CCMC is pleased to announce the promotion of Brandon Exline to vice president for the western division. “Over the past six months, Brandon has proven his leadership abilities as director of client fulfillment,” says division president Delores Ferguson. “His smart ideas, and ability to implement them, have connected him to our team members and clients alike,” explains Delores. “He is now ready for a higher level of responsibility.”
Since joining the CCMC executive team, Brandon has assisted with a number of pre-development consulting projects, while providing exceptional guidance and coaching to several CCMC teams in the Phoenix area, and serving as interim community manager for Terravita from January-March 2015. Furthermore, he has established himself as a leader in our industry by earning his PCAM® designation from Community Associations Institute (CAI) and his CAAM® certification from Arizona Association of Community Managers, where he will serve on the Education Committee and act as a valued instructor. He is also recognized as a CMCA® by Community Association Managers International Certification Board (CAMICB) and holds the AMS® from CAI. He was accepted to ULI-Arizona’s Young Leaders Group Partnership Forum in June 2014.
Originally from Colorado, Brandon joined CCMC shortly after earning his Bachelor’s Degree from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas in 2006. He was named director of client fulfillment in 2014, while serving as the community manager for Providence in Las Vegas, Nevada. Under his leadership, the CCMC team at Providence has received several awards, including “Southern Nevada Outstanding Master Association of the Year” from Community Associations Institute’s (CAI) Nevada Board of Directors. Previously, he was the development coordinator for SouthShore at Lake Las Vegas, assistant community manager at SouthShore, and community manager at V at Lake Las Vegas. “Brandon’s career with CCMC is a wonderful example of the opportunity our company holds,” explains Delores. “His intelligence, drive, and ability to implement creative solutions have always set him apart.”