Chantilly, VA – November 13, 2017 – Associa Community Management Corporation (CMC) & Select Community Services (SCS) announces the recent promotion of John Tsitos, CMCA®, AMS®, PCAM®, as the new branch president.
Mr. Tsitos joined Associa in 2009 and has served as vice president of SCS, a division within CMC, since 2014. He has more than 30 years of experience in the housing and apartment construction and development industry. He is a member of Associa’s executive leadership team and serves on the board of directors for the Washington Metropolitan chapter of the Community Associations Institute (CAI).
“As the vice president of SCS, John has been an asset to the team and to our clients,” stated Craig Lubaczewski, Associa senior vice president, east region operations. “In this new position, he will be able to use his vast industry experience to expand branch operations, client retention and market growth. He will be a great new leader to this already exceptional team.”
Mr. Tsitos graduated from The American University and has earned his CMCA®, AMS® and PCAM® designations.
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