RENO — Associated Management, Inc., an Associa company, announced this week that homeowner Marilyn Brainard received the Community Associations Institute’s prestigious President’s Award and Outstanding Volunteer Service Award at the recent CAI Annual Conference and Exposition.
“I am extremely proud of Marilyn for receiving both of these awards,” said AMI President and CEO Laura Price. “She is the first homeowner in more than 20 years to receive the President’s Award, and I cannot think of anyone more deserving.”
Brainard, who lives in Wingfield Springs Community Association in Sparks, has been a Nevada CAI Chapter member since 2001. During her time as a member, she has served on the board of directors and Legislative Action committee, in addition to five years as a director on her community’s board in Sparks.
She was elected to three terms on CAI’s Community Association Volunteers Committee, one of three membership groups in CAI. Brainard remains active on CAI’s Government and Public Affairs Committee, helping revise CAI’s public policies. She also serves on the Federal Legislative Action Committee. Since 2006, Brainard has represented community association homeowners on the Nevada Commission for Common-Interest Communities and Condominium Hotels.
Associated Management Inc. provides community association management and developer services to northern Nevada. Since 1988, the association’s sole focus has been to deliver performance that enriches communities and enhances the lives of the people it serves. To learn more, visit www.amiusa.net, or find visit Facebook at www.Facebook.com/Associa and search for Associated Management Inc.