AAM Employees Recognized for Achievements through AACM

On September 19th, Associated Asset Management (AAM), a nationally recognized leader in community association management, attended The Arizona Association of Community Manager's (AACM) 15th Anniversary Luncheon where they honored industry professionals that have held their CAAM/CAASP designations for 10+ years and previous G.E.M Award recipients as part of the celebration. 

During the luncheon, AAM proudly had 50 team members recognized for holding their CAAM/CAASP certifications for 10+ years. Each were presented with a commemorative certificate and special attachment for their CAAM/CAASP lapel pin. The Certified Arizona Association Manager (CAAM) and Certified Arizona Association Support Processional (CAASP) are Arizona-specific designations developed by AACM to ensure that community managers and support staff are well versed in Arizona specific HOA Law as well as Ethics, Financials and Operations. 

Additionally, 11 AAM employees were celebrated once again for earning a coveted G.E.M. Award during their careers. The G.E.M. Awards (Guiding Excellence in Management) are a prestigious set of industry specific accolades given to recognize and honor the individual efforts of Community Managers and additional association management professionals that have gone above and beyond their normal daily duties to their association clients and respective companies. 

"We couldn't be more proud of the accomplishments made by our community managers and community support professionals, as well as their continued commitment to the betterment of our industry," said Amanda Shaw, who was recognized at the luncheon for holding her CAAM designation for 10+ years and earning the President's G.E.M. Award in 2015. "As a company, we greatly value ongoing education and continually invest in the CAAM/CAASP certification programs to ensure we uphold our dedication to raising the level of community association care in Arizona, as well as recognize the positive impact it ultimately makes on the professional community management industry."

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To view AAM's online press release, please click here.