Access Property Management is excited to announce that Roseanne Long has been recognized by the Institute of Real Estate Management (IREM) as part of a group of the 2018 next-generation exceptional leaders by the 30 Under 30 Leadership Program.
This program selects 30 young professionals from 30 companies who have made significant contributions to the profession by showing talent and leadership on the job. The designees are selected from a group of nominations submitted by managers from across the world and are showcased in IREM’s Journal of Property Management which celebrates their drive and dedication.
Roseanne Long stands out in her role as a community manager for Access Property Management, LLC. “Roseanne provides top-quality customer service for her communities by building strong relationships with community members and vendors.” – Scott Dalley, Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, Access Property Management, LLC
Roseanne earned her Accredited Residential Manager (ARM) and Certified Property Manager (CPM) designations from IREM. She is the Co-Chair for the IREM Young Professional Committee for the New Jersey chapter as well as serving on the Executive Committee for the NJ Chapter. At the national level, Roseanne is part of the Young Professionals Taskforce.
In her role with the Young Professionals Committee, Roseanne is organizing a food drive for the Flemington food pantry to be held later this year. Her commitment to her communities extends to giving back to the local areas around them.
Roseanne Long, CPM, ARM Portfolio Manager & Executive Assistant as Access Property Management, LLC in Flemington, NJ states:
“Being nominated is an honor in its own right, let alone making the list. I think this program is amazing because it recognizes people who may not get the same exposure as some of the industry vets. I’m proud to be part of an organization that looks to the future and recognizes their “Next Generation” leaders. Every day is something new: a new law, a new industry standard, a new problem to solve.”