CMCP

CMCP

“The CMCP instantly communicates to employers that property managers are ready for new responsibilities and advancement, as it verifies knowledge and skills in all major areas of property operations,” said Murray Greene, BOMA Fellow, CPM, RPA, SMA, chair of CRECI.

SALT LAKE CITY

Seventy-one commercial property managers are the first to earn the new Certified Manager of Commercial Properties™ (CMCP™) certification that recognizes early-career professionals for foundational knowledge in real estate operations and management. The CMCP is administered by the Commercial Real Estate Certification Institute™ (CRECI™), an independent certification body established by the Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA) International and BOMI International, the Independent Institute for Property and Facility Management Education. The official launch of the CMCP certification—the first of its kind in the industry—and the inaugural class of CMCP certificants both were announced at the 2019 BOMA International Conference & Expo in Salt Lake City on June 23.

“We congratulate the first group of CMCPs for passing a rigorous examination based on industry best practices and committing to ongoing professional development in commercial property management,” said Murray Greene, BOMA Fellow, CPM, RPA, SMA, president and COO of Greene Commercial Real Estate Group, Inc., and chair of CRECI. According to Greene, the CMCP prepares property managers for a successful career in commercial real estate and helps companies develop and evaluate new talent. “CMCP instantly communicates to employers that property managers are ready for new responsibilities and advancement, as it verifies knowledge and skills in all major areas of property operations,” Greene added. “It’s a real boost to the property manager’s career and a valuable tool for employers at the same time.”

To be eligible for the CMCP exam, candidates must satisfy education and job experience requirements and complete 30 hours of verifiable commercial property management education from any source. Property managers with a four-year college degree can qualify for the exam with one year of industry experience, plus the 30-hour required training. CMCPs must commit to completing at least 45 hours of continuing professional development every three years to maintain the certification.

The CMCP exam is offered year-round at testing centers across the United States and reflects the body of knowledge necessary for a successful career in property management. The exam measures competency in the following areas: financial management and accounting; lease management and execution; building operations and maintenance, including building systems, contract management, capital projects, regulatory and voluntary compliance, and ethical best practices; building relationships with owners, occupants, vendors, staff, and asset managers; professional networking, civic involvement, and media relations; and integrated competencies, including innovation, service orientation, organization, and communications.

The 71 new CMCPs are:

Karly Aleman
Urban Renaissance Group
Seattle

Heather Applegarth
Community Realty Company
Silver Spring, Maryland

Alexandria Borrego
Jones Lang LaSalle
Chicago

Calvin Bright
CBRE
Seattle

Travis Brittingham
CBRE
Seattle

Sara Bullard
Foundry Commercial
Raleigh, North Carolina

Giovanna Caffrey
Jones Lang LaSalle
Chicago

Cassandra Carothers
Red Tail Acquisitions, LLC
Carmel, Indiana

Corey Colbert
Trinity Management Company
Boston

Evan Cole
CBRE
Redmond, Washington

Joanne Connery
Presidio Trust
San Francisco

Paris Cox
Kearny Real Estate Company
San Diego

Nicole Creguer
Sterling Bay
Chicago

Erin Dawson
CBRE
Redmond, Washington

Michelle Dewez
Alexandria Real Estate
La Jolla, California

Jeffrey Faria
Hall Equities Group
Hercules, California

Jessika Filler
CBRE
San Francisco

Renee Fisher
CBRE
Seattle

Carla Flores
Port Authority of San Antonio
Moore, Texas

Reba Gallant
CBRE
Clayton, North Carolina

Brandon Gardiner
CBRE
Seattle

Shawn Gilson
KG Investment Properties
Bellevue, Washington

Misti Gray
Stiles Property Management
Boynton Beach, Florida

Aaron Griffin
Elevate Real Estate Services
Denver

Tiesha Hackley
Brookfield Properties
Washington, D.C.

