Heather Goodell - Senior Vice President and Controller - Corporate Accounting
Plano, Texas – RealManage is pleased to announce Heather Goodell, CPA, a corporate team member, promotion to senior vice president and controller.
Heather initially began her career with RealManage in 2009, where she was a regional controller for the accounting service group for three years. In 2012 she left to start her own consulting business, which she grew successfully for six years. Heather eventually rejoined the RealManage Family of brands in January of 2019, where she served as the corporate accounting manager and then in 2020 moved up to a corporate controller role. Due to Heather's success as a corporate controller and RealManage's continued rapid expansion, she was promoted to senior vice president and controller.
"I believe hard work, grace, and continuous improvement are the keys to success. It is an honor to work for a growing company that shares these values and rewards them with opportunities to grow and advance, states Heather Goodell. "I'm grateful to work for a CEO and executive team that not only mentors and supports me but allows me to dream big."
Heather is a certified public accountant and holds a Master of Accounting Degree. She has 20 years of accounting experience in several industries, including manufacturing, construction, and property.
"Heather's impressive work ethic and dedication have set her apart. She is committed to providing the highest level of service while building a culture of excellence, states Chief Executive Officer Chris O'Neill. "I am excited to be recognizing all her wonderful success with her promotion to Senior Vice President and Controller of Corporate Accounting."
RealManage is a community management company that manages thousands of community associations across the nation. Areas of operation include California, Colorado, Florida, Illinois, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Nevada, Texas, and Washington. The company provides services to homeowner associations (HOAs), condominium associations, cooperatives, municipal utility districts, luxury high-rises, and large master-planned communities.