Committees & Chairs
Join One Of Our Committees!
Our chapter has several committees members are welcome to participate in. You’ll get the most out of your membership if you invest time into helping WSCAI committees stay active and innovative. Our committees implement the strategic plan for the Chapter. From programs to publications to legislative activity, committee members provide the strength that enables the Chapter to meet the needs of its member communities in the Washington area.
Each committee has a specific focus that furthers WSCAI’s mission. By volunteering for a committee, you will help accomplish the committee’s goals for WSCAI. Thus, you are contributing to making our chapter more effective for all members.
If you are interested in joining one of WSCAI’s committees, please email Michelle Leary at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Benefits of Joining a Committee
- Meet, network and establish a rapport with other industry members and the community association industry
- Establish yourself and your company as a leader in the community association industry
- Keep abreast of changes, trends and developments in the community association industry
- Recognition among peers for outstanding work and volunteerism
- Share knowledge and experiences to create quality programs & services to improve the community association industry
Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) Committee
Jo Flannery, Esq.
Mary Reiten, Esq.
About ADR Committee
The purpose of the Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) Committee is to administer the Chapter’s Mediation Program in coordination with the Chapter Office.
Business Partners Committee
About Business Partner Committee
The Business Partners Committee is made up of WSCAI Business Partner Members. The goal of this committee is to maximize the value on this investment, both qualitatively and quantitatively.
The Business Partners Committee seeks to accomplish this goal in several ways:
- Through improved sponsorship opportunities for Business Partners
- Through education regarding exposure opportunities for Business Partners
- Through social events designed specifically for Business Partners
Business Partner Committee members collaborate on implementing these objectives, as well as finding new ways to achieve these goals.
CA Day Committee
Caitlin Traub, CMCA, AMS, PCAM
About CA Day Committee
The purpose of the CA Day Committee is to develop an educational, informational, and engaging member event providing elements of networking, professional development, resources and educational development for the membership.
Kristen Ledbetter, CMCA, AMS, PCAM
About Communications Committee
The purpose of the Communications Committee is to anticipate and meet the needs of WSCAI members by publishing relevant, current and beneficial articles in the monthly WSCAI Journal; to provide Business Partner members with marketing opportunities; and to maximize advertising revenue for the Chapter.
Community Outreach Committee
Jackki Vo, CMCA, AMS
Chelsea Webster, CMCA, PCAM
About Community Outreach Committee
The purpose of the Community Outreach Committee is to foster members to use their skills and knowledge to support charities or other philanthropic endeavors which may also benefit the Community Association industry or communities where we live and work. Projects involved in: Adopt-A-Road, Ronald McDonald House, Toys for Tots, One Warm Coat (coat drive), Earth Day project at a member community association, and back pack drive for Mercy Housing.
Heather Hutchison, CMCA, AMS, PCAM
About Education Committee
The purpose of the Education Committee is to anticipate and meet the needs of WSCAI community association members, directors, officers and manager members by developing, promoting and presenting relevant educational programs throughout the state.
Law Day Committee
Vanessa Tilberg, CMCA, AMS, PCAM
Amy Clements, CIRMS, ARM
About Law Day Committee
The purpose of the Law Day Committee is to organize two annual Law Day events, which has a two-fold purpose: To provide an opportunity for CAI members to learn firsthand from industry legal experts about current issues and to raise funds in an effort to ensure that the Legislative Action Committee has adequate funding to monitor legislation that is introduced and to positively influence the governance and control of common interest communities.
Legislative Action Committee (LAC)
Michael Brandt, Esq.
Hilary Bublitz, CMCA, AMS
The Washington Legislative Action Committee (CAI WA-LAC) is a volunteer committee of CAI consisting of homeowners and professionals serving community associations. The CAI WA-LAC works with those living and working in community associations to speak on their behalf with one united voice on legislative and regulatory matters that affect community associations. Responsible for identifying legislative issues of importance to community associations in Washington, the WA-LAC monitors legislation and helps set specific legislative priorities. The CAI WA-LAC builds relationships with and educates state officials to make CAI WA-LAC the go-to resource when they are presented with community association issues.
Made For Managers Day Committee
Teresa Lamb, PCAM
Aimee Hilton, CMCA
About MFMD Committee
Made for Managers Day Committee: With input, recommendations and approval from the Board of Directors, and the assistance of the Chapter Executive Director, the Committee shall be responsible for the planning, execution and oversight of the annual Made For Managers Day Event.
Managers Only Meetings (MOM) Committee
Kristen McCormick, CMCA, AMS, PCAM
Cameron S. Hazen, CMCA, AMS
About MOM Committee
The Mangers Only Meetings Committee is responsible for the development, promotion, and presentation of Managers Only Meetings (MOMs). These events are full of relevant, timely information to assist community association managers wanting to increase their skills and knowledge-base, which are essential to the successful management of associations.
The Mangers Only Meetings Committee determines what topics are covered at these meetings and who is presenting. Presentations are given by industry professionals who are members of WSCAI and specialize in a segment of the industry.
Greg Floyd, CIRMS
About Membership Committee
The purpose of the Membership Committee is to advise and assist the Board and the Chapter on attracting, maintaining, and retaining new Membership and planning quarterly Chapter luncheons.
About Social Committee
The purpose of the Social Committee is to build the WSCAI community through social events while fostering a sense of community networking, Responsible for the overall management, selection of location, recruiting sponsors, and planning the Annual Golf Tournament and the Awards Gala connected with the Annual Meeting.