Attention Business Partners –
This workshop is designed just for you!
Learn from a team of industry veterans on how to
maximize your WSCAI membership!
Whether you’re a seasoned community association industry veteran, new to the industry, or have others in your office that might benefit from learning more, this dynamic workshop will help you better understand the unique differences between community associations and apartments, how the role of the community association manager differs from that of a multi-family property manager, and better understand the inner structure of community associations and the process for bid approval and expenditures.
You’ll also learn how economic and other market conditions can impact the industry, how to recognize business resources and leverage other WSCAI partnerships to identify new business opportunities, best position your products and services, and maximize your WSCAI membership.
There will also be an opportunity to hear ideas from attendees and network virtually with other Business Partners.
(Click image for full presenter bio.)
Ann Hart is with HUB International NW where she works as a Commercial Insurance Advisor. Ann has 20 years of combined experience in community association management, real estate, senior housing and rental management and enjoys helping others learn and excel in the industry and networking with other industry professionals. When she is not working, Ann enjoys traveling, attending sporting and cultural events, volunteering, working out, and spending time with friends and family, dogs Buddy and Charlie and cockatiel Peanut.
David Silver, Esq. ia shareholder attorney at Peryea Silver Taylor, a law firm focused on advising Washington community associations for over 20 years. Dave has been providing general counsel legal advice to community associations for nearly 15 years. He was most recently a member of the WSCAI Business Partner Committee and is a frequent speaker and contributor to WSCAI events having presented numerous times at Law Day, Made For Managers Day, CA Day and other events. Recently, Dave’s article, “When Owners Petition for Meetings & Votes,” was featured in the December WSCAI journal. When Dave isn’t working, he enjoys music, skiing, golf, Kraken games and spending time with his family.
Chelsea Webster, CMCA, PCAM, joined Trestle Community Management in July 2019 and celebrates 15 years in the industry. In her role as Senior Community Manager, she manages a large, diverse portfolio of associations throughout the Puget Sound, specializing in large scale and active adult communities. Chelsea has been a very active, involved member of WSCAI since 2008, teaching various educational seminars and serving as a Community Outreach Committee member since 2012. She is currently serving a second term on the WSCAI Board of Directors.
WSCAI Member Cost:
FREE through 9.26 | $20 after 9.26
$39 through 9.26 | $59 after 9.26
If you are interested in learning more about a WSCAI Business Partner Membership, contact Michelle Leary at email@example.com