Houston, TX – May 30, 2017 – Associa Principal Management Group of Houston is honored to announce the promotion of Veronica LeBlanc, CMCA®, AMS®, to vice president.
Ms. LeBlanc has over 15 years of experience in the community management industry and joined the Associa team in 2014 as director of management services. She has a career-long client retention rate of 95 percent and plays a vital role in both cultivating client relationships and assisting clients achieve their community goals and visions. Ms. LeBlanc provides effective policy development, board and staff training, budget development, and financial reporting as well as project and operational management services.
“Veronica is an asset to our team and to the communities that we manage,” stated Dora Parker, Associa Principal Management Group of Houston president. “She has been a huge contributor to the success of our client services, and I am excited to see her continue to cultivate and grow our client base.”
Ms. LeBlanc graduated from the University of Houston and has received the industry designations of Certified Manager of Community Associations (CMCA®) and Association Management Specialist (AMS®).
Delivering unsurpassed association management services to communities since 1979, Associa leads the industry operating more than 180 branch offices across North America and employing 10,000 team members dedicated to serving nearly five million residents who are part of the Associa family. With unrivaled industry expertise, safeguarded finances and trailblazing innovation, Associa provides solutions designed to help communities achieve their vision. To learn more go to www.associaonline.com.
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