Courtney Murphy earns Professional Community Association Manager designation
LAS VEGAS – Courtney Murphy, president and supervising manager at Community Management Group, recently earned the Professional Community Association Manager (PCAM) certification, the highest professional recognition available nationwide to managers who specialize in community association management. The designation is recommended for experienced managers who want to obtain the most advanced industry skills and knowledge in the nation.
To earn the PCAM certification, the manager must complete the Community Associations Institute Professional Development course, which consists of seven classes, and have five years of association management experience. Applicants also must complete a case study where they attend a two-day class to learn about an association and have 30 days to write a paper and answer specific questions about the chosen community.
“To earn the PCAM was hard work, but it was well worth the effort,” Murphy said. “Every bit of knowledge I can obtain that will, in turn, benefit our communities is invaluable.”
Established by longtime Las Vegan Courtney Murphy in 2009, Community Management Group is a Nevada-based community association management company serving assorted planned unit developments in the Las Vegas Valley.
Providing top customer service in all facets of its work, CMG works with homeowners, HOA board members and vendors to assist in decisions to maintain communities’ property values and ensure the preservation of associations’ financial health. The company’s services – handled by a team of certified managers – balance fiscal responsibility, cutting edge technology (which is unique in the field), homeowner education and a positive atmosphere for all its clients, from single family and business parks to condominiums and master planned communities.