(Fulton, Maryland) – The Home Builders Care Foundation (HBCF), the official charity of the Maryland Building Industry Association (MBIA), recently installed its new executive leadership team for 2022 and elected two new directors.
Mr. Steve Rubin, the Project Development Executive for Harkins Builders, Inc., based in Columbia, MD and Charlotte NC, officially assumed leadership duties at the Board's first meeting in January. Prior to his election as President, Mr. Rubin has served on HBCF's board of directors for four years and on its executive committee for two years.
Mr. Rubin has been with Harkins for nearly 14 years. In his current role, he helps clients with their pre-construction challenges and opportunities and oversees and manages the business development activities in the company’s Multifamily and Commercial Divisions. Based in Columbia, Mr. Rubin’s territories include the company’s southeast region (Carolinas, Richmond, Hampton Roads areas) as well as their northeast region (suburban Philadelphia and surrounding metro).
Joining Mr. Rubin on HBCF's leadership team are
In addition to the new leadership team, two new board members were also elected. They are Mr. Lewis Birnbaum, Maryland Division President – Stanley Martin Homes, a Virginia based home builder and Ms. Kim LiPira, the Director of Business Development for The Martin Architectural Group, based in Philadelphia PA with offices in Baltimore.
These two new board members join the Foundation’s continuing members – Scott Armiger, Orchard Development; Tom Baum, LaTerra Homes; David Flanagan, Elm Street Development; Michael Karns, Tri Pointe Homes; David Lunden, Timberlake Design/Build; David O’Bryan, Charles P. Johnson & Associates; Jeremy Rutter, Rutter Project Management; and Daniel Ryan, DMR Development.
Founded in 1984, the Home Builders Care Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization and the official charity of MBIA, serving 85% of the state of Maryland as well as the District of Columbia. It’s mission is to give back by utilizing the skills and resources of building industry members on shelter-related construction for the homeless and others at-risk. Find out more at: www.hbcf.org.
The MBIA is a 501(c)(6) not-for-profit trade organization and a chapter of the National Association of Home Builders. MBIA represents the interests of over 1000 member firms and more than 100,000 employees, including home builders, remodelers, developers and affiliate professional and service providers in the Maryland Counties of Anne Arundel, Baltimore, Calvert, Carroll, Cecil, Charles, Harford, Howard, Montgomery, Prince George's and St. Mary's as well as Baltimore City, the Eastern Shore and Washington, DC. Online at www.marylandbuilders.org.
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