, Esq. of Whiteford, Taylor & Preston, LLP, the DCLAC Board is compromised of WMCCAI members who volunteer their time and services to advance DCLAC initiatives. Board members are homeowners, property managers and other service professionals such as attorneys and engineers. Together, we have a powerful and persuasive voice.
As a complement to the personal experiences of our Homeowner Members and the professional experiences of our Manager Members, our Business Members join the team to provide the expertise needed to zealously advocate for our members' interests.
Property Managers take on the important responsibilities of operating a real estate property(s). In the District, they are most often seen taking care of the day-to-day details of running condominium complexes. With hundreds of condominium buildings already in place and more under construction every day, Property Managers have their fingers on the pulse of the most important issues facing community associations in DC and are therefore a great value-added to our DCLAC Board.