PARK, CA--We reported recently on EBMC’s Carra Clampitt earning her Specialty
Certificate in Large-Scale Community Management.
EBMC’s emphasis on credentialed, professional service, Malinda Baldridge,
senior community association manager in the Reno office, is now a Certified
Manager of Community Associations, a designation earned through the Community
Institute’s stated purpose is to “ensure that community association managers practice
with professionalism, integrity and knowledge.” The CMCA certification program
is the only internationally accredited certification program in the field.
certification process itself demands a minimum of five years of management
experience and passing a rigorous written exam.
is a more-than-10-year veteran of EBMC in Reno, who already holds her Supervisory Certified Association Manager Designation through the State of Nevada.
won’t stop here, as the manager states, and over the next two years, “I plan on
pursuing my Association Management Specialist and my Professional Community
Association Manager designations.” Both are offered through the Community
hard work and commitment, both to EBMC and to her own professional development,
is a classic example of a win/win,” says EBMC president Stephen L. Burger. “It
underscores for everyone, the general community and everyone at EBMC, exactly what
it means to strive for excellence in our profession.”