Trestle Community Management today announced that three of its Community Association Managers, Ila Dickenson, Jamie Bradley and Krystle Kelley, have received the esteemed Association Management Specialist (AMS) designation as awarded by the Community Associations Institute (CAI).
Trestle prioritizes continuing education for all Team Members in order to ensure they maintain up to date knowledge of the industry and in turn, provide the best possible advisory services to Trestle Clients.
“Association board members and community developers seek qualified professionals to manage their communities,” said Bob Brencic, President of Trestle Community Management. “They have fiduciary responsibilities that compel them to make decisions that can have profound financial and social impacts on their communities. To help ensure they have the expert guidance necessary to manage communities most effectively, Trestle Community Management continually invests in improving the skills and abilities of our Community Managers, and to earn credentials awarded by CAI.”
The AMS designation recognizes ongoing professional development and industry expertise for Community Association Managers. AMS designees must first pass the difficult Certified Manager of Community Associations exam, administered by the National Board of Certification for Community Association Managers (NBC-CAM) to obtain their Certified Manager of Community Association (CMCA) designation. Additionally, they must have at least two years’ verified association management experience, have successfully completed more than 16 hours of advanced specialized instruction, and comply with CAI’s Professional Manager Code of Ethics. To maintain the AMS designation, they must meet continuing education requirements to remain current in industry-related matters.