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Need some help for your self-managed Condo or HOA? Facing a difficult challenge? If so, you’ve come to the right place. I provide on-request guidance and education that help you improve the operation of your Condo or HOA without the monthly expense commitment.
What inspired the CIC Name?
CIC is an acronym for Common Interest Community which is an alternative term for a condo association or HOA that encompasses both of those types of communities and more. I think Common Interest Community better describes the nature of such communities in that they exist primarily to preserve, enhance and protect the property in the best common interest of the community.
Owner, Consultant, Condo/HOA Expert
CIC Advisors (2015-Present)
Owner and Consultant
Windwood Village Owners Association (2014-2017)
Board Director and Secretary
Community Associations Institute, Washington State Chapter (2011-2012)
Taught, with an attorney partner, CAI’s Community Association Volunteer Leader course for new Directors/Board Members. This course has since been renamed to The Board Leadership Development Workshop.
Trestle Community Management (2006-2014)
Owner and Community Manager
Managed five communities directly and a total of 13 indirectly. Experience with a broad spectrum of scenarios that arise in common interest communities with a special interest and focus on financial management. Great understanding of both CIC and portfolio management company operations and their challenges.
Windwood Village Owners Association (2006-2007)
Board Director At Large
Trestle Consulting (1994-2006)
Independent IT Consultant
Prior to his interest in homeowner associations, David was an independent information technology consultant working in various business analysis and project management roles. A partial client list includes Starbucks Coffee, Microsoft, Expedia, Boeing, Heart Technology, Boston Scientific Corp and King County Sexual Assault Resource Center.
Prior IT Experience (1985-1994)
Bechtel Power Corp, Toshiba America and Physio-Control Corp.
I have a strong commitment to improving the experience of homeowners in common interest communities.
Certified Manager of Community Associations (CMCA®)
The CMCAs purpose is to ensure that community association managers practice with professionalism, integrity and knowledge.
Professional Management Development Program Courses (CAI)
Short courses and seminars on community association management topics too numerous to list
B.S., Business Administration, Computer Information Systems, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona
CAI is an international membership organization dedicated to building better communities. CAI provides information, education and resources to the homeowner volunteers who govern communities and the professionals who support them. CAI members include association board members and other homeowner leaders, community managers, association management firms and other professionals who provide products and services to associations.