“This certification is a symbol of Crystal’s dedication to community management and her excellence in the industry.”
Greensboro/Winston-Salem, NC (PRWEB)
August 11, 2017
Crystal Beaman, a new community manager at Association Management Group – Greensboro (AMG), one of the Carolinas’ largest professional homeowner association managers, recently achieved the rigorous AMS (Association Management Specialist) certification. The AMS is a credential from CAI (Community Associations Institute), the industry’s international membership organization dedicated to building better communities. The AMS credentialing process is an exhaustive program requiring two years of professional experience in association financial, administrative, and facilities management. Completion requires multiple management courses and passage of the comprehensive CMCA (Certified Manager of Community Associations) exam.
According to AMG President Paul Mengert, the impressive AMS credential signifies expertise, extensive knowledge, and the smart application of best practices in the field of managing townhome, condo, and single-family HOAs. “This certification is a symbol of Crystal’s dedication to community management and her excellence in the industry,” he said. “It will be an invaluable aid in her job of supporting the day-to-day operations of her portfolio of communities, including vendor oversight, paying bills, negotiating contracts, assisting homeowners, and advising volunteer Board members.”
Beaman, who moved to the Triad area in June, and has a strong background in customer service, leadership, and financial management, was a community…