North America’s largest community management services firm, and Jomar Association Services announce the appointment of Saundra McCarrell as vice president.
“Saundra is a seasoned professional with more than 20 years of experience in the real estate and association management industry. She brings an unsurpassed level of integrity, professionalism and commitment to Jomar communities and homeowners.”
“Saundra is the ideal choice to join our new executive team,” said Paula Randolph, Jomar CEO and president. “Saundra is a seasoned professional with more than 20 years of experience in the real estate and association management industry. She brings an unsurpassed level of integrity, professionalism and commitment to Jomar communities and homeowners.”
McCarrell will support company growth, developer and client services, as well as marketing and maintenance services. She will also have oversight of corporate programs and training.
McCarrell has been a real estate management professional since 1991. Prior to joining Jomar as vice president, Saundra was manager of Andersen Springs, a master-planned community in Chandler, Arizona, since 2006. There, she was called upon to oversee all operations of the community’s single-family and condominium residential properties, as well as a large number of retail, medical and government properties. In her six years at Andersen Springs, board members commented on her ability to flawlessly and easily manage numerous projects from beginning to end. The community in 2012 received the “Judges Award” from ALCA for landscaping services.
Her professional designations include the CAAM® and CMCA® (state and national designations). She was named district manager in 2011, where she was called upon to teach and mentor peers and less experienced community managers. In 2012, she was nominated for Manager of the Year through AACM and was one of three finalists for this esteemed award.
Her most recent prior position was as a property manager for one of the nation’s largest management companies, where she managed 12 multi-family apartment communities, including the Pete Gross House in Seattle, a 70-unit complex that works directly with the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center to house people undergoing cancer treatment.
Her 20-year career in real estate management has run the gamut from on-site manager at a family-owned apartment community to managing hundreds of single-family rental houses, apartment complexes, condominiums and commercial properties.