Tony Ledvina joined CCMC in 2000 and has served as division president for the past 14 years. Since May 2019, he has provided leadership and oversight to all communities that we serve in Nevada, Utah, and Colorado. Now, Tony has announced his plans to retire at the end of this year.
“Naming Tony’s successor has been a challenging task,” explains CEO Todd Davidson, “The breadth and depth of his experience simply cannot be matched. Fortunately, we did not have to look any further than our own doors.”
CCMC has named vice president Jeremy McClain as Tony’s successor. Jeremy has begun a gradual transition to his new role, starting with oversight for division lifestyle services and all Nevada operations. Over the next 12 months, his scope will expand to include Colorado and Utah.
“CCMC has a long history of internal leadership promotion. Our intentional succession planning ensures smooth and successful transitions for our clients and team members,” explains Todd.
“We are very pleased to announce Jeremy’s promotion,” Todd continues. “A 10-year veteran of CCMC, he embodies our core values of integrity, respect, service, and community; and he has trained our team members to work as a cohesive force. A thoughtful consultant and trusted leader, he will be an incredible resource for our employees and clients.”
Originally from Las Vegas, Jeremy joined CCMC in 2010 with a background in project and construction management. He first served as facilities director for Mountain’s Edge in Las Vegas. In August 2013, he was promoted to community manager for Inspirada in Henderson, Nevada. He was named director of client fulfillment in 2016 and vice president in 2017.
Jeremy is recognized as a CMCA by Community Association Managers International Certification Board (CAMICB) and holds the coveted PCAM designation from Community Associations Institute (CAI).
“I am honored and humbled to accept this new role and continue our legacy of service in the Mountain Division,” says Jeremy. “It’s a great privilege to play a role in the success of our people and our communities.”