SAN FRANCISCO (March 1, 2016) – Four professional managers from the Bay Area have been selected to serve on the 2016 board of directors for the California Association of Community Managers (CACM).
John Cligny, Certified Community Association Manager (CCAM), with Association Management Co. LLC in Pleasanton has been elected vice chair for the board. Other members are Carra Clampitt, CCAM, with Eugene Burger Management Corp. in Rohnert Park; Amber Nelson, CCAM, with Bay Area Property Services in Walnut Creek; and Robin Romo, Master of Community Association Management (MCAM), with CitiScape Property Management Group in San Francisco. CACM is the state’s premier professional organization for individual community association managers and management businesses.
Kathryn Henricksen, CCAM, with FirstService Residential California LLC in Gold River was elected chair of the board of directors. René Decker, CCAM, with PowerStone Property Management in Irvine, was re-elected corporate secretary.
The CACM board is responsible for establishing and overseeing the organization’s statewide programs and policies and maintaining its Code of Professional Ethics and Standards of Practice. The group also serves as an advisory body for CACM’s education and certification programs, which focus strictly on professional community association management in California.
Other members of the 2016 board include Melissa Bell, CCAM, with The Management Trust – Kocal Division in Folsom; Robb Etnyre, CCAM, with Tahoe Donner Association in Truckee; Thomas Freeley, CCAM, with the Packard Management Group in San Diego; Gordon Goetz, CCAM, with The Management Trust – Goetz Manderley in Santa Maria; Phyllis Harkins, CCAM, with Palm Desert Country Club Association in Palm Desert; Diane Houston, CCAM, The Management Trust – Transpacific Management Service in Cerritos; Kendrah Kay, CCAM, with PowerStone Property Management in Irvine; Tiffany Lynch, CCAM, The Management Trust – Transpacific in Tustin; and Melinda Young with Walters Management Group in San Diego.
“Every member of the CACM board of directors is a highly skilled, experienced leader in the field of community association management,” said David Zepponi, president and CEO of CACM. “This board performs a critical role in ensuring that CACM provides meaningful value to our members by offering products and services that advance professionalism within the California community management industry. Training and education related to California community management is a key component of those offerings, and I am pleased to note that many board members have served as a CACM faculty member in order to share their expertise. We are grateful for their continuing dedication and commitment to the professional ideals of CACM and to the membership at large.”
About the California Association of Community Managers (CACM)
Based in Laguna Hills, Calif., CACM heightens the professionalism and success of California community association managers by promoting higher standards of practice and ethical behavior. CACM is the leading provider of California-specific community management education and certification and offers a broad range of value-added products and services to help its members succeed. CACM’s membership is comprised of nearly 3,000 California-based professionals from the community association management industry. For more information on CACM, please visit www.cacm.org.