More than 15 members, eight chapters and three chapter executive directors were recognized for special achievement during Community Association Institute's recent National Conference and Exposition in Las Vegas. Held at Caesars Palace, the conference was the largest event in CAI history, with more than 1,300 people in attendance.
CAI's prestigious President's Award was given to 2006 President-elect Ronald L. Perl, Esq. The recipient of the award is selected annually by the CAI President.
"I was extremely fortunate to have Ron's active involvement and input during my term," says 2006 CAI President Ross W. Feinberg, Esq. "Ron is a man of integrity and dignity who supported me in countless ways during the year, and that's in addition to all he's done for CAI and the industry since joining the Institute more than 20 years ago. I hope we set a standard that future CAI leaders can emulate. The president and president-elect can accomplish far more working together than either can individually."
Other 2006 individual award recipients include:
"We're honored to recognize these dedicated member volunteers and chapter staff for their invaluable contributions to our continued success," says CAI Chief Executive Officer Thomas M. Skiba, CAE, MBA. "It is through their leadership and commitment that CAI continues to meet the high expectations we set for the Institute and our industry."
In addition to individual awards, eight chapters earned achievement and excellence awards:
"Our chapters are the backbone of our organization, vital to the value of membership and the overall growth of CAI," says Senior Vice President Dawn M. Bauman, CAE, who leads CAI's chapter relations program. "While we recognize a few chapters for their outstanding efforts, we value and appreciate the selfless volunteerism and dedication put forth by all of our chapter executive directors and the member volunteers who support them."
CAI is a national membership association that provides information, tools and resources to the homeowners and professionals who govern and manage community and condominium associations. CAI members include community managers, volunteer homeowner leaders, and businesses and professionals who support common-interest communities. More information is available at www.caionline.org.
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CAI Member Service Center:Phone: 703-970-9220
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