Webinar on Sustainability in Communities

Two of my friends and colleagues at the Community Associations Institute are presenting a webinar in a few hours on sustainablity in community associations; here are the details:

Evolve: Conservation, Cost and Your Community
(June 16, 2010 at 2:00 PM EDT, 1:00 PM CDT, 12:00 PM MDT, 11:00 AM PDT)
Speaker:
Joe Bunting, CMCA, AMS, LSM, PCAM, is chief operating officer of Kiawah Island Community Association, Inc.
Sandra Matteson-Pierson, LSM, PCAM is vice president of Capital Consultants Management Corporation.

The Details:

June 16, 2010 at 2:00 PM EDT
Duration: 60 minutes

Is your community lagging behind these “green” times? Want to learn how to bring your community into the 21st century by improving its carbon footprint? This webinar shows you how to evolve. From promoting waste diversion and recycling to attracting beneficial wildlife, you will learn ways your community can become more eco-friendly and obtain positive recognition while doing it. In addition, the webinar looks at architectural guidelines that incorporate energy-efficient ideas, reviews the benefits of a paperless office and discusses fuel-efficient vehicles.

Topics
• Developing green mission and vision statements.
• Improving building sustainability and efficiency.
• Going paperless at the office.
• Applying environmental architectural guidelines.

Speakers
Joe Bunting, CMCA, AMS, LSM, PCAM
, is chief operating officer of Kiawah Island Community Association, Inc., and secretary/treasurer on the board of trustees of NBC-CAM.  He also serves as chair of CAI’s Large-Scale Managers Committee and has served on the Association of Professional Community Managers Board.

Sandra Matteson-Pierson, LSM, PCAM is vice president of Capital Consultants Management Corporation. She has more than twenty years experience managing communities throughout Florida for some the state’s most prestigious builders and developers. She is actively involved in CAI, having served as vice chair of the Large-Scale Managers Committee as well as the Foundation for Community Association Research. She is a former president of the Gold Coast Chapter of CAI and an instructor for community college classes on manager licensing.

Suggested Reading
Greening Your Home: Sustainable Options for Every System in Your House
Continuing Education Credit
This program provides one credit per hour toward:
• Certified Manager of Community Associations (CMCA) recertification.
• Association Management Specialist (AMS) redesignation.
• Professional Community Association Manager (PCAM) redesignation.

To earn credit, you must be personally registered for this program and print the certificate of completion to document your participation.

Registration Information
If you’d like to register four or more people using the same credit card, please e-mail your request tocaionline@commpartners.com.

An archived version of this program is available for purchase within 24-48 hours of the live event. All registrants receive three views of the online archive for 30 days.

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