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 2013 Large-Scale Managers Workshop 

 9/25/2013  - 9/28/2013 

2013 Large-Scale Managers Workshop

September 25-28, 2013

Honolulu, Oahu, Hawaii

The 2013 Large-Scale Managers Workshop will be on the island of Oahu (“The Gathering Place”), the city of Honolulu, Hawaii.

Additional information and details about the 2013 Large-Scale Managers Workshop can be found at www.LargeScaleWorkshop.com.

The workshop will begin with registration on Wednesday and conclude Saturday evening. The workshop will include visiting unique communities, motivating education sessions, incredible and culturally unique dining experiences, and of course, there will be plenty of opportunity to network, renew old acquaintances and make new friends.

Large-Scale managers will gather to share their best ideas and practices, garner new information at specialized educational sessions and hands on tours at four diverse community associations. These four communities are home to over 82,500 residents and will show how technology has reduced expenses and been used to offer excellent hospitality services and unique cultural events and activities.

Participants are encouraged to arrive on Tuesday, September 24th as there will be golf and other optional activities (swimming, surfing, stand-up paddling, hiking, biking, shopping and Honolulu’s downtown Chinese marketplace) available during the day on Wednesday. Participants are also encouraged to remain until Sunday, September 29th as there are activities and events scheduled through Saturday Evening.

Ewa by Gentry Community Association
The Ewa (Pronounced “eh’vah) plain was an agricultural area in the last half of the 19th century and sugar cane was the prominent crop until well into the late 1960’s. The plantation supported the indigenous population and cultures by providing unifying factors such as their basic needs for shelter, medicine, and food. Caring for all these needs, the Hawaiian, Chinese, and Filipino populations all turned to the plantation to provide its community and became the center of social life in Ewa.

In the 1970’s the plantations began to phase out, the last crop was harvested in 1993, and the plantation no longer provided the support system previously available and the ethnic cultures were left jobless and without basic services such as health care, low cost plantation food markets, and housing. The ensuing crisis led to high unemployment/underemployment with a large part of the population as unskilled itinerant workers and little agricultural work available.

With the support structure eliminated, the various ethnic populations suffered tremendously and are still suffering from poor education and economic challenges today that are reflected in the levels of education, poor ratio of high school graduates, and the community’s efforts to keep cultural heritage’s alive.

With dynamic changes taking place in the community and 180,000 new housing units planned for Oahu’s “Second City” over the next 30 years, Gentry Homes broke ground in 1987 and Ewa by Gentry Community Association welcomed its 4,000th home owner in May of 1997. Today, the Association has had but one developer, is home to over 18,000 residents, is the second largest community in the state, and has transformed Oahu’s landscape, creating over 7,200 homes for Hawaii’s families and a lasting legacy for future generations.

The Association uses technology to provide its hospitality services with five star service and lower operating costs than most similar communities across the country. For example, it offers community wide Wi-Fi service to all resident users for less than $15 monthly, utilizes a community wide radio camera system to video the pictures directly into the watch team vehicle’s iPad, and VoIP technology to efficiently provide seamless communication technology for all departments, including covenant inspections, maintenance services, community watch team communications/inspections, and community center activities, including purchases at remote event locations and presentations at Town Hall and Board Meetings.

Ewa by Gentry is located 15 miles west of downtown Oahu and has 25 sub-associations, six surrounding golf courses, two community parks, two neighborhood shopping centers, two elementary schools, and a light industrial park. Its three and four bedroom award winning homes are the most energy efficient homes on the market today and prices begin below $400,000. Go to www.ewabygentry.net to learn more about this wonderful community that Celebrates Ohana (Family) Together.

Mililani Town Association
Mililani Town Association (MTA), established in 1968, is the largest planned community association in Hawaii. In 1986, Mililani was given the All-America City Award, the only community in Hawaii to ever receive this distinction.

Located near the center of the island of Oahu, there are 15,828 homes within MTA.  Amenities include seven recreation facilities, six swimming pools, four tennis courts, three tot-lots, one outdoor basketball court, and one indoor hardwood gym for volleyball/basketball.

With a staff of close to 180 employees, MTA is responsible for facilities maintenance, common area landscaping, lifeguards for all the pools, covenants enforcement, design approval, accounting, and special events and programs.  MTA is focused on homeowners’ quality of life, maintaining property values, and preserving the peace, health, comfort, safety and general welfare of the homeowners.

For additional information, please visit www.mililanitown.org.

