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Managers Only Meeting Luncheon

Managers Only Meeting Luncheon

Wednesday, March 13, 2024
11:00 AM - 1:00 PM (PDT)

Mercer Island Community & Event Center

8236 SE 24th Street
Mercer Island, WA 98040
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Event Details

-Strangest Things-

A Town Hall event for managers, where leaders come together to candidly share their experiences with the unexpected and the valuable lessons learned from mistakes. Explore the bizarre, the screw-ups, and the unforeseen challenges that reshaped their managerial approaches - "Strangest Things". Gain insights into how these events transformed their planning strategies, fostering a culture of resilience, adaptability, and continuous improvement. This open and collaborative forum aims to empower managers to prepare for the unexpected, navigate uncertainties, and turn setbacks into opportunities for growth and innovation. Don’t miss this opportunity to connect, learn, and thrive as a manager in an ever-evolving business landscape.

Managers are encouraged to bring stories of their stranger moments on the job!  Hear from a round-table of seasoned managers about their strange experiences and managing those strange situations! 

This event is limited to the first 75 managers who register due to venue capacity. 

Location: Mercer Island Community & Event Center, 8236 SE 24th Street, Mercer Island, WA 98040



Tim Hollingshead, CMCA, AMS, is the Managing Director for Morris Management. He has been in the community association industry for eight years. Tim focuses on resolving conflicts on boards and within the community, keeping finances on track for the community, and helping his team mates achieve their best. Originally from Pennsylvania, Tim has lived in the Northwest for about 25 years. Prior to working in Community Management, he worked in the real estate and banking industries. When not working, Tim can be found landscaping around the house, running, chopping wood, and playing with his two boys.

Recently new to Trestle Community Management, Lori Kerth is a Community Manager and actively involved with furthering her education; she is on the verge of completing her CMCA. Additionally, she contributes to WSCAI's MOM Planning and the Registration/Retention Committee. She also holds a Washington Real Estate License. When out of the office, Lori enjoys long walks, museums and traveling.

members/jessica-sanders-head-shot.jpg Jessica Sanders, CMCA, AMS has served many roles in the industry over the last decade, including onsite management, portfolio management, large-scale management, and developer transition. She is an active member of the Community Association Institute’s Washington State Chapter (WSCAI) and works to provide continued education to both community managers and board members alike. She continues to utilize her experience and knowledge to provide the best care and service to all clients and the ever-growing Associa EMB Team.

Stephanie Slone, CMCA, was the first employee of Trestle Community Management. Through their collaborative efforts, Stephanie and Bob have helped Trestle grow and thrive. Entering the industry in 2009, Stephanie is an experienced Manager with an in-depth knowledge of association management. Stephanie serves as the Director of Association Management at Trestle, overseeing the Mid-Rise, High-Rise and Estate Practices, and leading a talented Team of knowledgeable and well-trained Community Association Managers. Stephanie regularly presents with Washington State Condominium Association Institute.

members/headshots-theresa-torgesen.jpg Theresa Torgesen, Esq., is an experienced attorney who has been serving condominium and homeowner associations as general counsel since 2007. She is passionate about community association education and advocacy.  Theresa served on the Washington Common Interest Ownership Act (WUCIOA) Drafting Committee for seven years and was the Co-Chair of the CAI Washington State Legislative Action Committee (LAC) when WUCIOA was enacted. She is a frequent presenter of educational seminars for attorneys, association managers, and board members at the state and national level.

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