Evanston Condominium Board President Receives Community Association Institute National Recognition
CHICAGO, ILL – (April 12, 2016) – Draper and Kramer announced today that Hank Goldman, president of The Residences of Sherman Plaza Condominium Association in Evanston, IL, is the recipient of top national recognition in a competition sponsored by Community Association Institute (CAI). Goldman was selected as the most deserving leader among its 34,000 members in an initiative sponsored by CAI’s Community Association Board.
According to information provided by CAI: Among his recent achievements on behalf of the 251-unit association, Goldman fostered a genuine sense of community within the association; implemented an energy-efficiency initiative that will ultimately save the association hundreds of thousands of dollars; initiated a multi-year façade project to address existing deficiencies and prevent future issues; and coordinated a common-area redecorating project.
Goldman was nominated for the award by Draper and Kramer property manager Susan Rhyne and account supervisor Ian Novak. Goldman is one of six association board members selected as regional winners.
"These volunteers exemplify the hundreds of thousands of homeowners who serve on their community association boards," said CAI CEO Thomas Skiba, CAE. "The vast majority of these selfless volunteers work with distinction and dedication to build and sustain their communities. They deserve the recognition this initiative represents."
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With more than 34,000 members dedicated to building better communities, CAI works in partnership with 60 chapters to provide information, education and resources to community associations and the professionals who support them. CAI's mission is to inspire professionalism, effective leadership and responsible citizenship—ideals reflected in communities that are preferred places to call home.
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