CCMC is pleased to announce the promotion of Debra Campbell to vice president. A proven leader, Debra brings sixteen years of CCMC history and experience to her new role. “Debra knows how to build and develop effective teams,” explains division president Todd Davidson, “She understands the CCMC way of conducting business and is passionate about growing others in their personal appreciation of our philosophy.” In her new role, Debra will be responsible for equipping several Dallas-area CCMC teams to deliver the highest-quality service in the industry; while creating experiences that connect people.
Debra joined CCMC in 1998. Most recently, she served as community manager for Johnson Ranch in Queen Creek, Arizona. Under her leadership, this mixed-use, master-plan grew from 2,800 to 5,760 households; and successfully transitioned from developer to homeowner control. Impressively, she implemented several solutions which allowed the association to improve cash flow and increase the reserve fund balance despite a market downturn and significant foreclosures and short sales. Previously, Debra served as community manager for a 1,671-home active-adult community in Gold Canyon, Arizona. She has also served as an executive, overseeing multi-family and commercial projects. Debra holds her Certified Arizona Association Manager (CAAM) designation from the Arizona Association of Community Managers (AACM), and Certified Property Manager (CPM) designation from the Institute of Real Estate Management (IREM). “I am honored by this new opportunity and look forward to sharing my knowledge and passion with our team, as we strive to find new ways to say ‘yes’ to our customers and exceed their expectations,” she says. Debra will assume her new role on September 22, 2014.