PATH Coordinating Council

The PATH Coordinating Council is made up of leading organizations with the housing community who are willing to commit time and resources to formulating PATH's strategic objectives and guiding PATH's activities. Members agree to:

  • assign a staff member to act as designated liaison to the PATH office;
  • attend up to three formal Council meetings per year in Washington, D.C;
  • be available for conference calls and or small group meetings as appropriate;
  • actively participate in and provide resources to specific PATH initiatives; and
  • promote PATH and its activities.

Members of the current Coordinating Council, appointed on the basis of their support for and participation in the original planning for the PATH program are as follows:



Codes and Standards

Federal Agencies


  • Fannie Mae
  • Federal Home Loan Bank of Boston
  • Federal Housing Finance Board

Housing Manufacturers



  • Center to Protect Workers' Rights
  • United Brotherhood of Carpenters

Product Distributors/Retailers

Product Manufacturers


  • National Conference of States on Building Codes and Standards

Universities/Research Laboratories

  • National Consortium of Housing Research Centers


  • Southern California Edison


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