BIA welcomes Noelle Lovern as Government Affairs Director

The Building Industry Association of Clark County (BIA) is pleased to announce the selection of Noelle Lovern as its new Government Affairs Director.

In her role, Lovern will oversee the BIA’s government affairs efforts, including political advocacy, policy research and relationship building with elected officials.  As liaison to local governments within Clark County, she will monitor policy issues and analyze proposed ordinances for impacts on the building industry.

Prior to joining the BIA team, Lovern served as Vice President of Public Relations and Corporate Communication at American CuMo Mining Corporation where she bridged gaps between elected officials, decisionmakers, project engineers, and relevant communities. She is a fervent advocate for collaborative partnerships between government and private industry that produce implementable and sustainable solutions that ultimately benefit communities.

“The importance of accessible home ownership opportunities cannot be overvalued, and that is why I am honored to be part of the Building Industry Association of Clark County,” stated Lovern. “The efforts our membership and staff undertake to ensure our industry is considering all strategies to sustain the dream of homeownership is inspiring.”

Lovern was raised in Southern Oregon and recently relocated from Idaho returning to her home region. She is a Cum Laude graduate of Boise State University where she established the student-run public relations firm, Blue House Media, as an extension of Public Relations Student Society of America. New to the community, she is immersing herself by attending city and county meetings and consulting with decisionmakers to provide information on the BIA’s objectives for accessible home ownership opportunities and its efforts to engage with critical housing, planning, and development matters.