Flemington, New Jersey, March 10, 2011—The Community Association Institute recognized three Access Property Management employees at their annual dinner on March 3. Jacquie Dolan Rogers, APM property manager was given the prestigious Candice Bladt Community Manager of the Year award for her commitment to the Hills Highland Master Association. Ted Judah, APM property manager was awarded the Committee of the Year for his groundbreaking efforts on the Golf Committee and Denise Lindsey, APM Vice President was recognized as Speaker of the Year.
The Candice Bladt Community Manager of the Year and Committee of the Year awards are selected by a nominating committee of property management peers. “We’re very proud of Jacquie and Ted, they give 150 percent to their properties and board members,” said Wayde Scheffer, Access Property Management’s CEO.
Unlike the other winner categories, CAI’s Speaker of the Year winner is selected based on audience feedback and speaker rating scales. Recipients must possess a strong proficiency and willingness to share their skills “Denise’s expertise in property management practices and 25 years of hands on experience enable her to share a wealth of knowledge with our clients,” said Scheffer.
Access Property Management recently hosted a seminar series for their clients and guests regarding rules and regulations for board members. At the seminars, Lindsey presented current scenarios and useful strategies for audience members.
Access Property Management (APM), LLC is a full service management company for common interest community associations and commercial properties throughout New Jersey and eastern Pennsylvania. APM is an accredited Association Management Company and Accredited Management Organization, one of only four firms in New Jersey to hold both prestigious designations.