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Who’s Who and What Do They Do?

This article provides insight into the various activities of officers, board members/directors and committees for a community association. For example, can a director be an officer or can an officer be a director?

An Expert Community Manager is a Dream Come True

You may not realize that your community association manager is an incredible resource of information and skills. In fact, one might say a community association manager offers services and guidance similar to an attorney, bookkeeper …

The Agenda for Sustained Board Success

As a fiduciary for your association, you are directing and overseeing the operations of an entire corporation. At times your directorship may seem like an overwhelming full-time job.

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The Who & How to Run a Successful Community

The Who & How to Run a Successful Community

By Clint McClure, CAMEx, CCAM Congratulations, you have been recently elected or re-elected to the board and you will bring ...
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Who's Who and What Do They Do?

Who’s Who and What Do They Do?

BOARD MEMBERS The position of a board member is distinctly different than that of an officer; however, in most associations ...
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The Agenda for Sustained Board Success

The Agenda for Sustained Board Success

Your role as a volunteer director is tasking indeed. As a fiduciary for your association, you are directing and overseeing ...
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Board Leader Tips for Big Picture & End Results

Board Leader Tips for Big Picture & End Results

Whether you are a newly minted board member or a seasoned hand, the ongoing tasks of the association can occupy ...
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Directors, Officers and Board Members

Directors, Officers and Board Members

Directorship Emerging “trends and skills” are the result of data gathered from contributions by managers throughout California during various CACM ...
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Understanding the Fiduciary Duty of Being in the Boardroom

Understanding the Fiduciary Duty of Being in the Boardroom

As elected directors of nonprofit and tax exempt organizations, the statutory standard is fairly straightforward and found in California Corporations ...
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