Waikele Community Association
The Waikele Community Association (WCA) is master planned community developed by the AMFAC Corporation back in 1991 on the Leeward side of Oahu.  This premier plan community consisting of 2937 units is also home to an 18 hole championship golf course, shopping center, two City and County parks, a fire station, and elementary school. The WCA is made up of 12 multi-family complexes and 9 single family subdivisions.

For two decades this community has been known for its lush green landscaping and 100 lollipop shaped Ficus trees along Kamehameha Highway. This signature feature along with its well manicured common areas won the association an award from the Outdoor Circle for “Best Residential Landscaping” in 2004.

In addition to its landscaping, Waikele is also recognized for the creation of successful volunteer programs such as the “TAAG Team” (Taking Action Against Graffiti), Green Team, Neighborhood Security Watch, and Waikelecise which help to keep the community safe from crime, clean, and graffiti free.

The Villages at Kapolei
History
In
 1988 the State of Hawaii was facing a severe shortage of affordable housing.  At that time the State’s housing agency, The Housing Finance and Development Corporation (HFDC) completed a market study  and decided that a Planned Community Development, acting as a compliment to the Estate of James Campbell’s New City Complex on the Ewa Plains of Southwest Oahu, would help to meet the growing need for affordable and market homes on Oahu.  The HFDC proceeded to acquire 888 acres of land from the Estate of James Campbell under the threat of condemnation.  When completed, the development will provide approximately 4800 units in eight Villages.  The original master plan was for a Community of affordable and market priced, single family homes, condominiums, rental apartments, schools, churches, parks, recreation centers, two retail centers and a golf course.

Size of the Association

Construction of Kumu Iki, the first village began in 1989 and The Villages of Kapolei Association was incorporated on May 21 1990.  Kumu Iki contains 519 single family homes.  Since then the State as the Master Developer has continued to award development rights to private developers for the construction of the remaining villages.  

Village

 

Units Planned

Units anticipated by year end 2012

1

Kumu Iki

519

519

2

Aeloa

332

332

Aeloa Terrace

96

96

Aeloa Villas

72

72

Aeloa Seniors

80

80

3

Malanai

296

296

Malanai Iki

88

88

4

Kekuilani Palms

321

321

Kekuilani - Makalii II

64

64

Kekuilani Villas

152

152

Kakuilani Courts

80

80

Kekuilani Gardens

56

56

5

Iwalani

273

273

Iwalani - Makalii

32

32

Iwalani - Nohona (Multi-Family)

118

118

Kulalani

128

128

6

Pae Ko Gardens

128

128

Malu'ohai

304

304

Kealakai (For Sale)

140

140

Villas at Maluohai (Rentals)

72

72

7

Kapolei Kai

204

204

8

Kaupea

326

326

9

Village Center - Nohona II

93

93

Village Center - Nohona III

83

30

 

Total

4057

4004

Currently under construction is the multi- family townhomes in the Villages Center.  Kaupea and Malu’ohai are Hawaiian Home Land developments in the Villages of Kapolei.  They are unique in that the land is held in trust for the benefit of Native Hawaiians, not unlike lands held by Native American Indians.

Still to be developed is the large commercial zoned site located at the northwest corner of our development.  Plans have not yet been finalized.  The Villages of Kapolei is not a gated community but because of the authorization under which we have been developed no street dedications have occurred.  The Declarant continues to have the responsibility to maintain the roadways, right of way landscaping and street lighting. 

Amenities
The Villages of Kapolei’s amenities currently include 3 private parks with tot lots, meandering walking paths, bicycle paths, numerous areas of open spaced landscaping, and a recreation center with 3 swimming pools, a large air conditioned party room, 2 meeting rooms, maintenance facilities and the administrative offices of the Association.  Adjacent to the Recreation Center is the public Kapolei Community park containing two ball fields, 2 volleyball courts and 2 basketball courts  The privately owned Kapolei Golf Course located on the east side of the Villages.

Future amenities planned for the Villages of Kapolei include an additional public community park and another multipurpose recreation center to being built in the Villages Center. 

Association Services
The Villages of Kapolei Association is self-managed.  Current staffing includes 7 full time positions in the Administration Department, 13 full-time and one part-time positions in the Maintenance Department and 3 full-time and 25 part-time positions in the Recreation Department.  We provide a number of services to our members including free notary services, free copying and faxing, quarterly newsletters, free monthly movie nights and free special events, i.e., Easter egg hunt, Halloween costume contests, etc.

We also provide pay as you go programs including, swimming lessons, water polo, Water Safety Instructor courses, Lifeguarding classes, Karate classes, Aerobic and Yoga classes, basketball team play, volleyball team play, licensed childcare services for school aged children (VIP) and we host Cub Scout Pack 126. 

