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CAI-NJ Welcomes 2014 Board of Directors

MERCERVILLE, NJ – The New Jersey chapter of CAI installed its 2014 Board of Directors at its Annual Meeting and Chapter Retreat on Wednesday, December 11, 2013 at the Clearbrook Community Association Cultural Center in Monroe Township, New Jersey.

The 2014 CAI-NJ Executive Committee is comprised of the following:

  • Marie D. Mirra, CPA – President
    Mirra & Associates, LLC
    Business Partner
  • Denise Lindsey-Becker, CMCA, AMS, PCAM – Treasurer
    Signature Property Group, AAMC
    Community Association Manager
  • Fran McGovern, Esq. – President-Elect
    McGovern Legal Services, LLC
    Business Partner
  • Roger Nicholson – Secretary
    Shadow Lake Village
  • Lawrence N. Sauer, CPM, CMCA, PCAM – Vice President
    Association Advisors
    Community Association Manager

The 2014 CAI-NJ Board of Directors also includes the following:

  • Andrew Batshaw, CMCA, AMS
    FirstService Residential, AAMC
  • Mary Faith Nugiel, CPM, CMCA, AMS, PCAM
    RCP Management Company, AAMC, AMO
    Community Association Manager
  • Jean Bestafka
    Renaissance Homeowners Association
    Community Association Volunteer Leader
  • Kenneth Sauter, Esq., CCAL
    Hill Wallack LLP
    Business Partner
  • Frank Catanzarite
    Saratoga at Toms River
    Community Association Volunteer Leader
  • Gabriel Vitale
    C&L Sweeper & Pavement Maintenance
  • Nancy Hastings, CMCA, AMC, PCAM
    MAMCO Property Management, AAMC
  • Lisa Vitiello, CPA
    Towne & Country Management, Inc.
  • Sidna Mitchell
    Rossmoor Community Association
    Community Association Volunteer Leader
  • Lynn Voorhees, RCS, RS
    DW Smith Associates, LLC

About CAI-NJ

CAI-NJ is the New Jersey chapter of the Community Associations Institute (CAI), a national non-profit organization, dedicated to fostering vibrant, responsive, competent community associations and helping them promote harmony, community and responsible leadership. CAI-NJ is the second-largest chapter (of 61 chapters) in the United States and internationally, and provides continuous education and resources to help our more than 1,600 members, including 1,000 community association volunteer leaders, stay abreast of current community association issues and events in the State of New Jersey. For more information about CAI-NJ, please visit www.cainj.org.