Bay Area Professionals Named to Statewide HOA Board

Rohnert Park, Calif. – Carra Clampitt with Eugene Burger Management Corp. in Rohnert Park, Jacqueline Dynes with DyneNamic CID Management in San Ramon and Lisa Esposito with Bay Area Property Services in Walnut Creek have been elected to the 2014 board of directors for the California Association of Community Managers (CACM). CACM is the leading trade association for community association managers in California.

Carra Clampitt, Eugene Burger Management Corp.The CACM board is responsible for establishing and overseeing CACM’s California-specific programs and policies and for upholding the association’s Code of Professional Ethics and Standards of Practice. The group also serves as an advisory body for CACM’s educational and certification programs which focus strictly on California law and the needs of California homeowners.
(Carra Clampitt pictured left)Jacqueline Dynes, DyneNamic CID Mgmt

Melinda S. Young of Walters Management in San Diego will serve a second term as chair of the board of directors.Gordon Goetz with The Management Trust – Goetz Manderley in Santa Maria was elected vice chair and René Decker with PowerStone Property Management in Irvine was re-elected corporate secretary.
(Jacqueline Dynes pictured left)

Lisa EspositoOther members of the 2014 board include Diane Houston, The Management Trust – Transpacific Management Service in Cerritos; Kathryn Henricksen with FirstService Residential California LLC in Gold River; Dan Kocal, The Management Trust in Folsom; Cherié McColley, Eugene Burger Management Corp. in Chula Vista; William Stewart, Santaluz Maintenance Association in San Diego; Sharon Topping, FirstService Residential California LLC in Los Angeles; and Mary Walker with MW Consulting in La Quinta.
(Lisa Esposito pictured left)

“CACM’s board members represent every geographic region and every type of planned development found in California – from small single-family communities to high-rise properties and large-scale master planned communities,” Young said. “With an estimated 9.4 million Californians now living in HOAs and more than 1,200 state laws governing HOAs on the books, homeowners associations are faced with a variety of financial, legal, operational and even technological challenges on a daily basis. Because of the complexities of HOA management in California, the board’s focus will be on the need for managers to earn California-specific certification in order to deliver the highest standard of service to the associations they manage.”

About CACM
Based in Laguna Hills, Calif., CACM is the only community association management organization in the nation to offer a California-only educational program leading to the designation of “Certified Community Association Manager” (CCAM®) for industry professionals. CACM’s membership is comprised of nearly 3,000 California-based professionals from the community association management industry. California is home to more than 48,500 associations. For more information on CACM, please visit www.cacm.org.

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