The term “digital divide” is often used to describe the differences between people who have access to computers and technology and those who do not. For community associations, however, the digital divide is the gap between the capabilities of the electronic world and the management needs of the physical world. In a culture where people
We had a blast at Effingham Manor for our Wine Down Tasting & Networking Event last month. Guests had a chance to enjoy a beautiful winery setting, sample some incredible local West Virginia wines, all while networking alongside other WMCCAI members. Be sure to check out all the highlights in the event recap video posted
As a CAI member you will have access to information on the trends in this rapidly changing industry-with practical knowledge, insights from leaders in the field, best practices, research, and tools you can use every day.
Take the fear and anxiety out of taking the CMCA exam. Become familiar with the structure and content of the test in this interactive study session tailor made for managers and administrators pursuing the CMCA designation. Participants will be guided by a panel of professionals representing each of the knowledge areas covered in the exam. This session is not conducted as a lecture, but rather is a unique opportunity for participants to apply what they know in a discussion setting along with their peers and industry professionals.
The Potomac Watershed Committee is a subcommittee of the Public Outreach Committee. They meet every third Thursday from September 2019-April 2020. This committee is responsible for preparing and educating those members that wish to be site leaders for Potomac Watershed Day, scheduled for April 2020.