Reno, NV – March 25, 2019 - Associa Sierra North hosted two educational seminars for board members.
Industry expert Debora Costa, Associa Sierra North president, and the Sierra North team welcomed more than 30 board members during two informational sessions covering the basic understanding of governmental regulations and governing documents as well as tips on conducting effective and productive meetings, goal setting, best practices, available recourses, and much more. Attendees were also able to participate in an open discussion with sitting board members.
“Associa Sierra North is dedicated to providing board members with the resources, skills, and training needed to meet the complex range of demands facing each community,” stated Tyler Bolton, Associa Sierra North vice president. “These instructional programs are designed to equip board members for success which will lead to thriving communities. We encourage current and potential board members to attend our future seminars because they are great opportunities to learn, ask questions, and engage with other board members.”
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