As anyone familiar with community associations knows, the term “fiduciary” and “fiduciary duty” are commonly thrown around by managers, board members, and owners as generic “catch-alls” to describe board member obligations. Although they are undoubtedly popular buzzwords, their prevalence often oversimplifies their meaning – to the detriment of unwary board members. While some fiduciary duties
Join WMCCAI for our first annual Trunk or Treat! Visit our Trunkers as they treat you with Spooktacular goodies. Dust off your costumes, bring your family on a broom and connect with us and your association industry service providers for a socially responsible Chapter treat. Mask up and wear your best or funniest costume for a chance to win prizes. It will be a ghostly good time! For the health and safety of trunkers and treaters we ask that masks be worn, and social distancing be practiced. Happy Haunting!
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.
Dress to Kill for our 2020 Annual Awards Celebration - Bond as Never Before at the virtual event of the year. Celebrate WMCCAI Chapter Volunteers with a zoom party to remember. We will have surprises, prizes and a 007 of a good time. Events don’t get any bigger than… Bond…James Bond. Don’t miss out!
WMCCAI's board of directors is responsible for the organization's policy and governance. In accordance with Community Associations Institute and WMCCAI bylaws, the board reflects CAI's multidisciplinary membership with at least two community association volunteers (CAV), three community association managers (MGR), three business partners (BP) and seven at-large members. The composition of at-large members cannot provide any one membership category with more than 50 percent of the seats on the board of directors. The board of directors meet on the fourth Monday of each month.