Jim Chapman: President and General Manager
With over 35 years of experience in home building, Jim Chapman has been President of Legend Homes since 1993. He has been a member of the Oregon Home Builders Association (OHBA) Board of Directors since 1998 and was one of the Directors of the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) from 1998 to 2005.
He has also served on the Construction Industry Crime Prevention Program’s Board of Directors since 2006. In 2007, he served as Chair of the Land Use and Taxation Committee for the Oregon Home Builders Association.
Jim has served on two governor-established task forces and was a founding Board Member of the Tri-County Building Industry Services Board and the Metropolitan Codes Consolidation Task Force. He is also a charter sponsor of the Oregon Streamlining Effort through the National Conference of States on Building Codes and Standards. He has also served on Earth Advantage’s Board of Directors.
Jim Chapman was President of the Home Builders Association of Metropolitan Portland (HBAMP) in 2005 and President of the Oregon Home Builders Association in 2011. In addition, the HBA and the Oregon Building Industry Association named him the 2001 Oregon Builder of the Year. In 2005 and 2007 the HBAMP also named him Builder of the Year.
Mike Goodrich: Director of Production, Vice President
Mike is a State of Oregon Certified Master Builder and has been building new homes in Oregon for over 25 years.
He enjoys working with a team of highly-qualified contractors, suppliers and fellow employees to create new homes for Oregonians that are not only comfortable but also healthy, durable and sustainable. To that end he has been active in building code policy in Oregon. He served two terms on the Oregon Residential Structures Board, was the chair of the Oregon Industry Energy Board in 2010 and is currently chairing the Code Adoption Committee for Oregon’s next building code.
He has served as President of the Willamette Valley Homebuilding Association and is a previous Builder of the Year. He is currently the incoming 2017 President of the Oregon Homebuilders Association.
Mike lives in Philomath, Oregon with his wife Lisa and golden retriever Kenai. His daughter Mackenzie attends the University of Oregon and his son Jeremy attends Oregon State University.
Carol Eisenlohr: Director of Quality Assurance
As General Manager, Portland Division, Carol continuously strives to improve Legend Homes’ construction process and customer experience with a forward-thinking Quality Assurance Program.
Carol graduated from the Wieland University of Construction as a Signature Builder. She has multiple certifications and training in building science specializing in the exterior envelope and has been certified to teach window and door installation at Northwest College of Construction.
Carol has a strong commitment to the community and the building industry. She is a charter member and past Chair for the Professional Women in Building Council, past president of the Portland Chapter of the National Association of Women in Construction (NAWIC), an officer of the Home Builders Association of Metropolitan Portland and National director for the NAHB. She also volunteers for Habitat for Humanity-All Women Build, Girls Build, a Summer Construction Camp for Girls 8-12, and has had the opportunity to travel to South Africa with People to People and NAWIC to study building practices in South Africa.
Krista Boyd: Director of Marketing & Communications, M.I.R.M.
With Legend Homes since 2000, Krista Boyd is responsible for overseeing all strategic marketing and public relations campaigns, social media management and website content management, large-scale event planning, public relations campaigns, in-depth market analysis, managing media budgets and buys and even merchandising (staging) new homes.
Krista has been inducted as a member into the Institute of Residential Marketing (M.I.R.M.), the most prestigious sales and marketing designation given by the National Association of Home Builders. She is one of seven members in Oregon and among less than 1,000 nationwide with the M.I.R.M. designation. She’s also actively involved in the Portland Home Builders Association.