TEMECULA, California – September 3, 2015 – Keren Calder, an association manager for Associa Equity Management & Realty Services, recently earned her Professional Community Association Manager (PCAM) designation through Community Associations Institute (CAI).
“Keren has obtained the ultimate achievement in the community management industry,” says President of Equity Management and Realty Services Lisa Locke. “All of us are very proud of Keren’s accomplishment. She embodies family spirit and goes above and beyond when working with communities to help them realize their vision.”
The PCAM designation is the highest national recognition available to managers who specialize in community association management. To earn the PCAM designation, a community manager must have five years of direct community management experience, maintain their CMCA (Certified Manager of Community Associations) designation and pass all six of CAI’s M-200 level professional management development programs which cover community communications, leadership and governance as well as financial and facilities management.
Building and managing successful communities for more than 35 years, Associa is the worldwide leader in community management with over 9,000 employees operating more than 170 branch offices in the United States, Mexico, Canada, the United Arab Emirates and South Africa. Based in Dallas, Texas, our industry expertise, financial strength, and innovation meet the unique needs of clients across the world with customized services and solutions designed to help communities achieve their vision. To learn more about Associa and its charitable organization, Associa Cares, go to www.associaonline.com or www.associacares.com.
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