Lynn S. Jordan, Esq., an attorney with the Denver law firm of Powers Phillips, PC, has been named president of the Foundation for Community Association Research, the data-collection arm of Community Associations Institute (CAI). Jordan leads a new slate of officers and members of the Foundation's Board of Directors.
Created by CAI in 1975, the Foundation focuses on illuminating trends, issues and opportunities in the community association field by supporting and conducting research and making that information available to professionals and volunteers involved in association governance.
Foundation officers joining Jordan in 2004 are:
The Foundation has also elected two new members to its Board of Directors:
The Foundation recently published its 2003 Community Association Manager Compensation and Salary Survey, a comprehensive report that provides salary data for 22 job functions related to association management, including management company CEOs and professional managers.
The group has also published seven Best Practices reports: Transition (from builder to community association control), Reserve Studies Management, Energy Efficiency, Resident Involvement and Conflict Resolution, Financial Operations, Community Harmony/Spirit/Involvement, and Strategic Planning. The reports can be downloaded free at http://www.cairf.org.
CAI is the only national membership organization dedicated to fostering vibrant, responsive, competent community associations. The 16,000-member organization and its 50-plus chapters represent managers, community association volunteer leaders, management companies and professionals who provide products and services to planned communities.
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