Conveniences
Within the Villages of Kapolei boundaries we have Kapolei Elementary School, Kapolei, Middle School and Kapolei High School. Within a mile of the Villages is the new city of Kapolei where there are many restaurants, banks, service stations, City Hall, State Library, State Office building, Kapolei Police Station and many retail outlets including Home Depot.

Scholarship

Beginning in 2003, the Large-Scale Managers Committee began a scholarship program that offers $1,000 to aid individuals attending the Workshop. This workshop is offering four (4) individual scholarships. There are guidelines and qualifications for the scholarship and the scholarship is facilitated through an application and volunteer judging process. 2013 Scholarship Application.

Additional information and details about the 2013 Large-Scale Managers Workshop can be found at www.LargeScaleWorkshop.com.

 

Who Should Attend

Each fall, CAI's Large-Scale Managers Committee hosts an annual workshop for community managers specializing in large-scale communities. The workshop is hosted by at least one large-scale community and participants spend three days touring properties and attending innovative education sessions specifically designed for the large-scale community manager.

A large-scale community is defined as a community providing municipal type services with a minimum of 1,000 units or minimum of 1,000 acres and a minimum of $2 million operating budget.

Register by August 16
$620 Early Bird Full Workshop CAI Member
$720 Early Bird Full Workshop Non-CAI Member

Register After August 16
$720
Full Workshop CAI Member - Standard Rate
$820 Full Workshop Non-CAI Member - Standard Rate

The Large-Scale Managers Workshop is sold-out. Please contact Crystal Wallace to be placed on the waiting list. cwallace@caionline.org.

Guest tickets are available to be added to a full registration.
$375 Early Bird Rate (before August 16)
$425 Full Rate (after August 16)

Guest ticket includes:

  • Welcome Reception (Wednesday),
  • Breakfast (Thursday, Friday and Saturday),
  • and Evening Dinner (Thursday, Friday and Saturday)

Scholarship

Beginning in 2003, the Large-Scale Managers Committee began a scholarship program that offers $1,000 to two individuals to aid individuals attending the Workshop. There are guidelines and qualifications for the scholarship and the scholarship is facilitated through an application and volunteer judging process. 2013 Scholarship Application.

CAI Policies

Cancellation Policy:  Full refunds less a $25 Administration Fee will be issued if written cancellation is received by August 16, 2013.  Cancellations received between August 17-August 30, 2013, are subject to a 50% administrative fee.  Registration fees are not refundable after August 30, 2013.

 

Private Party Policy:  All hospitality suites and hosted events must be reserved, approved and paid for through CAI.  Hospitality Suites/hosted events are not permitted during official Workshop activities.  Non-sponsoring companies are not permitted to host events at the official hotel during the Workshop.

 

CAI Suitcasing Policy:  CAI has a no tolerance policy regarding “suit casing” which describes the practice of non-sponsoring companies or individuals of soliciting sales or sales leads in the lobbies and/or representing their services or soliciting Workshop participants for conflicting social activities.

 

Violators of these policies will be ejected from the Workshop if applicable, and charged $3000 which must be paid prior to registering as an attendee, exhibitor or sponsor at any future CAI events. 

 

Additional information and details about the 2013 Large-Scale Managers Workshop can be found at www.LargeScaleWorkshop.com.

Workshop Headquarters

Waikiki Beach Marriott Resort & Spa <<click here for online reservations
2552 Kalakaua Avenue
Honolulu, HI 96815
Reservations: (800) 266-9432 or (808) 922-6611
Make sure to tell them you are with Community Associations Institute

  • Partial Ocean View - $184
  • Ocean View - $230
  • CAI discounted rates are available Sept. 21-30. If your stay is outside of these dates call the hotel to make reservations.

Sleeping rooms will be available at the above rate until August 23, 2013 or until the group block has sold-out.

The 2013 Workshop will be headquartered at the Waikiki Beach Marriott Resort and Spa. Located in Waikiki, Honolulu, Hawaii, the Waikiki Beach Marriott fronts on the Diamond Head side of famous Waikiki beach. The hotel has comfortable rooms, great meeting and event space, high speed internet, a fitness facility, a complete Laundromat on premises, swimming pool, and parking at $37 per night.

Travel:

The closest airport is Honolulu International Airport, Honolulu, Hawaii (HNL). Some airlines will offer stops in Maui or Kona. A shuttle service is available to/from the Waikiki Beach Marriott Resort and Spa for $15 one-way, or $20 round trip. For interisland flights to Maui, the Big Island (Hawaii), and Kauai, the major carrier is Hawaiian Airlines, but a smaller carrier, Go Mokulele, is available for slightly less (also in fewer number of available daily flights) to Lanai and Molokai. For the most part, it is recommended renting a vehicle when staying on a neighbor island.

