Denver, CO – February 26, 2018 - Associa Colorado Association Services announces the promotion of Emily Ramirez, CMCA®, AMS® to director of community management for the Ft. Collins office.
Ms. Ramirez has more than 14 years of community association management experience, with 10 years serving as director of community management for Associa Northern California. Her industry experience ranges from managing diverse portfolios that include condominiums, planned developments, co-ops and single-family homes.
“Emily is a proven industry leader, and her commitment to the team, clients and residents is unmatched,” stated Ann Williams, Associa Colorado Association Services president. “She led the Associa Northern California team and the CAI Bay Area Chapter to great success, and we look forward to her thriving in her new role in Colorado. She will be an asset to our current and future clients, and it’s a pleasure to have her on the team.”
Ms. Ramirez holds the CMCA® and AMS® designations through CAI, and she is currently pursuing her PCAM® designation. In 2017, Ms. Ramirez served as the CAI Bay Area Central California Chapter president.
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