Jenna Hattersley
Harvest Properties
Oakland, California

Michelle Huertas
Patrinely Group
Sunrise, Florida

Kathleen Jessop
Harvard Property Management, Inc.
Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada

Dustin Johnson
GSA Public Building Service
Fort Worth, Texas

Tammy Jones
Meek Development Group, Inc.
Jacksonville, Florida

Kristin Key
MRP Realty
Alexandria, Virginia

Elizabeth Kilroy
CBRE
Chicago

Liliana Leon
Jones Lang LaSalle
Chicago

Sara Love
KG Investment Properties
Bellevue, Washington

Anthony Maiello
Baptist Health Enterprises
Miami

Shawna Mariacci
Bentall Kennedy LP    
St. Albert, Alberta, Canada

Kristina Michelmore
Harvest Properties
Oakland, California

Alexandra Missan
Stiles Corporation
Pembroke Pines, Florida

Unha Murray
Friedman Real Estate
Farmington Hills, Michigan

Thomas Newell
Washington Holdings
Seattle

Gannon O'Brien
Zeller Realty Group
Chicago

Laura Peccarelli
Accesso Services
Buffalo Grove, Illinois

Sydne Peck
Cushman & Wakefield
Chicago

Nicholas Picerno
Jones Lang LaSalle
Chicago

Asenath Polis
CBRE
Kirkland, Washington

Christie Ponsot
Zeller Realty Group
Chicago

Jessica Postle
CBRE
Seattle

Khalida Qayumi
Kilroy Realty Corporation
Redwood City, California

Jordan Quinn
Andover Management Company, LLC
Renton, Washington

Zaena Rihani
CBRE
Chicago

Dana Rosenblum
Sterling Bay
Chicago

Phoebe Ross
McCarthy Cook & Co.
San Francisco

Bianca Santos
Parmenter
Lake Mary, Florida

Helena Shea
Cushman & Wakefield
St. Louis

Tyler Siegel
CBRE
Chicago

Liza Skorupski
SteelWave, Inc.
Bothell, Washington

Blair Smith
Hines Interests Limited Partnership
Chicago

Jacqueline Socha
CBRE
Duvall, Washington

Jennifer Spivey
Urban Renaissance Group
Seattle

Alexa Stritecky
Glenstar
Chicago

Jan Trainor
Transwestern
Chicago

Danielle Travis
Piedmont Office Realty Trust
Chicago

Dominique Velasco
Brixton Capital TIC LLC
San Diego

Brett Voeltz
Brandywine Realty Trust
Aldie, Virginia

Ryan Walsh
Jones Lang LaSalle
Pittsburgh

Ryan Wassink
Colliers International
Grand Rapids, Michigan

Kotone West
Cushman & Wakefield
Lutz, Florida

Ronni Whetsell
Wright Runstad & Company
Seattle

Jenae Wilczynski
Kilroy Realty Corporation
Bellevue, Washington

Tamara Williamson
Gershman Commercial Real Estate
Lake Saint Louis, Missouri

Nicola Wilson
The Cadillac Fairview Corporation Ltd.
Winnipeg, Manatoba, Canada

For more info or to apply for CMCP, http://www.creci.org.

About CRECI™
The Commercial Real Estate Certification Institute™ (CRECI™) was established in 2018 by BOMA International and BOMI International, market leaders in commercial real estate training and education. CRECI administers the Certified Manager of Commercial Properties™ (CMCP™) certification. Learn more and apply online for CMCP at http://www.creci.org.

Contact
Pamela Colman
Director
CRECI
(202) 326-6347
[email protected]

About BOMA International
Founded in 1907, the Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA) International is a federation of U.S. local associations and global affiliates. The leading trade association for commercial real estate professionals for more than 100 years, it represents the owners, managers, service providers and other property professionals of all commercial building types, including office, industrial, medical, corporate and mixed-use. BOMA International is the partner individuals in the commercial real estate industry choose to maximize value for their careers, organizations and assets. Its mission is to advance a vibrant commercial real estate industry through advocacy, influence and knowledge. Learn more at http://www.boma.org.

About BOMI International
BOMI International, a nonprofit educational organization founded in 1970, provides critical education and expertise to industry personnel with property, facility and building systems management responsibilities. As the Independent Institute for Property and Facility Management Education, BOMI International delivers courses, certificate programs and industry-standard designations—Real Property Administrator (RPA®), Facilities Management Administrator (FMA®), Systems Maintenance Administrator (SMA®), High-Performance Sustainable Buildings (BOMI-HP®) and Systems Maintenance Technician (SMT®)—with a proven record of increasing job performance and company efficiency. More than 28,000 industry professionals hold one or more BOMI International designations, and over 95,000 property and facility management professionals have turned to BOMI International for their continuing education, professional development and staff training needs. Learn more at http://www.bomi.org, or call 800-235-2664, or e-mail [email protected]

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