- July 6, 2015
- June 30, 2015
- June 27, 2015
“It is important for employees in the apartment industry to have regular, ongoing training. NAAEI professional designations, such as the CAM, offer that. They also provide employees with a tremendous sense of accomplishment, which is an essential component for learning.”- Former NAAEI president Jeff Lowry, CAPS, President of operations for Lubbock, Texas-based Madera Residential.
“I wanted to someday manage my own community, so I enrolled in CAM and shortly afterward received my first opportunity to manage a community. After taking the CAM class, I began to really become involved with the apartment association and soon found myself teaching NALP and CAM modules.” - Sandra Fick, NALP, CAM, community manager of Charter Properties’ Long Creek Club Apartments in Charlotte, N.C.
“When I’m having those bad days, I know that I went through the Certified Apartment Manager program. It helps me get over the hump. It taught me so much.” - Sandra Fick, NALP, CAM, community manager of Charter Properties’ Long Creek Club Apartments in Charlotte, N.C. (taken from video interview)
“Being a Certified Apartment Manager is more than just a job, it's a lifestyle. I find myself living, breathing and sleeping all things involving multi-family housing. It is not often that you come across someone that enjoys going to work each day. I find excitement in challenging the status quo and improving my community and my company in every possible way. - Stephanie Anderson, CAM, senior community manager at Harbor Village Apartments in Richmond, Va.
“I was recruited by my current management company. They loved me but on paper I wasn’t quite as great as some of the other candidates. I didn’t have that real-life experience. What I did have was the CAM designation. That gave me the extra edge which gave me the position I currently have. - Stephanie Anderson, CAM, senior community manager at Harbor Village Apartments in Richmond, Va. (taken from video interview)
The 2015 NAA Education Conference & Exposition continued on Saturday, June 27 with the NAA Awards Celebration Breakfast and speaker Doc Hendley.