Daniel J. Henning, PCAM – Chairman
Prior to founding Community Management Associates, Inc. in 1989, Dan had an extensive career in Marketing and Sales Management for Fortune 500 companies. He was a District Marketing Manager for American Express, Regional Manager for Johnson & Johnson and Sales Representative for Mobil Oil. During his corporate tenure, Dan learned how to successfully manage projects while keeping an eye on the big picture. This training honed his entrepreneurial skills for his future company. He created and runs CMA with the core values of integrity, loyalty, and professionalism. Dan has successfully achieved the following Community Association Institute (CAI) designations: CMCA (Certified Manager of Community Associations), AMS (Association Management Specialist), PCAM (Professional Community Association Manager) and has a CAM licenses from the Georgia Real Estate Commission. He is a proud ‘65 graduate of Ohio State University and devout Buckeye Football fan.
Dennis F. Hoffman, PCAM – President / Broker
Prior to working with Dan Henning, Dennis spent three years working for another association management company and developed a reputation as one of the finest managers in the community association management industry in Atlanta. He was one of the first managers in the Atlanta area to obtain the Community Association Institute (CAI) designation as a Professional Community Association Manager (PCAM). He also holds a Georgia Real Estate Broker’s license. Prior to starting his association management career, he worked in the government sector in the human resource area. Dennis has a degree in accounting from the University of San Francisco and a MBA from the University of California Berkeley.
Eric J. Henning, PCAM – Chief Executive Officer
Eric is a second-generation association manager. He and his father were the first father-son PCAMs. PCAM (Professional Community Association Manager) is the highest designation issued by the Community Association Institute (CAI)) in the nation. As a part of CMA’s well planned succession plan, Eric was appointed to the position of CEO. His responsibilities include managing the daily affairs of the company while managing his own portfolio of associations. Eric is the recipient of the 2000 Rita Kennedy Award and served for two years as chairperson for the CAI Georgia Chapter. In 2003, he served as Treasurer for the CAI Board and taught a course for homeowners titled Approach to Solving Problems. This course is part of CAI’s ABC seminars held in Georgia and nationally. He has served on the Legal Action Committee for CAI as well. In 2005, Eric served as President for CAI. Prior to joining CMA, he was a firefighter for more than five years.
Jay Devlin – Chief Operating Officer
Prior to joining CMA in 2011, Jay spent eight years working in residential real estate sales and development in Chicago. He successfully worked with individuals, investors and developers implementing strategies to acquire and sell properties. He was consistently ranked as a top producing agent by the Chicago Association of Realtors. Before real estate, Jay lived in San Francisco where he worked in corporate sales for PR Newswire, the leading global provider of marketing and communications solutions. While at PR Newswire, Jay won several sales awards including the President’s Club Award for top sales. Jay earned his Bachelor of Science in History and Minor in Economics from DePauw University in Indiana.
A. Todd Ward, PCAM – Vice President
Todd joined the CMA team in 2006 as a portfolio manager. A year later, he assumed the responsibilities of his current position heading up CMA’s strategic projects and technology initiatives. Although he no longer manages properties, he maintains his Georgia real estate license and has earned a PCAM (Professional Community Association Manager), the highest professional recognition available nationwide to managers who specialize in community association management. Todd was the first recipient of the “Rounding the Mark Award” (Employee of the Year) in 2007. Prior to joining CMA, he worked in Student Affairs at The University of North Carolina at Charlotte and in advertising for the AJC and Gannett publishing. Todd is originally from Hickory, NC and has a Bachelor’s degree in Information Technology from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte.
Michele Richards, PCAM – Vice President
Michele was promoted in 2009 from Division Manager to her current position after beginning her career with CMA in 2003. Michele has been awarded the Community Association Institute’s (CAI) most prestigious designation of PCAM (Professional Community Association Manager). She is responsible for developing and implementing strategies for new business and marketing. Before joining CMA, Michele was a manager for Delta Air Lines for 15 years. She also served her community as a Fulton County Reserve Deputy for 10 years. Michele is originally from the Great White North (Canada, eh?) and holds her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Carleton University Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.