For those looking to take advantage of being in Hawaii to schedule a pre or post Workshop interisland vacation, you will be less than one hour from any neighbor island and fares run approximately $100 each way. The flight time from the west coast to Hawaii is approximately 5 hours and 30 minutes, and slightly less eastbound at 5 hours. There are outbound direct flights to Dallas-Ft. Worth, Chicago, Denver, New Jersey, DC, and New York on different carriers.

Host Communities:

Additional information and details about the 2013 Large-Scale Managers Workshop can be found at www.LargeScaleWorkshop.com.

Schedule as of August 13, 2013:

Participants are encouraged to arrive on Tuesday, September 24th as there will be golf and other optional activities (swimming, surfing, stand-up paddling, hiking, biking, shopping and Honolulu’s downtown marketplace) available during the day on Wednesday. Participants are also encouraged to remain until Sunday, September 29th as there are activities and events scheduled through Saturday evening.

Tuesday, September 24th

7:00 - 9:00 p.m. Registration Open, Host Hospitality Suite, Waikiki Beach Marriott Resort and Spa.

Wednesday, September 25th

7:15 a.m. Golfers Leave Hotel for Waikele Golf Course and Country Club

9:30 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. Open time for beach, swim, hike, shopping, canoeing

1:00 - 7:00 p.m. Registration Open, 2nd Floor of Marriott

2:00 p.m. First Timers Orientation, Marriott Kaimuki Meeting Room

3:30 p.m. CAI Large-Scale Committee Meeting, Marriott Kaimuki Meeting Room

5:30 p.m. Mini Trade Show for Sponsors at the Marriott 2nd Floor Reception Area

6:00 – 8:00 p.m. Opening Reception, Leahi Ballroom, 2nd Floor

Thursday, September 26th

Thursday will be spent at Mililani Town Association and Waikele Community Association, 19,000+ homes, with a complete tour of the communities and lots of time to ask questions, kick the tires and talk with team members.

6:30 - 8:00 a.m. Buffet Breakfast Available, Marriott Leahi Ballroom

8:10 – 9:00 a.m. Welcome & The Aina and Unique Character of Land, Marriott Leahi Ballroom

9:10 – 10:00 a.m. Employment Trends in the Marketplace, Marriott Leahi Ballroom

10:10 a.m. Traditional Cultural Blessing in tour lobby fronting porte-cochere

10:30 a.m. Buses Leave Marriott for Mililani Town Association

11:10 – 12:35 p.m. Kick the Tires Tour MTA Facilities

12:35 – 1:20 p.m. Welcome and Lunch at MTA

1:20 – 2:00 p.m. Federal Legislative and Regulatory Update

2:10 – 2:50 p.m. Are you in Good Hands? Risk Management Solutions

3:05 – 4:15 p.m. Waikele Community Association Tour and GC Clubhouse

4:30 p.m. Depart Waikele for Ko’olina and I’hilani Resort

5:00 p.m. Arrive Polynesian Paradise Luau at Ko’olina

8:30 p.m. Depart for Marriott Hotel

Friday, September 27th

Friday will be your chance to hear how the Villages of Kapolei addresses maintenance with multiple developers and experience technology for our industry in use at Ewa by Gentry Community Association.

6:30 - 8:00 a.m. Buffet Breakfast Available, Marriott Leahi Ballroom

8:10 – 9:00 a.m., Who’s Responsible for What? Policy Governance, Marriott Leahi Ballroom

9:20 a.m. Depart for Villages at Kapolei, Tour Community and Clubhouse

10:25 – 11:15 a.m. Developer Agreements and Intervention in Master Planned Communities

11:30 a.m. Depart Kapolei to Varona Village and Old Ewa Plantation

11:50 – 12:45 p.m. Lunch at the Prince Golf Course in Ewa Beach

12:45 – 1:50 p.m. Using Technology to Produce Results in Large-Scale Communities

2:00 – 2:45 p.m. Using a 501 (c) 3 – Is it a Part of Your Community’s Future?

3:00 – 3:30 p.m. Tour Ewa by Gentry Community Association

3:40 p.m. Leave EbGCA and Return to Marriott Hotel

6:15 p.m. Depart for Waikiki Aquarium Dinner

9:00 p.m. Return to Marriott Hotel

Saturday, September 28th

The mini-workshop topics include use of community message boards, accounting and software conversions incorporating email and cloud based data storage, and adding Wi-Fi and CCTV services. 

