RealManage's SVP Rhonda Drew's Wins Numerous CAI-CV Awards
During the recent 2020 CAI-CV Awards and Gala held in Rancho Mirage, CA, Rhonda Drews, Regional Vice President for the RealManage Western region as honored to be the recipient of two awards! The awards Rhonda received were Distinguished Service, Operational Committee Chair of the Year. Additionally, and Education Committee of which she is the co-chair of won the Above and Beyond award.
Geoff Browne, PCAM®, Division President of the Western Region states, "We are so thrilled and grateful to have a Regional Leader as part of our RealManage team with such a high commitment to educating professionals in our industry and giving back to the local community associations and board members. Winning an award is a great accomplishment, and winning several awards is clear testament to her dedication and experience to the industry as a whole."
Distinguished Service Award – The Distinguished Services Award is a high honor that acknowledges a CAI-CV member who has gone above and beyond to help the chapter meet its goals and objectives for 2019.
Operational Committee of the Year - The Operational Committee of the year award is awarded to a CAI-CV operational committee that has achieved a high level of success, reaching its committee goals and helping the chapter reach its vision. The Education Committee was the winner this year and Rhonda is the co-chair of that committee.
Above & Beyond Award – The Above and Beyond Award is given to an individual committee member who has gone above and beyond for its committee and the chapter.
CAI-CV is the leading source of education, advocacy, and professional credentialing for common interest developments (CIDs) in the Coachella Valley. CAI-CV is one of sixty CAI chapters in the U.S. and abroad with more than 33,000 members worldwide. The Coachella Valley chapter of CAI has more than 520 members, representing hundreds of local communities.
RealManage is a property management company that specializes in HOA management. We manage hundreds of community associations throughout California, Colorado, Georgia, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Nevada, North Carolina, South Carolina, Texas, and Washington, including homeowner associations (HOAs), condominium associations, cooperatives, municipal utility districts, luxury high-rises, and large master-planned communities.