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Meet Your New IICRC President

Richard GreeneIn early February, the IICRC welcomed Richard Greene as the Institute’s new President. In his role, Greene will work closely with the IICRC Board of Directors to drive the Institute forward and create greater value for IICRC stakeholders.  

We recently sat down with Richard to discuss his experience and how he plans to lead the IICRC into the future.

“I am honored to have been chosen to lead the Institute,” said Greene. “The IICRC is a solid organization with the ability to lift the industry into the future, ultimately providing consumers with the best possible services. I am very much looking forward to our success together.”

Who is Richard Greene?
I’m an experienced business association manager with 20 plus years of senior level experience working with small business owners. Accountant by training, I have an MBA from Utah State University and earned the prestigious Certified Association Executive designation as granted by the American Society of Association Executives.  I’ve raised seven children; two remain at home with my wife Sandra. Pretty soon we’ll be relocating to Las Vegas, home of the IICRC’s Global Resource Center.

Why did you join the IICRC?
I was interested in working with the IICRC because it is a very credible and respected organization. This position is a natural extension of what I’ve accomplished throughout my career, and I enjoy serving and supporting the small business community.

What do you hope to accomplish as President of the IICRC?
As president, I hope to improve the Institute’s commitment to all of its constituents – registrants, certified firms, instructors, volunteers, schools, partners and all of the inspection, cleaning and restoration industry.

What are your plans for the IICRC in the next year?
I plan to review current processes and make needed improvements, support the ongoing work of volunteers and assist the Standard’s team in their work to approve and review new and existing Standards.

Where do you see the IICRC five years from today?  
In five years, I see a larger, more respected, more constituent-focused, more global organization with increased industry influence.

If you have any comment or concerns, please feel free to contact me at

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