ROHNERT PARK, CA--Melanie Malik, CCAM, AMS, PCAM, has joined
the EBMC team as a community association manager. Malik comes to the firm with
nearly a decade of experience in common-interest-development management and
with ample professional certifications. These include her Professional
Community Association Manager designation from the Community Associations
Institute as well as her Certified Community Association Manager designation
from the California Association of Community Managers.
In her experience managing both large and small communities,
Malik has had to deal with a variety of complex issues and has led boards of
directors through the myriad of concerns facing communities, including major
construction matters, owner conflicts and rising costs. In her role she will be
managing a portfolio of community
associations in Marin County.
As the EBMC staff grows, so does their professional designations.
Community managers Carol Melendez and Lisa Eisenberg have both earned their Portfolio
Manager Specialty certifications from the California Association of Community
To earn this specialty certification, a manager must first hold
the CCAM professional designation for a minimum of two years. The manager must
then complete more than 30 hours of classroom education focusing on nine areas that
concentrate on the unique aspects of portfolio management, including human
resources, insurance risk and portfolio management.
Carol Melendez has been with EBMC for close to 15 years. Her
experience ranges from onsite apartment management, single family home
management, and community association management. She holds a California Real
Estate Salesperson license in addition to her CCAM designation. Melendez is based
in the firm’s Sonoma County office.
Lisa Eisenberg has been with EBMC for nearly three years and
has practiced real estate management for over a decade. She is based in our
Marin County office in Novato, CA.