The Delray Beach Community Land Trust is governed by twelve board of directors. Board Members commit to:
DUTY OF CARE
Each board member has a legal responsibility to participate actively in making decisions on behalf of the organization and to exercise his or her best judgment while doing so.
Duty of Loyalty
Each board member must put the interests of the organization before their personal and professional interests when acting on behalf of the organization, in a decision-making capacity.
Duty of Obedience
Board members bear the legal responsibility of ensuring that the organization complies with the applicable federal, state, and local laws in accordance with our mission.
a great team of individuals who may debate vigorously in search of the best answers, yet unify behind the final decision.
Represent the interests and perspective of the public via their past or present association with a public or private organization. The candidates selected in this category should be able to provide access to resources and/or technical expertise to support the mission of the DBCLT.
Generial / Community Representitives
Represent the interest and perspectives of the DBCLT membership and the communities within the city limits. The candidates selected in this category should be members in good standing supporting the mission of the organization and have a stakeholder interest in the city.
Represent the interests and perspective of the DBCLT’s homeowners and tenants. The candidates selected in this category should be current DBCLT homeowners or tenants supporting the mission of the organization.
The Delray Beach CLT
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Herman Stevens Jr.
Attorney at Law Public Representative
Anthony Holliday, Jr.
Retiree-Consultant General / Community Representative
Palm Beach County / Technician
Valley Bank-Senior Vice President National Director of Community Lending
Real Estate Sales General / Community Representative