H. Peter Gant, CPA – Vice President
Peter joined CMA in 2016 as Vice President of Accounting with responsibilities over the Accounting, Closing/Legal & Transition teams. He is a CPA with over 20 years of accounting & financial management experience, including startups, multiple operations, international, and consolidations. He approaches the “Operations” of Accounting with a focus on driving efficiencies through technology & process alignment. Prior to joining CMA, he spent 17 years in telecom & technology services. Most recently, he served as VP-Finance at Apto Solutions where he worked with ownership to develop long-term growth strategies, expanded reporting & client profitability analysis, and securing new business lines of credit. Peter is a member of the Georgia Society of CPAs and has served on a number of scholarship boards & charitable organizations. He is an active volunteer with his church’s children’s ministry along with local school & sports activities.
Cheryl Neal – Accounting Manager
Cheryl began her career with CMA in 2006 as an Accounts Receivable Clerk. In 2013, she accepted the role of the Accounting Manager. Her daily responsibilities include supervising the Accounting Staff and ensuring that the daily functions of the Accounting department are running efficiently and effective. She received a dual Bachelor’s degree in Accounting and Business Management from AIU-Dunwoody in April 2006. She furthered her education and received her MBA in Business Management with a concentration in Finance from AIU in October 2013. Cheryl is an active member of the Order of Eastern Star which is an organization that is heavily involved in charity work and community service. In her spare time, she enjoys being the Team Mom for her daughter’s cheer squad and spending quality time with her family.
Jennifer Richard – Director of Human Resources
Jennifer has more than 15 years diverse Human Resources experience. She is highly proficient in developing and implementing innovative recruitment and retention strategies, researching and implementing human resource information systems, developing employee policies and procedures, managing employee relations, developing competency frameworks, performance management and measurement systems, training and organizational development, compensation and benefits systems, and business process redesign. Prior to joining CMA, Jennifer worked in several industries to include healthcare, state government, military, and IT. She is originally from Indiana and holds a Bachelor of Science in Labor Studies with a concentration in Communications from Indiana University (Go Hoosiers!).
Richard Maritt, CMCA, AMS, PCAM – Director of Professional & Organizational Development
Richard joined CMA in January 2010 after six years in the industry (three years as an onsite manager). He is from the Midwest and has lived in KS, OK, LA, and three cities in TXs before calling GA home in 1998. Prior to association management, Richard was a corporate training assistant for a national hotel chain in addition to providing IT support to the locations. Experienced in opening new hotels, transitioning them from one brand to another, and in daily operations, he found it easy to translate those duties to the tasks of association management. With an degree in Information Technology and a minor in Accounting, Richard brings great skills to the complex operation of an association. Richard is accredited by the Community Association Institute (CAI) with the designations of CMCA (Certified Manager of Community Associations), AMS (Association Management Specialist), and PCAM (Professional Community Association Manager).
Joshua Toledo – Manager of Training & Development
Joshua comes to CMA with over 9 years of unique and diverse experience in the community association industry. After graduating from the College of Charleston, Joshua spent 3 years working as a Community Associations Paralegal with Weissman, Nowack, Curry & Wilco, P.C. In 2010, he transitioned from the legal side of the industry to the management side, where he has filled various roles for Atlanta community management firms including Collections/Legal Coordinator, Portfolio Property Manager, and Property Management Trainer. In addition to managing a limited portfolio of associations for CMA, Joshua serves as a member of the Training & Development team by providing enhanced training manuals, classroom sessions, and private session training for association managers. In January 2016, Joshua was the recipient of CMA’s annual Rising Star award.
Sean Rucker, PCAM – Director of Risk Management
Sean joined CMA in 2006 after being a 2-year onsite manager. He is from the Northeast, has spent time in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Virginia, and has been in Georgia since 2001. As the Director of Risk Management, Sean works closely with agents to ensure each association has proper insurance coverage. He also coordinates disaster recovery projects after a loss to ensure the insurance policy and association documents are followed. Sean focuses on preparing communities for natural and environmental disasters through preparedness plans. He has experience helping communities during and after emergencies as well as long-term reserve budgeting. Additionally, Sean oversees a limited portfolio of association managers. Sean obtained his Professional Community Association Manager (PCAM) designation through Community Association Institute (CAI) in 2012. He enjoys cycling and running.
