In 2017, WMCCAI will offer 13 education programs geared towards managers and homeowners. Community association homeowners and managers join CAI to further their education in community association operations, governance, and management. These programs have been created to further community association learning.

Board Leadership Development Workshop

Spring 2017 & Fall 2017

The Board Leadership Development Workshop offers a great opportunity for a business partner or management company to get in front of dedicated homeowners and board members. This one-day intensive program provides attendees with comprehensive information about association communications, community building policies, and association problem-solving skills. The workshops are held on Saturdays from 9 a.m. – 5 p .m. with a networking breakfast and lunch. Typically, attendance is around 40 people.

Manager Breakfasts with Business Showcase

In 2017, managers will have the opportunity to network and learn as they begin their day. WMCCAI will host two manager breakfasts with a business showcase preceding an informative seminar. Exhibitors will be given an hour to mix and mingle over breakfast with potential clients.
Held at hotels in the D.C. metro area, each breakfast is expected to draw 100 community association professionals. To allow ample opportunity for managers to attend, business partner attendance may be limited. Exhibiting is the only way to guarantee your space. Sign up early as this event is sure to sell out.

Manager Luncheons

In 2017, managers will be encouraged to lunch, learn and linger as WMCCAI will host two manager luncheons, each immediately followed by a happy hour. Sponsors will be recognized both during the luncheon and at the happy hour.

Held at restaurants in the D.C. metro area, each luncheon draws approximately 40 community association managers. To allow ample opportunity for managers to attend, business partner attendance may be limited. Sponsorships are the only way to guarantee your space. Sign up early as these popular sponsorships have sold out in the past.

Rookie Manager Essentials

The Rookie Manager Essentials offer a great opportunity for a business partner to meet new and emerging managers. New property managers will gain valuable information on how to grow professionally and personally within the industry. The program will provide attendees with comprehensive material about association certifications, new manager specific issues, and problem-solving skills. The Essentials seminars will be held at the Chapter Office on a weekday from 12 – 3 p.m. with lunch included. Attendance is expected to be around 20 people.


Spring 2017 – Mixed Roundtable
Fall 2017- Manager Roundtable

Community association operations can be complex and demanding; it’s no wonder that community association homeowners and managers can feel overwhelmed. WMCCAI’s roundtable programs offer a high impact problem solving and networking session. New this year is the mixed roundtable program, which has been designed to provide access to a mix of experienced industry professionals to help guide association industry professionals down a successful path.

Through both roundtable sponsorships, business partners have the opportunity to facilitate discussion and get in front of property managers and board members, offer valuable insight into the services you provide, and share your expertise.

Community Education Seminars

Three seminars throughout the Washington metro area.
Dates and locations TBD

WMCCAI is committed to providing free education for community association homeowners and managers. In 2017, free seminars will be held in the evening and/or on a Saturday morning. Approximately 40 homeowners and managers are expected at each.

Interested in sponsoring?

Community Associations Institute estimates that in 1970 there were 10,000 community associations representing 2.1 million residents nationwide. Today, nearly 328,500 association-governed communities house more than 65.7 million Americans; Maryland, Virginia and Washington, D.C., account for approximately 16,600 associations combined.

Targeted marketing through WMCCAI will help you reach thousands of decision-makers, strengthen existing relationships and open the door to new prospects within the Washington metro area.