Revitalizing Your Community Leadership – Seeking Volunteers In A Pandemic & Beyond
We all know how challenging it is to find volunteer leaders in our communities even in “the best of times.” For some communities, it has been easier to find committee and Board members when so many owners are working from home. Attending meetings virtually has been a good fit for younger owners or non-resident owners. For others, the “technological divide” and fewer day-to-day social interactions has made it harder than ever to convince neighbors their service is needed.
Join us for a panel discussion of experiences in building strong committees and recruiting Board members before and during the Covid-19 pandemic, and what ideas we can share and leverage to carry us forward from here.
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Heather Hutchison, CMCA, AMS, PCAM, is the General Manager at First Hill Plaza. Heather also lives in the First Hill neighborhood and is a member of the First Hill Improvement Association Board of Directors. She enjoys finding opportunities to support the healthy growth and enhancement of this vital and evolving portion of the city. Heather was born and raised in Montana and moved to the Pacific Northwest shortly after graduating from Montana State University. Heather has fourteen years managing community associations including portfolio-based, master planned, large-scale and high-rise associations in Oregon, California and Washington.
Hilary Bublitz, CMCA, AMS is the Association Director for Mill Creek Community Association, a 3500+ door community association in Mill Creek, WA. Hilary is a member of the WSCAI Legislative Action Committee and is passionate about making all community associations the best places to live in Washington state.
Tae Hong, CMCA, AMS is an experienced Seattle-based General Manager of a Luxury Downtown High-Rise Condo Building. Tae has over 17 combined years of experience in the Community Management industry, 9 of those years working directly in Seattle. Originally from the Last Frontier, specifically in Anchorage, Alaska, he was educated at the University of Alaska-Anchorage, where he studied Criminal Justice. Tae currently maintains CMCA® and AMS® designations through the Community Associations Institute and the Community Associations Managers International Certification Board (CAMICB).
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The Chapter Luncheon Online Registration Is Now Closed.
You can still register in person at the door on March 29, 2022 at 11:30 a.m.