CCMC Names Lisa Lundskow as Vice President

Lisa Lundskow CAAM PCAM Community Manager 2015

CCMC is pleased to announce the promotion of Lisa Lundskow. In her new role as vice president for the western division, Lisa will be responsible for establishing solid client relationships, training and mentoring several Phoenix-area teams, and the daily coaching of managers on applying the art of community management that differentiates CCMC. “Lisa understands that connecting people is the purpose behind our service product,” says division president Delores Ferguson. “Her ability to establish long-term, trusting relationships – and to teach others to do the same – has set her apart. She knows that, working together, our teams and communities can achieve more than they ever imagined possible.”

Lisa joined CCMC in 2008 as the community manager for Vistancia. She currently serves as the community manager for Estrella, where her talent for connecting people has been proven. While her team’s list of achievements is long, one of its greatest impacts has been in building a cohesive and symbiotic partnership among the City of Goodyear, Newland Communities, Estrella residents and the CCMC team. By doing so, the team was able to gather the funds and volunteers necessary to bring the Vietnam Veterans Moving Wall Memorial to Estrella. This was the first time in history this 24/7 monument was hosted by a community instead of a municipality. Lisa’s extraordinary leadership as a community manager has led directly to her promotion.

Lisa brings more than three decades of professional management to her new position. Before joining CCMC, she worked as the community manager for community associations for Anthem Country Club. She is a Certified Manager of Community Associations (CMCA) and holds the Association Management Specialist (AMS) and Professional Community Association Manager (PCAM) designations from Community Associations Institute. She is also a Certified Arizona Association Manager (CAAM) through the Arizona Association of Community Managers, where she serves on the education committee. She is well-equipped to train and develop the next generation of CCMC community managers.