February 5, 2019 Crummack Huseby News
Jamie Gould, Director of New Project Development, is an excellent example of the type of employee we embrace at Crummack Huseby. We don’t just look at resumes, and we genuinely love to foster all our team members’ skills. It’s what makes Jamie unique in her thinking and what contributed to her earning a CAI-OC nomination for Innovative Management.
In addition to managing the 1,000-unit master association at Baker Ranch, Jamie independently planned and executed their community’s inaugural 5K, raising over $7,000 in sponsorships from the community’s service providers. All the net proceeds benefitted a local non-profit youth and family organization selected by the Baker Ranch board.
Jamie used to be a local rock star, literally and feels very comfortable in front of the camera. She also utilizes her background in broadcast journalism to produce YouTube videos, highlighting the community’s amenities and reporting from community events.
Her in-person approach to innovative thinking has proven invaluable again and again. Jamie hosts New Homeowner Orientations on weekends and is currently partnering with a Mandarin-speaking Board member to provide translated courtesy communications via e-mail for Chinese owners.
She not only contributes to her community, but she also participates in CAI-OC’s Symposium committee and the Talent Show committee. Jamie holds a CMCA certification and is in pursuit of her AMS designation.
Stop by the Crummack Huseby table to wish our nominees “good luck” on February 9th at a special CAI-OC black-tie dinner at Disney's Grand Californian Hotel & Spa.
ABOUT CRUMMACK HUSEBY PROPERTY MANAGEMENT INC.
Orange County, California, based Crummack Huseby Property Management, Inc., manages many diverse HOA’s and master planned communities in Southern California. They have added value to communities by working with HOAs, homebuilders, and land developers through their collaborative and customized approach. Crummack Huseby’s personalized philosophy to community management has allowed them to successfully discover and develop one-of-a-kind programs for new and existing communities. They offer professional business planning, governance, community management, financial only management, planning and forecasting services for community associations. They also have been recognized as One of the Best Places to Work by the Orange County Business Journal in 2015, 2016 and 2017. Founders Sandy Huseby and Margo Crummack each have more than 30 years of experience in Common Interest Development (CDI) management. For more information, go to www.ch-pm.com, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call toll free at 888-399-9430.
The Orange County Regional Chapter of Community Associations Institute (CAI-OCRC) provides education, networking, resources and advocacy for community associations and the professional and volunteers who serve them.