P. Michael Nagle, Esq., founding partner of the Maryland law firm of Nagle & Zaller, P.C., will begin a one-year term as the 37th national president of Community Associations Institute (CAI) Jan. 1. Elected by members of the CAI Board of Trustees, Nagle is a charter member of CAI’s College of Community Association Lawyers, a past president of the Central Maryland chapter and author or co-author of several CAI publications. See more information on Michael Nagle. Steven Y. Brumfield, CMCA, AMS, PCAM, vice president of operations for the Wentworth Group, an association management firm headquartered in West Long Branch, N.J., will serve as CAI’s 2010 president-elect.Nagle will be joined by six new or reelected members of the Board of Trustees and 14 newly elected or reelected members of CAI’s three Membership Representation Groups (MRGs).“Serving as president of CAI is an unqualified honor, but it’s also an opportunity to continue to build and strengthen CAI and the concept of community association living,” said Nagle. “CAI is a strong and indispensable organization—for management professionals, community leaders and service providers across the country. I look forward to working with the Board of Trustees, other industry leaders and CAI staff to bring even greater practical value to our almost 30,000 members in 2010 and beyond.”
CAI’s 2010 Board of Trustees includes four new members:
Nagle, Brumfield and the following members return to the 14-member board (* reappointed to another term):
CAI’s three primary member constituencies are represented by the Association of Professional Community Managers (APCM) Board, Business Partners Council (BPC) and Community Association Volunteers Committee (CAVC). MRG members are selected by a vote of CAI members in each category of membership.
The 2010 APCM Board (*newly elected or reelected):
The 2010 BPC (*newly elected or reelected):
The 2010 CAVC (*newly elected or reelected):
“Change is inevitable, but one aspect of CAI never changes—the dedicated members willing to volunteer their time and expertise to help us bring even more value to each individual member and the industry at large,” said CAI Chief Executive Officer Thomas M. Skiba, CAE. “We’re fortunate to have so many committed members eager to step into leadership roles. Our ongoing success is a direct result of their energy and efforts.” CAI is a national membership organization dedicated to helping homeowner and condominium associations meet the expectations of their residents. CAI members include community management professionals, volunteer homeowner leaders, and businesses and professionals who support associations. More information can be obtained at www.caionline.org or by calling (888) 224-4321.
NOTE: Complete board and MRG rosters are posted under “National Volunteer Leadership” in a members-only section of the CAI website at www.caionline.org. 2010 rosters will be posted after Jan. 1. Media and other nonmembers may contact firstname.lastname@example.org.Write email@example.com for a photo of Michael Nagle.
For members and general inquiries, contact the
CAI Member Service Center:Phone: 703-970-9220
MEDIA CONTACT: Amy RepkePhone: 703-970-9239