Tucson, AZ – May 31, 2018 – Associa Arizona announces the recent hiring of Richard Orduno, CMCA®, AMS®, as the new branch president.
As the new president, Mr. Orduno will focus on expanding branch operations, client retention, and business development, as well as elevating the team and enhancing the client experience. Mr. Orduno has more than 15 years of community management industry experience, including serving as vice president of community management for FirstService Residential, as well as an avid volunteer and instructor at the Arizona Association of Community Managers (AACM).
“Rich’s vast knowledge of the industry and ability to connect with the team and residents will help the branch expand its services and reach new customers,” stated Matt Sesto, Associa regional vice president, Western operations. “We are excited for the next chapter and look forward to following his unique vision.”
Mr. Orduno obtained a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Operations from DeVry University - Phoenix and has earned his CMCA® and AMS® designations. He is also working toward completing his PCAM® certification this year.
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