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​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​CAI webinars offer professional training without leaving your home or office. Conducted online, these programs are hosted by industry experts to keep you up-t​o-date on legislative activity, management trends, industry best practices, and subjects of interest for community managers and homeowners. More than 450 on-demand webinars are available and new live webinars are added every month. Continuing education credit for management credentials is available.​

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Financial Dominoes: How Reserve Studies Can Impact Community Association Insurance and Banking​

Wednesday September 29, 2​3 p.m. ET  ​
Simply stated, improperly funding reserves can adversely impact community associations. The consequences can be wide-ranging—affecting everything from financial stability to structural integrity. Our panel, comprising experts in reserves, insurance, and banking, will examine situations of inadequate reserve funding. They’ll explore the direct impact your reserve study has on the insurability of your association and the underwriting process. Come discover how to preserve your capital and learn about the options available to your community when essential expenditures exceed available funds.
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Michelle Baldry, RS, is Reserve Advisors’ Northeast Regional Executive Director. Michelle is a professional engineer and a professional reserve analyst. She also h​olds CAI’s Educated Business Partner distinction. She is a member of 12 CAI chapters and currently serves on the CAI Foundation for Community Association Research Board. She has 11 years of experience serving community associations and has personally prepared hundreds of reserves studies. 
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Jessica M. Knutsen, CIRMS, is a vice president for USI Insurance. She has beenpracticing insurance for 15 years and has built expertise developing insurance programs for community associations. Jessica holds the Certified Insurance Counselor (CIC) designation awarded by the National Alliance for Insurance Education & Research. She holds CAI's Educated Business Partner distinction. She was recognized as the 2020 Educator of the Year by CAI’s Washington Metropolitan Chapter and currently serves on CAI’s Business Partners Council.
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Kim Myles, CMCA, is WINTRUST Community Advantage’s vice president and relationship officer in the Mid-Atlantic region, exclusively serving the financial needs of community associations: cash management services; reserve fund investments; and capital repair and improvement loans. Kim draws from her decades of experience in financial services when working with community associations. She holds CAI’s Educated Business Partner distinction. In 2018, she was recognized as CAI’s Washington Metropolitan Chapter Volunteer of the Year.



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On-Demand Webinars​​​​​

>>An Ounce of Prevention: How to Prepare Your Association for the Rise in Fair Housing and COVID-19 Liability Claims

>>Reserve Funding Challenges: A Collective Case Study

>>Managing a Remote Workforce for Maximum Performance

>>Breaking Point: Examining Aging Infrastructure in Community Associations

>>Assistance Animals and Your Community: What HUD’s New Guidance Means for Your Association

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Free Covid-19 Q&A Sessions

CAI and fellows of the College of Community Association Lawyers (CCAL) held a series of live Q&A presentations about the issues facing community associations due to Coronavirus pandemic.

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