Michelle Green, CMCA, AMS
Community Association Manager
For some people, their career path results from an opportunity that wasn’t pursued, but ended up being the first step to a career journey. That’s what a temporary office staffing assignment with HOA Colorado meant for Michelle Green. Little did she know then that community association management was to become her passion! She pursued a position with Management Advantage, Inc. and was assigned her first association to manage in 1998 under company Owner/CEO Beth Jones, PCAM, a mentor for whom she will always be grateful.
Ms. Green has enjoyed having the opportunity to manage a variety of associations over the years. From townhomes, condominiums, and even large scale single-family developments, Ms. Green has crafted a management style that is capable and versatile. Over the years she has built strong business relationships with Board members and Developers through effective communication, organization, and putting an emphasis on building the sense of community in each property.
Ms. Green first joined the Warren Management team in July of 2003, remaining with the team for four years; she rejoined the team in April of 2013. Over the years, she has managed a portfolio of more than 7,000 units; including a business owners association, three large-scale master-planned communities and several other condominium and townhome projects. Ms. Green holds a Degree in Psychology from the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs.
Ms. Green earned the designation of “Certified Manager of Community Associations” (CMCA®) from NBC-CAM in September of 1999 and the “Association Management Specialist” (AMS®) designation from the Community Associations Institute (CAI) in May of 2002. Her professionalism, molded from her years of experience and the professional development training of CAI, has resulted in solid management skills sought by community associations today.
Aside from her career, Ms. Green enjoys spending time with her family. She has been married for over 20 years and has two children and one precious little grandchild.
Examples of Michelle’s experience:
Wolf Ranch Owners Association, Inc., a master-planned community developed by Nor’wood Ltd, planned for 7000 units at build-out. Ms. Green serves as Governance Manager and (ARC) Reviewer.
Flying Horse Homeowners Association, Inc., a master-planned community developed by Classic Communities with 3 patio home and 1 townhome sub-associations and 2 gated, custom home sub-associations.
Pine Creek Village Association, a master-planned community by LaPlata Investments, of single-family, patio home and townhome neighbors uniquely structured with neighborhood voting delegates.
Townhome Owner Associations: Carriages at Indigo Ranch, Carriages at Parliament Place, & Carriages at Charleston Place, all developed by Classic Communities.