The Alabama Manufactured Housing Association (AMHA) has announced the decision of their board of directors to promote Doris Hydrick to the position of Executive Director as of July 1, 2013. Ms. Hydrick served as assistant director for 16 years, with responsibility for planning meetings, education seminars, and regulatory matters, and was also personnel director and staff lobbyist. She volunteered to lead the Alabama Housing Foundation in 1999, a non-profit dedicated to assisting people of modest means who live in manufactured homes. Current Executive Director, Sherry Norris, who is retiring after 24 years with AMHA, says of Ms. Hydrick: “She is dedicated to the manufacture housing industry and the association. I wish her the very best and know she will continue her commitment to AMHA members and the industry on the state and national level.” MHProNews understands Ms. Norris will serve as president until the end of the year.
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