Lewes, DE – November 20, 2017 – Legum & Norman, an Associa company, announces the promotion of Marc McCoy, CMCA®, AMS®, as the new branch president.
Mr. McCoy has more than 25 years of association and golf management industry experience and most recently served as Associa’s Community Management Corporation (CMC) senior vice president of developer consulting. He is also a member of the Northern Virginia Building Industry Association and licensed as a Certified Supervisory Employee by the state of Virginia.
“We are excited to add Marc to the Legum & Norman team,” stated Craig Lubaczewski, Associa senior vice president, east region operations. “His proven leadership skills and knowledge of the industry will help him lead the L&N team and expand Associa’s community reach throughout the northeast. We will continue to focus on providing our clients and communities with unmatched service.”
Mr. McCoy graduated from the University of Oklahoma and is an active member of the Washington Metropolitan chapter of CAI and has earned the CMCA® and AMS® designations.
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