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New Leaders inTraining Selected Michele Butler, our NorthTexas Regional Vice President, envisioned a formal training program where Assistant Property Managers could collaborate, draw on company resources, and advance to their next level of leadership. In 2016, Leaders in Training (LIT) became a reality. Each month, Michele prepares and coordinates sessions so selected candidates can learn about various elements of the Property Manager role. Topics revolve around market surveys, variance reports, dress code standards, financial playlists, revenue management, and more. Pinnacle policies, missions, and core values are also discussed in detail and performance benchmarks are set for property shops, reputation management, accounting month-end reports and ATR standards. Pinnacle would like to congratulate her incoming 2018 – 2019 LIT participants and wish them well on their career advancement journey:
Elizabeth Fee – The Statler Kyle Michel – Villas Central Park
James McCarther II – 2803 Riverside MichaelWashington – Primrose at Park Villas Jason Gerth – Monroe Kendrick Harris – Old Shepard Place Chase Andrews – The Mallory
Nichole Omar – Ascend at Westridge Eva Gaytan – Churchill on the Park Wanda Broadway – Rosemont at Ash Creek Detra Crenshaw – Primrose Oaks
TheWashington Multi Family Housing Association awarded over $16,600 in tuition scholarships for the 2018 Credential program, affording two Pinnacle team members, among others, an opportunity toward career development. A Certified
Never say never. After crossing the finish line in the Coeur d’Alene Ironman race this past August, Brenda Gammie suffered a disappointing setback during her qualifier for the Boston Marathon. Her legs crashed and burned at mile 20 and she missed it by only 12 minutes. We’ll be cheering you on Brenda when you try again in July!
Apartment Portfolio Supervisor (CAPS) Scholarship went to Rachel Phinney and a National Apartment Leasing Professional (NALP) Scholarship went to Megan Rich.
Justin Gaboury Installed as President of Connecticut ApartmentAssociation
Stamford-based Justin Gaboury, Regional Property Manager, was installed as President of the
Connecticut Apartment Association to advance and protect the welfare of the apartment industry in Connecticut. He will also draw on the national resources of the National Apartment Association to service members’ interests.
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