Our Team

  • Windermere has the largest team dedicated solely to Association Management in Whatcom County.
  • Brandye Hubbs, Windermere Senior Association Manager
    Brandye Hubbs, CMCA, AMS
    Division Association Manager
  • Kate Conley, Windermere Association Manager
    Kate Conley, CMCA
    Association Manager
  • Rebecca Dolan, Windermere Association Manager
    Rebecca Dolan, CMCA
    Association Manager
  • Virginia Nordin
    Virginia Nordin
    Association Manager
  • Brian Trudeau
    Brian Trudeau
    Association Manager
  • Caitlin Scott
    Caitlin Scott
    Office Manager
  • Michael Longeneker
    Michael Longeneker
    Maintenance Coordinator

Association Accounting Department

  • Amy Quinn, Windermere Accounts Payable
    Amy Quinn
    Accounts Payable
  • Kristin Koshinz, Windermere Accounts Receivable
    Kristin Koshinz
    Accounts Receivable

Definitions of Professional Accreditations/Designations

CMCA: Certified Manager of Community Associations

This certification program is the only internationally accredited certification program in the field, awarded to individuals who pass the CMCA examination, a rigorous test measuring the skills essential for effectively managing community associations. They are tested on community management, industry trends, standards and legislative issues.

Community Association Managers International Certification Board’s (CAMICB) purpose is to ensure that community association managers practice with professionalism, integrity and knowledge.

AMS: Association Management Specialist

Upon completion of the CMCA the next destination is the AMS, which demonstrates a higher level of commitment to career and the community association industry. An AMS designation is recommended for managers to enhance their career opportunities by increasing their association management knowledge and expertise.

PCAM: Professional Community Association Manager

The PCAM designation is the highest professional recognition available nationwide to managers who specialize in community association management.  Designation requires five years of experience and the completion of six courses through the Community Associations Institute in detailed specific fields that involve passing challenging exams.  These include Facilities Management, Association Communications, Community Leadership, Community Governance, Risk Management, and Financial Management.

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