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  • Foundation Staff | Foundation for Community Association Research
    serves as the Vice President of Education for CAI Jake Gold CAE is the Director of the Foundation he can be reached via email at jgold at caionline org In addition to his Foundation responsibilities Jake also serves as the Senior Director of Education for CAI Melinda Kelejian is Director of Development for the Foundation she can be reached via email at mkelejian at caionline org Shari Lewis is Education

    Original URL path: http://www.cairf.org/about/staff.aspx (2016-02-13)
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  • Foundation Think Tank | Foundation for Community Association Research
    to the mix and it is easy to understand why virtually everyone has a vested interest in the success of these communities And while these communities are better managed and more accommodating than ever before they are experiencing a massive shift in age demographics People are staying in their homes longer living longer and are relying on home investments and equity to cover more golden years While virtually every community is experiencing people aging in place little research exists on the responsibilities and legalities surrounding this trend To date our industry lacks a clear understanding of available resources necessary steps and the opportunities that exist for collaborative efforts that would educate a wider audience and help ensure that collective community investments are protected and maintained for years to come Critical Issues Think Tank To fully understand the depth of aging in place and other key issues facing community associations nationwide the Foundation is establishing a Critical Issues Think Tank which will convene industry leaders who are on the forefront of this and other vital discussions In the think tank s pilot term the Foundation is extending limited invitations for membership Our goal is to raise enough seed money to jump start the necessary research we ve outlined while maintaining group dynamics that allow for thought mobility Think tank founding membership requires an annual gift of 2 500 Members will enjoy Name photo and bio listed on Foundation website with direct links to your company Recognition at national CAI conferences Annual listing with name and photo in Common Ground magazine and Catalyst the Foundation s e newsletter Recognition at CAI headquarters Name listed in the Foundation s annual report Complimentary invitation to all Foundation VIP events Members will have the opportunity to Serve as an active member of the Foundation s

    Original URL path: http://www.cairf.org/research/thinktank.aspx (2016-02-13)
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  • Best Practices Reports | Foundation for Community Association Research
    include Documented criteria for function specific best practices Case studies of community associations that have demonstrated successes in specific areas The development of a showcase on community excellence The benefits of benchmarking and best practices include Improved quality Setting high performance targets Helping to overcome the disbelief that stretched goals are possible Strengthened cost positions More innovative approaches to operating and managing practices Accelerating culture change by making an organization

    Original URL path: http://www.cairf.org/research/best_practices.aspx (2016-02-13)
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  • Snap Surveys | Foundation for Community Association Research
    Surveys The Foundation periodically conducts targeted surveys of key industry groups to produce interesting intriguing or newsworthy research November 2015 PDF Survey of managers and board members of associations in 13 states facing drought conditions April 2015 PDF Reserve Studies Managers How knowlegable are associations on reserve funding November 2014 PDF What issues create potential legal liability for client associations June 2014 PDF Resident Satisfaction September 2013 PDF Reserve Studies

    Original URL path: http://www.cairf.org/research/survey_snap.aspx (2016-02-13)
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  • Research Request Application | Foundation for Community Association Research
    whether it is for planning purposes or implementing new policies The research conducted by or on behalf of the Foundation may be utilized by community managers board members homeowners legislators public officials lobbyists and others The application for your proposed research project s is to be filled out completely by the applicant Incomplete applications will not be processed The Foundation does not have ample assets to fund all requests Consideration is given to projects that are national in scope and which will benefit a wide range of users Requests for regional research will be evaluated taking into account the viability of potential funders Once a request is received it is reviewed by the Research Project Request Committee Fully completed applications are reviewed within two weeks of receipt and a recommendation is made to the Research Committee It is the goal of the Research Committee to review the recommendations of the Research Project Request Committee within 30 days If the project is approved by the Research Committee it is then forwarded on to the Board of Directors who will make a final determination regarding the application within 30 days The entire review process will take approximately 60 75 days after which

    Original URL path: http://www.cairf.org/research/research_request.aspx (2016-02-13)
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  • Catalyst e-Newsletter | Foundation for Community Association Research
    Reports Catalyst e Newsletter Catalyst is the Foundation s e Newsletter Spring 2015 Fall 2014 Summer 2014 Fall 2013 Summer 2013 Contact Us Search Site Map Home Community Associations Institute

    Original URL path: http://www.cairf.org/publications/catalyst.aspx (2016-02-13)
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  • 2013 Compensation and Salary Survey | Foundation for Community Association Research
    text form with a greater amount of statistical and industry analyses Salary differences between managers with and without professional designations Data based on community association size in addition to management company size Information on all association employees particularly on site workers Descriptions of online and print resources regarding employment and occupational outlooks The Foundation for Community Association Research works with CAI s Association of Professional Community Managers APCM Board Large

    Original URL path: http://www.cairf.org/publications/survey_salary.aspx (2016-02-13)
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  • Best Practices Reports | Foundation for Community Association Research
    best practices Case studies of community associations that have demonstrated successes in specific areas The development of a showcase on community excellence The benefits of benchmarking and best practices include Improved quality Setting high performance targets Helping to overcome the disbelief that stretched goals are possible Strengthened cost positions More innovative approaches to operating and managing practices Accelerating culture change by making an organization look outward rather than focusing inward

    Original URL path: http://www.cairf.org/publications/best_practices.aspx (2016-02-13)
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