ROHNERT PARK, CA--Carra S.
Clampitt, EBMC’s vice president and manager of the North Bay district, has been
named the 2016 Volunteer of the Year by the Educational Community for
Homeowners. ECHO, based in San Jose, CA, is a nonprofit membership
corporation dedicated to assisting California homeowners associations.
As its website states, ECHO’s mission is to “advance the
concept, interests and needs of homeowner associations through education and
related services to board members, homeowner members, government officials and
the professionals in the industry.”
In its recognition, the July/August 2016 issue of the ECHO Journal noted that: “Carra has supported ECHO's mission to serve
community associations for 30 years. She is a tireless advocate for independent
board education, encouraging her HOA clients to attend ECHO events. She is also
a frequent seminar speaker and Journal author. As a manager, Carra is
recognized throughout our industry for her experience and leadership.”
broad and diverse range of Clampitt’s industry involvement clearly supports the
for ECHO, she is active on the executive council and founded the Wine Country
Resource Panel, which among other things, promotes discussions of current common-interest housing concerns among
a diverse group of business and professionals. In addition, as an
advocate for higher standards and industry accountability, Clampitt is a member
of the Community Association Institute’s Bay Area Chapter.
In her role as EBMC district
manager, Clampitt oversees the management of all properties in Sonoma, Napa and
Lake counties. She is credentialed as a Certified Community Association
Manager, and an Association Management Specialist among her other designations.
In addition to all this, she is a CACM class instructor, teaching ethics,
effective board meetings, assessment collection and advanced budgeting to CACM
members at large as well as her staff.