Kathleen Gilissen has been named a certified manager of community associations by the Community Association Managers International Certification Board, according to a news release
Gilissen is a community manager with CAMS' Wilmington region, officials said. CAMS is a community association management firm.
To achieve the certification, Gilissen had to pass the CMCA examination, a test that measures knowledge of community management best practices, officials said.
She joins more than 14,000 CMCAs worldwide "who have demonstrated the skills essential for managing homeowner and condominium associations and cooperatives," stated the release.
The CMCA is accredited by the National Commission for Certifying Agencies, according to the release.
Cece Nunn - Aug 19, 2019
Christina Haley O'Neal - Aug 19, 2019
With Brooke Bloomquist’s background in marketing and special events and her father’s naval career and business prowess, their masterminding...
Some homebuilders and developers in the Wilmington area are working on creating smaller subdivisions and infill communities....
Researchers at UNCW have developed an instrument that measures the health of coral reefs, a tool that could be useful for other universities...