Andrea Hospodar, PCAM – Director of Property Management
Andrea came to CMA after being a 12-year onsite high-rise manager in the Buckhead area starting in 1997. At CMA, she started as a portfolio manager and rose to creating and overseeing our Onsite High-Rise Division. In that division, Andrea provided support and training for associations with onsite managers and staff. Starting in late 2015, Andrea began overseeing all Division Managers. This position will help to ensure consistency amongst the divisions throughout all of CMA’s location. Andrea graduated from Southern Methodist University with a degree in Psychology. She enjoys international travel, food/wine tasting and cooking.
Sarah Magee – Director of CMA Services
Sarah began her career in association/property management 16 years ago after graduating with a degree in Marketing Management. After 4 years in apartment management, she joined the association management industry as an Assistant Association Manager. Sarah quickly moved into a portfolio management role and ultimately took on the role of Director of Management Services supervising a portfolio of over 280 associations, a management team of 28 association managers, and many support staff members. Sales, training, process development, and implementation were just some of the aspects of this role. She is excited to help contribute to CMA in similar ways as she currently coordinates our various subsidiaries and ancillary departments. Sarah is a professional guitar player/ lead vocalist and has played with bands in the Atlanta area for over 18 years. We will make sure she brings her guitar to Board meetings to sing our praises!
Rick Boyett – Facilities Engineering Supervisor
Rick has spent 27 years in graphic arts; he was a plant manager in some of the largest printing companies in GA. In the first 15 years of that career, Rick wore many hats including one as a press mechanic for Heidelberg, Komori, and Mitsubishi. These global companies loved the Pre-Maintenance programs he put in place not only for the pressroom yet for the entire plants. In 2006, Rick was invited to a MESA Metals (a global Japanese fabrication company). By implementing his 5S program and a strong Pre-Maintenance program, the Georgia plant downtime went from 23% to .06%. This is possible when you schedule Preventive Maintenance and eliminate unnecessary downtime! In 2008, Rick decided to focus on residential rather than commercial work and started at his first high-rise building. He focused his mechanic’s ability on the infrastructure and put a Pre-Maintenance program into place so everything became proactive rather than reactive. After 9 years, Rick joined CMA. He now is implementing Pre-Maintenance programs at most of CMA’s managed buildings.
Tom Garreau, CPA – Director of Finance
Tom is originally from Winter Park, Florida and a graduate of the University of Central Florida. Post graduation, he served in the United States Coast Guard. Upon Honorable Discharge, he worked as a Bank Examiner for the State of Georgia and later moved into management of banks, savings and loans and credit unions for 15 years. During this time period, Tom obtained his CPA certification from the State of Georgia. Tom currently is a crucial member of our Transition team in analyzing incoming financial setup needs, document requirements, etc. with incoming associations. As well, Tom is a loan specialist for associations! He has been working in association management for 12+ years. Tom’s favorite activities are camping, hiking, biking, swimming and sitting on the dock at Lake Hartwell.
Latonya Cantrell – Transition Manager
Latonya began employment with CMA in 2007 as a member of the Accounting Department. She took over the role of Transition Manager in 2014. Latonya is responsible for ensuring that all new associations in the CMA portfolio experience a seamless transition into the CMA family. Prior to joining CMA, she used her customer service skills in retail and worked as an Administrative Assistant with the Department of Family and Children Services. She obtained her degree in Accounting at GA State University.
Laura Cochran – Lease Administration Manager
Laura joined CMA in 2015 as a Lease Administration Manager. The CMA Lease Administration program assists associations by tracking and managing lease permitting, lease tracking, and lease expiration dates along with enforcing leasing caps and follow-up with lease violators. Laura earned a degree in Communications from the University of Alabama. Laura moved to the Atlanta area in 2005. Her early career experiences included working in the hospitality and mortgage industries along with experience in human resources and office management. She has held positions in administration, closing, and leasing departments within various management firms.