6:30 - 8:15 a.m. Buffet Breakfast Available, Marriott Leahi Ballroom

8:00 a.m. Golfers Leave for Navy Marine GC

8:30 – 9:30 a.m. Municipal Services – The Hard Issues, Marriott Leahi Ballroom

9:40 – 10:20 a.m. Panel of Pundits – Got Questions? Got Answers!, Marriott Leahi Ballroom

10:40 – 11:30 a.m. CAI Concurrent Session Roundtable Mini-Workshops, Marriott Meeting Room

11:30 - 12:45 p.m. Lunch and Networking at Marriott

12:45 – 4:15 p.m. Free Time

4:15 – 8:00 p.m. Evening of Dining and Entertainment on Navatek’s Dinner Cruise fronting Waikiki Beach.

Additional information and details about the 2013 Large-Scale Managers Workshop can be found at www.LargeScaleWorkshop.com.

 

Additional information and details about the 2013 Large-Scale Managers Workshop can be found at www.LargeScaleWorkshop.com.

Schedule as of February 2013

The Total Community, Using Technology to Produce Results
This presentation and interactive discussion covers the use of interactive software and social media to enhance the effectiveness of hospitality services, social programs, communications, governance, and covenant enforcement while controlling expenses and protecting property values and quality of life in large contemporary communities.

Using a 501(c)3 - Is it a Part of Your Community's Future?
This interactive presentation and discussion will address the use of a 501(c)3, non-profit tax exempt organization, to use grant funding resources from government organizations, businesses, community housing groups, and cultural and social groups to provide memorials, activities, and services to members of your community and surrounding neighborhoods using your common and public areas to promote your various activity programs for the benefit of the community at large.

The Aina (Land) and the Unique Character of Land Ownership in Hawaii
In the 1800's the ahupua'a's (a land division from the mountains to the sea) resources were shared by the residents in an area and by 1845 political currents were mounting to divide the lands between the king, the landlords, and the tenants. By 1850 the Great Mahele (divide) and the Kuleana Act set the course of land ownership in Hawaii. This session focuses on how that history impacts land ownership and title in Hawaii's communities today.

"Who's Responsible for What?" - Policy Governance
This fantastic session addresses how large community Boards can effectively utilize procedures unique to their community that will strengthen their policy making decisions and clarify their responsibilities. Learn techniques to lead the board to its desired performance and assure that it occurs.

Got Questions? Got Answers! - Panel of Pundits
Free speech, religion, smoking bans, assembly, ethics, volunteers, standards of care, and industry practices! Throughout the workshop, submit your tough questions about issues that have arisen, or may rise, in your daily routines to our panel of expert managers and attorneys. Hear solutions and actions that effect successful outcomes.

Developer Agreements in Master Planned Communities
Are you still operating an infrastructure with developer and government intervention at every turn? Learn how one master planned community deals with ongoing government involvement, native Hawaiian entitlements, and multiple developers impacting infrastructure maintenance with residential and commercial mixed uses.

Federal Legislative and Regulatory Update
The latest update on rules and federal affairs that define how community associations are recognized and treated in these rules. In this session, CAI's CEO, Tom Skiba, presents a federal affairs update covering critical changes to the laws and regulations affecting common interest communities.

Are You in Good Hands? Risk Management Solutions
What insurance policy covenants need to say, where policy underwriters can cut corners and expose your community to greater risk, the impact of board inaction and how leaking pipes, bad roofs, spalling, and failing railings can dampen your ability to get insured and increase premiums. In this session learn the finer details and action boards can take to strengthen their policy's provisions and minimize risk.

Concurrent Session - Engage in round table discussions on community message boards, accounting and recreation software conversions incorporating cloud based data storage and email, and Wi-Fi/CCTV to answer the following questions for your community: What is your community's vision? How do we plan effectively? What are the "right" questions to ask? What are the benefits? What to expect before, during, and after implementation? What is going to happen to us?

 

Additional information and details about the 2013 Large-Scale Managers Workshop can be found at www.LargeScaleWorkshop.com.

Continuing Education Units

Attending the Large-Scale Managers Workshop counts toward your PCAM redesignation. Call CAI for more information, (888) 224-4321 or review requirements online at www.caionline.org.

CMCA – 1 day attendance = 6 hours; 2 days = 12 hours; 3 days = 15 hours. Administered by the National Board of Certification for Community Association Managers (NBC-CAM), www.nbccam.org.

CAI thanks the following sponsors
for their generous
support
of the Large-Scale Managers Workshop


Diamond Sponsors


Hawaiiana Management Company Ltd.

