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CAI-NJ Announces the Recipients of the 2016 Jules C. Frankel Manager Education Assistance Program Scholarship Awards

Freehold, NJ, April 29, 2016– The New Jersey chapter of Community Associations Institute (CAI-NJ), the leading resource for NJ’s community association industry, is proud to announce the 2016 recipients of the Jules C. Frankel Manager Education Assistance Program (MAP) Scholarship Awards.  Selected by the Scholarship Review Group the five recipients are: Shelia Green-Barnhill; Marybeth Hennessy; Carol Nickerson; Christopher Nicosia; and Michelle E. Williams.

This program was developed to assist New Jersey managers in the common interest community industry in furthering their educational and professional development goals.  Recipients were evaluated on essay questions and their involvement in chapter events and programs.  According to the New Jersey chapter Executive Director, Larry Thomas, PCAM, “CAI-NJ and the entire Board of Directors is committed to assisting our manager members reach their full potential within our industry.  By awarding these scholarships, we are investing in the future of our profession.”

Jules C. Frankel was a long time member of CAI and was a key figure in the success and growth of the New Jersey chapter.  Frankel was a staunch advocate for manager education and training and was always willing to assist with seminars and industry educational programs.  “We are proud to remember Jules through this new initiative,” said chapter President, Lawrence Sauer, CPM, CMCA, PCAM.

The New Jersey Chapter of Community Associations Institute (CAI) is a membership-based nonprofit organization dedicated to advocating for its members and the issues that affect NJ’s 6,600 community associations and their 1,100,000 residents. CAI-NJ is committed to enhancing the quality of community association living through education, legislative advocacy and professional development. We provide continuous education and resources to help our members stay abreast of the current news, laws and issues affecting community associations in New Jersey.  For more information about CAI-NJ, visit www.cainj.org or call (609)588-0030.

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