Session Details | Learning Objectives | Speaker Information | Credentials
The education program has been approved for 2.0 Hours - Real Estate Credits
– $35 for members (early)
– $45 for members (regular)
– $55 for nonmembers
Early registration discount ends one week before the event.
In this course, managers and board members will be encouraged and challenged to build a strong sense of community in the associations in which they serve. It’s hard to quantify, but "neighboring” can make a big difference in the quality of our lives. This is true for us personally and for the communities that we lead.
- Get a true understanding of why good neighboring truly matters
- Understand the advantages of leading an HOA where authentic community exists
- Walk away with strategies to significantly engage homeowners in good neighboring
Dave Runyon – Director of Comunity Involvement, Benson, Kerrane, Storz & Nelson, P.C.
Dave Runyon serves as the Director of Community Involvement at Benson, Kerrane, Storz & Nelson. He also works with The Denver Leadership Foundation, which is a non-profit organization that exists to help government, business, and non-profit leaders unite around common causes. In 2010, Dave led a neighboring movement that mobilized over 20,000 people in the Northwest Denver (CO) metro area. He co-authored a book titled "The Art of Neighboring” which is going was released by Baker publishing in August 2012. Dave has been teaching this class to community leaders, government entities, churches, HOA Managers and Boards over the past several years.
Professional Credentials & Real Estate Credits:
All CAI-MN events qualify toward earning and maintaining your professional credentials (CMCA, AMS, PCAM, etc.). Visit the Professional Credentials webpage to learn more! Click Here
Real Estate Credits:
CAI-MN submits application for Real Estate Credits with the state of Minnesota for each educational program.
Admission to all CAI-MN events requires advance registration either by mail, online, or in person. Individuals will not be admitted to an event without payment. Failure to attend an event does not constitute a cancellation of event registration and you will be charged for registering.