Denver, CO – September 24, 2018 - Associa Colorado Association Services announces the recent hiring of Sabrina Lopez as a new community director for the Denver office.
In this new position, Ms. Lopez will be responsible for client relationships, quality assurance, administrative and branch operations. As a member of the Colorado leadership team, Ms. Lopez will also assist in strategic planning, business development, and fiscal operations for the branch.
Ms. Lopez has more than seven years of community management experience and has served in several management positions, including director of community association and district management within the Denver Metro community management industry.
“Sabrina is a rising star in the community management industry and we are delighted at her decision to join our Colorado team,” stated Ann Williams, Associa Colorado Association Services president. “With her ability to build strong client relationships, provide unmatched customer services, and connect with residents, she will be an asset to her clients as well as our team.”
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