Albuquerque, NM – June 13, 2018 – Associa Canyon Gate’s president, Kimberly Corcoran, CMCA®, AMS®, PCAM®, has been appointed to the Community Associations Institute (CAI) Foundation for Community Association Research board of directors.
The Foundation for Community Association Research provides research that informs and enlightens all association stakeholders including residents, volunteer leaders, community managers, other professional service providers, legislators, regulators and the media.
The industry research sponsored by the foundation supports the goals of more than 69 million Americans who live and work in an estimated 342,000 U.S. community associations. The foundation was established in 1975 and has solidified a reputation for producing accurate, insightful and timely information.
“The Community Associations Institute is an industry leading organization and it is a great honor to be appointed to the Foundation for Community Association Research board of directors,” stated Corcoran. “I am excited to start my service and help the foundation continue to be a leader in community association research and development.”
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