CAMEx Individual Designation

Gain recognition as a thought leader and supporter of a healthy, ethical and orderly community management industry.

CAMEx DESIGNATION

The CAMEx designation is for those members of CACM who have the highest level of decision-making authority within a management business or community and who are responsible for the strategic direction of their organization including oversight of public policy and keen awareness of macroeconomic factors affecting the community management industry.

Eligibility Requirements

STEP 1: Hold a CACM Individual Membership in good standing (to be in good standing you must have no outstanding monies owed to CACM or any pending activity with the CACM Professional Standards Committee); AND

STEP 2:  Serve the community management industry in one of the following categories:

Community association management business owner who meets the following requirements

Has responsibility at the highest level of decision-making and strategic direction for your business such as oversight of public policy and keen awareness of macroeconomic factors affecting the community management industry

The business is a CACM Business Member

The business employs a minimum of five full-time CACM certified managers (CCAM, CAFM, MCAM) OR the business must be a Business Plus Member

Holds and maintains a CACM certification (CCAM, CAFM, MCAM) in good standing

Full-time onsite community association general manager who meets the following requirements

Holds and maintains a CACM certification (CCAM, CAFM, MCAM) in good standing

The association employs a minimum of three full-time CACM certified managers (CCAM, CAFM, MCAM) OR the association must be a CACM Business Member

And any two of the following:

  • Manage a minimum of 500 homes/doors in a large scale community
  • 65 units/doors in a high rise community
  • Manage an annual operating budget of $3 million or more
  • Employ a minimum of five full-time employees

CACM board member

Serve as a member of the CACM Board of Directors

Note: Only one CAMEx per category is permitted from a community association or management business.

There is no continuing education requirement. Annual attendance at the CEO Business Forum is strongly recommended & one participation point in the area of Ethics is required (see options noted with *).

The CAMEx designation is valid for one calendar year and perpetually renews until one of the eligibility conditions is no longer met. Follow up information will be furnished through CACMs credentialing department.

How much does it cost to earn?

  • There is no cost for the CAMEx designation.
  • You are responsible for event registration fees.

How to apply

Email completed application to certification@cacm.org.

Participation points 

A minimum of 9 “leadership” participation points per calendar year are required to maintain the CAMEx designation. Points are earned by speaking, teaching or otherwise participating in selected CACM events or programs.

Maintain existing CCAM or CAFM certification
Maintain existing MCAM certification
CEO Business Forum Attendance (Strongly Recommended)
CACM Board of Directors
CACM Board Committee Participation (EAC*, PSC*, PSC-MSC*)
(For current CACM board members)
Political Action Committee Support & Participation
Legislative Committee Active Participation
CACM Keynote Speaker/Panelist at Key Events
Author Ethics Case Study for education and publication*
Ethics Case Study Discussion Group Instructor*
Advanced Ethics Course Instructor *
Serve on CACM Faculty
Public Policy Participation – Lobby an approved issue for CACM
Specialty Certificate and MCAM Evaluations Reviewer
Other opportunities as determined by CACM

2 Points
3 Points
5 Points
1 Point
1 Point/Committee

1 Point
1 Point
1 Point
1 Point per case
1 Point
1 Point per course
1 Point
1 Point
1 Point
1 Point

For more information regarding CAMEx designation, contact CACMs Credentialing Administrator at 949.916.2226, ext. 319, or certification@cacm.org.

For more information regarding CAMEx designation, contact CACM’s Education & Credentialing Administrator at 949.916.2226, ext. 319, or certification@cacm.org