Tim Hollingshead, CMCA, AMS is a Community Association Manager for Morris Management, where he oversees 11 communities as a Portfolio Manager. He has been in the Community Association industry for 6 years. Tim has notable interests in resolving conflict on boards and within the community, keeping finances on track for the community, as well as helping his coworkers achieve their best. Originally from Pennsylvania, Tim has lived in the Northwest for about 25 years. Prior to working in Community Management, he worked in the real estate and banking industries. When not working, Tim can be found working on landscaping around the house, chopping wood, and playing with his 2 boys.
Kristen McCormick, CMCA, AMS, PCAM, is the CEO of Agynbyte LLC. She additionally serves as Chair for WSCAI’s Managers Only Meeting Committee. Kristen has been working in the community association management industry for over 18 years, managing in both portfolio and on-site capacities in Florida, as a developer liaison in North and South Carolina, and as a portfolio manager for historic buildings in Massachusetts. She has been living and working in Washington state for over 9 years. When not working at one of the fastest growing management companies in the Pacific Northwest, Kristen can be found outdoors either hiking or visiting the Oregon coast with her husband and two dogs.
Brian P. McLean, CCAL, is the president of Agynbyte LLC, a condominium and homeowner association management company. Agynbyte LLC follows Brian’s two-decade career as an attorney of community association law. He received his law and undergraduate degrees from Seattle University, where he was a member of Law Review, chair of the law school’s Moot Court Board, and commencement speaker for his graduating class. As a member of the College of Community Association Lawyers, Brian has spoken and written frequently about community association issues. He is a member of the Washington State Bar Association and a former president and board member of the Washington State Chapter of the Community Associations Institute (WSCAI). He has served twice as co-chair of WSCAI’s Legislative Action Committee, where he worked with state legislators to enact mandatory reserve study legislation in Washington State. He is the former lead singer, guitarist, and a songwriter for the now defunct Pacific Northwest band the Acetones.