Hollie Battle, CMCA, PCAM – Division Manager
Hollie joined CMA in 2005 as an onsite community association manager, later moved into the portfolio manager position, and was then promoted to Division Manager. She is responsible for overseeing a division of association managers along with managing her own portfolio. In addition, Hollie oversees the South Carolina market and appreciates the opportunity to supervise the operations as CMA continues to grow in this market. Hollie has obtained the PCAM (Professional Community Association Manager) designation, which is the highest designation that can be obtained in the industry. She has an extensive background in association management from association, multi-family and residential real estate. Prior to joining CMA, Hollie worked with Julian LeCraw and Company for seven years as a Senior Community Manager focusing on distressed multi-family communities. Hollie is a honorable veteran of the United States Army and a Georgia native.
Eric Behning – Division Manager
Eric is originally from Jacksonville, FL where he began a career with Genuine Parts Company (NAPA Auto Parts) as a Training Coordinator. He and his family transferred to Atlanta in 1998. He oversaw the Human Resource activities at NAPA’s largest operation in Norcross. Making a career change, Eric use his experience of serving on the Board of his 988-home community to venture into the world of association management. Eric says association management is like Human Resources; it is a “people business”. It is all about assisting people and managing their expectations. With 10 years in the industry as a portfolio manager and trainer, Eric arrived at CMA and, in the Fall of 2017, was promoted to Division Manager. Eric leads a team in Atlanta and the growing Chattanooga market. Eric can usually be found on a tennis court or spending time with his wife, children, and grandchildren.
Bodie Brown – Division Manager
Bodie obtained his Georgia Real Estate Sales License in 1995 and used his license extensively in management of both residential and commercial properties in Athens, GA while attending school. Upon graduation from the University of Georgia (BA 2000- Geography with a focus on Urban Studies, GIS, and Real Estate), he continued working in property management throughout Georgia (Athens & Albany) and began his career at CMA in early 2002. Since that time, Bodie has assisted various Boards with the preparation and facility management of over sixty-five million dollars in capital and operating budgets for community associations throughout the metropolitan Atlanta area. In his free time, Bodie likes to travel and spend time with his family.
Juanita Clancy – Division Manager
Juanita was introduced to association management in 2003 as an administrative assistant for 10 managers at a Florida-based management company. After 8 months, she because the Administrative Coordinator and obtained her CAM license. In 2012, Juanita joined a large management firm in their Nashville office. There, she moved from receptionist to administrative assistant to association manager within the first year. After that time, she was promoted to Director of Management Services where she managed 8 properties, 6 managers, a property inspector, and supervised the Knoxville branch. In 2016, Juanita joined CMA to get back to the family-based atmosphere she started out with in Florida. As Juanita says, “I love, love, love my CMA family!”
Cendy Crosby, CMCA, AMS – Division Manager
Cendy has worked as a community association manager since 2007 starting with the Riverwood Plantation Association in Evans, Georgia. Cendy and her two partners, Stacy Fowler and Roger Johnson, founded Association Solutions, LLC in November 2011. On November 1, 2014, Association Solutions and CMA merged to create a premier association management firm in the CSRA and Augusta area. Cendy has earned a Certified Manager of Community Associations (CMCA) certification from the National Board of Certification for Community Association Managers. She has also been awarded the Association Management Specialist (AMS) designation from the Community Associations Institute (CAI). Cendy has a Bachelor of Administration Degree from Georgia Southern University.
Robin Cuson, CMCA, AMS – Division Manager
Robin joined CMA in 2006 after 8 years at Delta Air Lines. She began her career at CMA as a portfolio manager, then was promoted to the position of Division Manager. She now leads a team of association managers while maintaining her own portfolio as well as working toward further enhancing CMA’s hiring and training process. Robin graduated from the University of Tennessee in 1997 with a BA in Sociology. She has managed a wide variety of primarily in town Atlanta community associations ranging from commercial properties to condos, townhome communities and HOA’s.