Pacific Integrated Technologies, LLC


Platinum Sponsors


Alliance Association Financial Services

Gothic Landscape

Village Management Software


Gold Sponsors


Association Voice Inc.

FULLfocus Software

Hays Companies


Silver Sponsors


Association Dues Assurance Corporation

CiraConnect

Communications Consulting Group Inc. 

Greenacre Professional Services Inc.

 Haney Inc.

Mutual of Omaha Bank - Community Association Banking & CondoCerts

SenEarth Co. Inc.

 

Additional information and details about the 2013 Large-Scale Managers Workshop can be found at www.LargeScaleWorkshop.com.

Sponsorship Opportunities: 

A variety of Sponsorships are available. For information please contact Jim Dodson at

      Jim Dodson, PCAM®, CPM®, CCAM®
      Phone: (808) 685-0111 extension 26
      jdodson@ebgca.net

 

Additional information and details about the 2013 Large-Scale Managers Workshop can be found at www.LargeScaleWorkshop.com.

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Mr. Dennis C. Abbott, CMCA, AMS, PCAM
FirstService Residential
Charlotte, NC

Mr. Peter Affleck
Whittles
Kent Town, SA

Mr. Matthew Amber
Whittles
Kent Town, SA

Mr. Andy P. Andrews, AMS, PCAM
DC Ranch Association
Scottsdale, AZ

Mr. Asa Squire Ashcraft, CMCA, AMS, LSM, PCAM
Spanish Trail Master Association
Las Vegas, NV

Ms. Amy M. Atchison, AMS
Snoqualmie Ridge Residential Owners Association
Snoqualmie, WA

 B

Philippa Badger
Whittles
Kent Town, SA

Mr. James J Bailey, Jr., CMCA, AMS
Kiawah Island Community Association
Kiawah Island, SC

Ms. Jane Baker, CMCA
Daniel Island Property Owners Association
Daniel Island, SC

Ms. Roxi K. Bardwell, AMS, PCAM
FirstService Residential
Las Vegas, NV

Mrs. Kathe Barnes, AMS, LSM, PCAM
Scottsdale Ranch Community Association
Scottsdale, AZ

Ms. Terri Barry, CMCA, AMS, PCAM
Gold Crown Management, Inc.
Ladson, SC

Ms. Kathy Beaulne, AMS, PCAM
Sienna Plantation Residential Association, Inc.
Missouri City, TX

Ms. Lorraine A. Blaser, CMCA, AMS

Plainfield, IL

Mr. John C. Bowman, PCAM
Serrano El Dorado Owners Association
El Dorado Hills, CA

Ms. Blanche Brown, CMCA, AMS
DeBordieu Colony Community Association, Inc.
Georgetown, SC

 C

Mrs. Glenda Carroll, CMCA, AMS, LSM, PCAM
FirstService Residential
Williamsburg, VA

Mr. Malcolm Ching, AMS, PCAM
Waikele Community Association
Waipahu, HI

Mr. Kevin Kalani Chudy, CMCA, AMS, PCAM
Woodbridge Village Association
Irvine, CA

Mr. Philip M. Crapo, CMCA, AMS, LSM, PCAM
Sun City Mesquite,
Mesquite, NV

Mr. James R. Curdy
Desert Aire Owners Association
Mattawa, WA

 D

Ms. Kathryn C. Danella, CMCA, LSM, PCAM
Boca Pointe Community Association, Inc.
Boca Raton, FL

Mr. Michael Darby
Quantum United Management
Altona Beach, VIC

Mr. Fred Dean-Turner, CMCA, AMS
Lakes of the Pines
Auburn, CA

Mr. Jeff DeJarnette, PCAM
Point O’ Woods Association
Bay Shore, NY

Ms. Sandra K. Denton, CMCA, LSM, PCAM
Sienna Plantation Residential Association, Inc.
Missouri City, TX

Ms. Ronda DeSplinter, LSM, PCAM
Kingstowne Residential Owners Corporation
Alexandria, VA

Mr. Alan DeTata
Mutual of Omaha Bank - Community Association Banking & CondoCerts*
Phoenix, AZ

Mr. Jeevan John D'Mello, AMS, LSM, PCAM
Emaar Community Management L.L.C.
Dubai,

Mr. James H. Dodson, IV, CMCA, AMS, PCAM
Ewa by Gentry Community Association
Ewa Beach, HI

Mr. William Donohue
Eldorado Community Improvement Association
Santa Fe, NM

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Mr. Calvin Eddy-White, CMCA
Heather Gardens Association
Aurora, CO

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Ms. Judy Farrah, CMCA, LSM, PCAM
FirstService Residential
Las Vegas, NV

