Michelle Stanovich of Keystone Pacific Property Management, a California-based community association management company, has earned the Certified Community Association Manager (CCAM®) designation through the California Association of Community Managers. She is a senior community association manager based in the Temecula office.
“The CCAM® designation supports my commitment to managing community associations effectively —I believe that industry education is essential in keeping up with ongoing changes, as well as the challenges that occur in day-to-day management,” said Stanovich. “Being informed and educated is the best defense against any challenge likely to arise.”
Since joining Keystone Pacific in 2008, Stanovich has been managing a portfolio of new community development projects and existing association communities throughout the Inland Empire. The CCAM® program was developed to establish and ensure standards of practice and professionalism in managing California community associations.