We are always keen to have folks join us in this work. If you have interest in event planning, writing, graphic design, web design, editing and wordsmithing, or any of the myriad skills it takes to build and run an organization, we would love your energy and skills.
If you would like to help develop one of the most respected short-term rental hosting associations of its kind, please consider joining one of our committees. Which one are you called to? Drop us a line at email@example.com and we'll help you make the connection.
The Advocacy Committee is responsible for monitoring and responding to developments regarding short-term rental regulations.
Members of this committee develop, comment on and advocate for public policies at state, federal, and local levels to support the agenda of the responsible short-term rental host. Engaged in connecting with state and local political groups, members of this committee are liaisons for Travel Portland.
Primarily focused on the Portland metro area, the Advocacy Committee can provide guidance to extra-regional advocacy groups.
The Community Committee is responsible for creating general awareness of initiatives that Host2Host brings to the short-term rental hosting community.
By creating marketing campaigns, promoting events, developing advertising opportunities, and pushing out written and visual content on social media, this committee is the voice of Host2Host.
By keeping in touch with fellow members, this committee identifies ongoing needs and recommends services developed to support and fill these needs.
Delivering information to our members focused on optimizing their hosting experience is a critical function of our organization and these efforts are carried out by the Education Committee.
This group of volunteers oversees the content development and executes events for members, whether in-person or remote.
Topics for future events are determined, speakers identified, format solidified, and schedules formalized. During events Education Committee members host the event to facilitate a constructive conversation - this may be in a Q&A or a breakout room format, for example.