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Godwin Named Manager Of CAMS Lifestyle Division

By Staff Reports, posted Sep 20, 2022
Brittany Godwin
Community Association Management Services (CAMS), a leader in the community association management industry throughout the Carolinas, recently announced that Brittany Godwin was named manager of its lifestyle division.  

"This division is being established to continue meeting the demand for communities that thrive through exceptional programming and lifestyle initiatives," an August news release stated.

Godwin is a graduate of the University of South Carolina and has worked as a lifestyle director for over 14 years at various North Carolina and South Carolina communities. She has been a member of the CAMS team for six years.

In her new role, Godwin "will focus on creating consistency and collaboration throughout CAMS lifestyle communities and help develop lifestyle programs in communities without on-site directors," the release stated. "She will also be responsible for ensuring high-quality community events, assisting lifestyle directors with creating events, supporting client and guest needs, and taking the lead in further establishing CAMS Lifestyle Division."

Ben Rhodes, CAMS senior vice president, said, “I’ve worked with Brittany for six years and am really excited to be able to work with her to help enhance our lifestyle brand and offer our communities additional event opportunities. She has done a great job programming events in many lifestyle communities, and we look forward to continuing to bring new ideas and service offerings to our customers.”
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