Chris Fabina, CMCA, AMS – Division Manager
Chris was born and raised in Michigan City, IN. He graduated from Wabash College majoring in Political Science. There, he played football for the Little Giants; he was a member of Sphinx Club and Beta Theta Pi Fraternity. Chris began his professional career in 2002 with HHGregg. Specializing in Inventory Control/Asset Protection, Chris was promoted to manage the Southeast Operations. In 2005, inspired by its awarded New Urbanism, he and his wife purchased a Glenwood Park condo. Chris became part of the Board of Directors which sparked his interest in real estate. Chris joined CMA in 2014 with a focus on intown condo associations. He currently is a member of the Fundraising Committee of the Georgia Chapter of the Community Associations Institute (CAI). Chris has earned the professional designations of CAMICB’s Certified Manager of Community Associations (CMCA®) as well as CAI’s Association Management Specialist (AMS®). Chris and his wife live in Morningside with their two children and two dogs.
Cathy Green – Division Manager
Cathy joined CMA in 2013, relocating back to Atlanta after working for 2 years as an onsite manager in Houston, Texas. Being recruited by CMA, Cathy became the onsite manager for Bentwater which is located in a northwest suburb of Atlanta. She was promoted to the position of Division Manager after two and one-half years. Prior to 2011, Cathy worked in the new homes industry in Atlanta for 15 years running sales and marketing for such builders as Torrey Homes and DR Horton, the new homes division at Prudential Georgia Realty, and local developers throughout the area. She now leads a team of fifteen association managers who work onsite in large scale HOA communities. Cathy brings 18+ years of management skills to her position at CMA. Cathy graduated with a BFA from Kent State University in Ohio and brings benefits such as project management, contract negotiations and training to CMA.
Tracy Lanard, CMCA – Division Manager
Tracy joined CMA as a portfolio manager in 2005 and was promoted to Division Manager after three years. Tracy leads a team of association managers in Georgia and Alabama. After attending the University of Georgia, Tracy started her career in retail management where she managed high profile stores for Bath and Body Works. She has over a decade of customer service and management expertise including managing luxury multi-family apartment homes, condos, townhomes & homeowner’s associations. Tracy was the 2014-2016 co-chair of the CAI-GA (Community Association Institute) Fundraising Committee and is a dedicated UGA football fan.
Marc Lewchuck, CMCA – Division Manager
Marc joined CMA as a Portfolio Manager in 2012 after a successful career as a Facility Manager in the automotive industry. Marc was promoted to Division Manager in early 2017, and now leads a team of five Community Association Managers. Marc has an Associate’s Degree in Business Management from Gwinnett Technical College as well as extensive facilities experience working as a contractor to such clients as General Motors, Ford, and Volkswagen. He brings to CMA almost two decades of customer service and management expertise. Marc is the proud father of two boys, husband of over twenty years, and a fanatic New York Mets and football Giants fan.
Chrys Martin-Prichard – Division Manager
Chrys Martin-Prichard came to CMA in 2013. Chrys started in Atlanta as a Realtor in the Intown/Loft market. She next supervised the Sales and Marketing Department for an Intown development company overseeing new construction, historical rehabs, resales, procurement, and marketing for 10 Georgia projects. Chrys then worked as an on-site manager at a historic luxury high-rise. As onsite manager, she helped negotiate a nearly 6-figure builder settlement. While at CMA, she has worked as both an onsite and portfolio manager. Chrys holds a Georgia Broker License. Originally from the Midwest, she and her husband live in Decatur with their two children and can often be seen at the softball park or attending a band concert; they all enjoy traveling. Chrys has a Bachelor of Science in Education from Southern Illinois University-Carbondale.
Paige Perkins – Division Manager
Paige joined CMA in 2014 as an onsite manager with the High-Rise Division and was promoted to Manager of the division in 2016. Her background in community and association management goes back twenty years, first in municipal government and then in large-scale association management. This experience gives her insight into zoning and regulation issues as well as also bringing a depth of experience with a wide-range of contractors and service providers. Paige has a Master’s degree in Education from the University of Alabama – Birmingham and has served as an instructor with Georgia Tech’s Economic Development Institute. She is an active volunteer in her community serving on an architectural review board as well as a downtown development authority. She is a graduate of the Atlanta Regional Commission’s Regional Leadership Institute.