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Ms. Rachel Garrett, CMCA, AMS, PCAM
Issaquah Highlands Community Association
Issaquah, WA

Ms. Sarah Elise Gerstein, CMCA, AMS, PCAM
Broadlands Association, Inc.
Broadlands, VA

Ms. Kerry-Lynn Goto, CMCA, LSM, PCAM, RS
Great Boards, LLC
Phoenix, AZ

Mr. Andrew Greenfield, CMCA, AMS, PCAM
Admiral's Cove Master Property Owners Association
Jupiter, FL

Ms. Rebecca G. Groenewold, CMCA, AMS, PCAM
Professional Community Management
Vista, CA

 H

Mr. Adam P. Haney
CiD Consortium, LLC
Roseville, CA

Ms. Theresa S. Harris
Wintergreen Property Owners Association, Inc.
Wintergreen Resort, VA

Mr. Randy Hughes
Hays Companies
Lake Oswego, OR

 J

Mr. Robert Jones
Lake Naomi Club
Pocono Pines, PA

 K

Mr. Will Kane
Mililani Town Association
Mililani, HI

Mrs. Kimberly Kaoihana
Villages of Kapolei Association
Pearl City, HI

Mr. Cary Kelley, CMCA, AMS
First Colony Community Association
Sugar Land, TX

Mrs. Jamie Kendellen, CMCA
Sunriver Owners Association
Sunriver, OR

Mr. Kirk Kowieski, CMCA, AMS
FirstService Residential
Scottsdale, AZ

Mr. T. Peter Kristian, CMCA, LSM, PCAM
Hilton Head Plantation Property Owners Association, Inc.
Hilton Head Island, SC

Mr. Sameer Kulkarni
Emaar Community Management L.L.C.
Dubai,

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Ms. Dela LaFleur, CMCA, AMS
Ewa by Gentry Community Association
Ewa Beach, HI

Ms. Kristina Lebrevelec, CMCA, AMS, PCAM
FirstService Residential
Boca Raton, FL

Ms. Lauren A. Lee, CMCA, AMS, PCAM
Sun City Association of Huntley, Inc.
Huntley, IL

Ms. Shelley Leobold
The Prescott Companies, LLC
Henderson, NV

Mr. Michael Lesku, CMCA, AMS
Stonebridge Ranch Community Association
McKinney, TX

Mr. Tim Lett
Woodbridge Village Association
Irvine, CA

Ms. Karen Lewis, AMS, LSM, PCAM
IPM Corporation
Arden, NC

Mr. Todd Lindstrom, PCAM
Hilton Head Plantation Property Owners Association, Inc.
Hilton Head Island, SC

Ms. Susan Livingstone
Kingstowne Residential Owners Corporation
Alexandria, VA

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Ms. Sandi MacCalla, CMCA, PCAM
Professional Community Management
Kirkland, WA

Mr. James Magid, CMCA, LSM, PCAM
FirstService Residential
Eatontown, NJ

Mr. James H. Main, PCAM
Main Management
Portland, OR

Mr. Robert Mariani, CMCA, AMS, PCAM
Sun City Oro Valley
Oro Valley, AZ

Ms. Sandra Matteson, LSM, PCAM
Sandestin Owners Association
Delray Beach, FL

Ms. Sarah McKee, CMCA, AMS
Issaquah Highlands Community Association
Issaquah, WA

Mr. George C. Miller, CMCA, AMS
Massanutten Property Owners Association, Inc.
Massanutten, VA

Ms. Cheryl W. Mueller, CMCA, AMS, PCAM
Foster/Premier, Inc.
Crest Hill, IL

Mr. Lewis C. Munday, CMCA, AMS, PCAM
Pagosa Lakes Property Owners
Pagosa Springs, CO

 N

Mrs. Natasha Nagatoshi
Waikele Community Association
Waipahu, HI

 O

Mr. David O'Neal, CMCA, AMS
Mililani Town Association
Mililani, HI

Mr. Paul L. Orlando, Jr., CMCA, LSM, PCAM
SFMC, Inc.
Manassas, VA

Mr. Russell B. Otis
Wintergreen Property Owners Association, Inc.
Wintergreen Resort, VA

 P

Mr. Christopher Parrish, AMS, PCAM
Talis Management Group, Inc.
Raleigh, NC

Ms. Leslie Alvarez Phillips, CMCA, AMS, LSM, PCAM

Houston, TX

Mrs. Leigh Pollard
Sterling Association Services, Inc.
Houston, TX

 Q

Ms. Susan M. Queen, CMCA, AMS, LSM, PCAM
Bristol Management
Jupiter, FL

 R

Ms. Michele Ray-Brethower, CMCA, AMS, PCAM
Meadows Neighborhood Company
Castle Rock, CO

