Why do we have Architectural Control committees, what is their importance and how should they be structured?
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What We'll Cover
This seminar will examine one of the most important functions involved in maintaining the value of properties in a community association, the Architectural Control Committee.
Join us for a definitive seminar on the roles and responsibilities of the Architectural Control Committee. Listen as Elizabeth Jaeschke-Buenrostro interviews Barbara Herndon, PCAM, CEO of Procomm Management about one of the most powerful committees in an Association. Find out where the committee derives it's power, what criteria it should use to make its decisions, and the role of the board in providing oversight. Barbara will also discuss how managers can effectively aid in the ACC process and the importance of careful analysis and timely communication with the members.
When it comes to the Architectural Control Committee and the "value of the assets", the buck stops here! Don't miss this opportunity to learn from one of the most accomplished managers in the business how to ensure the success of your ACC by keeping it on track, it's priorities aligned with the board, and architectural standards that support every member's values.
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About the Speaker:
Barbara Barron Herndon, CMCA®, AMS®, CPM®, PCAM®
President and CEO ProComm
As CEO and President of ProComm, Barbara Herndon oversees the firm's management operations in San Antonio, New Braunfels, Texas Gulf Coast, and McAllen. Ms. Herndon is a hands-on leader who is involved in the daily operations of each ProComm location, supervision of management services, marketing and new client relations.
Ms. Herndon has been in business management, commercial property management, resort management and community association management more than 26 years and has held the positions of President/CEO of Association Services of Florida in Miramar FL, Regional Vice President of Principal Management Group's Arlington/Ft. Worth office, Vice President of Property Management for Central Management, Inc. and Corporate Property Manager for Wells Fargo Bank.
Ms. Herndon holds the following professional designations: Professional Community Association Manager, (PCAM) and Association Management Specialist, (AMS) awarded by Community Associations Institute; Certified Property Manager (CPM) awarded by the Institute of Real Estate Management, and Certified Manager of Community Associations, (CMCA) awarded by the National Board of Certification for Community Association Managers (NBC-CAM).
Ms. Herndon stays actively involved in the Community Association Institute serving on the National CAI Board of Trustees and on the National CAI Association of Professional Managers (APCM) Board. Ms. Herndon has facilitated education/training courses for community managers across the nation, is part of Associa's Education Committee and continually works to encourage, educate, and mentor co-workers within Associa.