ROHNERT PARK, CA--Carra Clampitt, EBMC’s vice
president and manager of the North Bay District, has chalked up yet another
professional accomplishment. Clampitt has earned her Specialty Certificate in
Large ScaleCommunity Management, a designation offered as part of an
advanced continuing education program for experienced Certified Community
Association Managers through the California Association of Community Managers.
The specialized curriculum treats such
intense subject areas as Risk Management, Human Resource Management and the
specialized knowledge and skills unique to managing Large Scale associations.
Also, the Age-Restricted Active Adult Community Management course allowed her
to complete specific education regarding the unique management needs, legal
considerations and challenges of active adult communities.
Clampitt is clearly on a roll, this being the
second achievement in a matter of weeks for the manager of EBMC’s Sonoma, Napa and Lake districts.
As we reported last month, she was named 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.
In addition to this latest certification,
Clampitt 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.
“Carra’s achievement of this
additional certification underscores her commitment to continuing education,
which is an absolute necessity in a constantly evolving industry,” said EBMC
president Stephen L. Burger. “It is also a reflection of EBMC’s overall
commitment to the professional development of all of our team. We applaud Carra
for her commitment to ongoing education and to our emphasis on top-quality
service to our occupants.”