Mr. Chadwick W. Reed, CMCA, AMS, PCAM
DMB Associates, Inc.,
Peoria, AZ

Mrs. Tina Reeves, CMCA, AMS, PCAM
Fripp Island Property Owners Association
Fripp Island, SC

Ms. Sharlene Rhea, CMCA, AMS, LSM, PCAM
RealManage
Houston, TX

Mr. John Marschner Rickel, CMCA
Association Dues Assurance Corporation
Saint Clair Shores, MI

Mr. David C. Ritz
Ocean Reef Community Association
Key Largo, FL

Mr. Ed Robinson, LSM, PCAM
Hawaiiana Management Company, Ltd.
Honolulu, HI

Ms. Karen Rudder, CMCA, AMS
St. George Plantation Owners Association, Inc.
Saint George Island, FL

 S

Mr. Robert L. Scheaffer, CMCA, AMS, LSM, PCAM
Leisure Village Association
Camarillo, CA

Mr. Robert W. Sharp, CMCA, AMS, LSM, PCAM
Palmetto Dunes Property Owners Association
Hilton Head Island, SC

Mr. Darren Shaw, CMCA, AMS, PCAM
The Villages Golf & Country Club
San Jose, CA

Mr. Michael Sibio, CMCA, LSM, PCAM
Hemlock Farms Community Association
Lords Valley, PA

Mr. Matthew Gary Sills, CMCA, AMS, PCAM
Woodbridge Village Association
Irvine, CA

Mr. Edward Simpkins, CMCA, AMS
Bear Valley Springs Association
Tehachapi, CA

Ms. Patricia Simpson, CMCA, AMS, PCAM
Suncadia Management Company, Inc.
Cle Elum, WA

Mr. Thomas M. Skiba
Community Associations Institute
Falls Church, VA

Ms. Sandy Slocum, CMCA, AMS
Landfall Council of Associations, Inc.
Wilmington, NC

Ms. Lisa A. Smith, AMS, LSM, PCAM
Governor's Land Foundation
Suffolk, VA

Ms. Kathleen Stauffer, CMCA, AMS
Twin River Homeowners Association
East Windsor, NJ

Mr. Jim Stilwell, CMCA, AMS, PCAM
YOUR Community Management, LLC
La Quinta, CA

Mr. Jerry Storage, CMCA, AMS, LSM, PCAM
Professional Community Management
Laguna Woods, CA

 T

Ms. Krysten Takahama
Waikele Community Association
Waipahu, HI

Ms. Wendy W. Taylor, CMCA, AMS, LSM, PCAM
South Riding Proprietary, Inc.
South Riding, VA

Ms. Carol L. Teigen, LSM, PCAM
Stone Ridge Association
Stone Ridge, VA

 V

Mr. Jaime Villegas, CMCA, AMS
Sienna Plantation Residential Association, Inc.
Missouri City, TX

Mr. Jose A. Villegas, CMCA, AMS, PCAM
Sterling Association Services, Inc.
Houston, TX

Mr. Edwin J. Vitrano, PCAM
Trilogy at Rio Vista Master Association
Rio Vista, CA

Mr. Greg Vorster, PCAM

El Dorado Hills, CA

 W

Mr. Mark L. Wade, CMCA, AMS, LSM, PCAM
Leisure World Community Association
Mesa, AZ

Mr. Clint J. Warrell, CMCA, AMS, LSM, PCAM
Sun Lakes Country Club Homeowners Association 1
Sun Lakes, AZ

Mr. Kirk Watilo, LSM, PCAM
Action Property Management, Inc.
North Tustin, CA

Mr. Warren Wegesend, Jr.
Villages of Kapolei Association
Kapolei, HI

Mr. Jim Welch, CMCA, AMS, LSM, PCAM
Mountain Park Ranch Homeowners Association
Phoenix, AZ

Mr. Ian Welsh, CMCA, AMS, PCAM
Trilogy at Power Ranch
Gilbert, AZ

Mrs. Aimee Brooke Winegar, CMCA, AMS, LSM, PCAM
Community Association Services, Inc.
Gaithersburg, MD

Mr. Kirk Wooldridge, CMCA, AMS, PCAM
Tahoe Keys Property Owners Association
South Lake Tahoe, CA

 Y

Ms. Susan York
Ewa by Gentry Community Association
Ewa Beach, HI

 Z

Ms. Jan Zale
Leisure World Community Association
Mesa, AZ

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