CCMC has named Joe Cook Eastern Division president. Like many other members of CCMC’s leadership team, Joe has worked his way up through our organization over time. Since 2013, he has served as vice president overseeing all Houston area operations. Joe will begin learning his new role once his successor in Houston has been trained. This is expected to be complete by the end of June. Joe will relocate to Florida immediately afterwards. Pat Wasson will continue to operate as vice president, reporting directly to Joe. Todd Davidson will continue to lead our Central Division, including all CCMC operations in Texas, Tennessee and Southern California.
Joe’s CCMC story began more than 15 years ago when he joined our team as a club manager in Florida. He was later promoted to community manager for Hill Country Retreat, before being named vice president in 2011. Joe holds several professional designations, including his Professional Community Association Manager (PCAM), Association Management Specialist (AMS), and Certified Manager of Community Associations (CMCA). “Developing lasting, personal relationships with team members and clients is second nature to Joe,” explains Todd. “As vice president, he has proven his ability to grow new business by establishing trust and delivering a high-quality service product. This made him the obvious choice to become our new Eastern Division president.”
With Joe’s departure from Houston, comes the arrival of Cindy Spillane. In her new role as vice president, Cindy will be responsible for providing leadership and oversight to all CCMC communities and clients in the Houston area. Since 2011, Cindy has served as our community manager for Daybreak in South Jordan, Utah. She brings 23 years of industry experience to her new role. Like Joe, her CCMC story began more than 15 years ago when she joined CCMC as the community services manager at Celebration, Florida. Since then, she has served as community manager for two other CCMC communities in Arizona and been honored with several industry credentials, including the coveted PCAM designation from Community Associations Institute (CAI). “A CCMC leader, Cindy knows our service product, embraces our philosophy, and can propagate our culture,” says Western Division president Delores Ferguson. “These qualities will make her incredibly successful in her new role.” Cindy will begin transitioning to her new role in this spring, with her relocation to Houston scheduled for May 2017. She will assume full responsibility for our Houston operations by July 2017.