Board & Committees


You’ll get the most out of your membership if you invest time into helping CAI BayCen committees stay active and innovative. Our committees implement the strategic plan for the Chapter. From programs to publications to legislative activity, committee members provide the strength that enables the Chapter to meet the needs of its member communities in the Bay Area and Central region.

Some of the benefits of being a Board Member:

  1. Meet, network and establish a rapport with other industry members and the community association industry
  2. Establish yourself and your company as a leader in the community association industry
  3. Keep abreast of changes, trends and developments in the community association industry
  4. Recognition among peers for outstanding work and volunteerism
  5. Share knowledge and experiences to create quality programs & services to improve the community association industry
W. Alexander Noland, ESQ. : PRESIDENT

W. Alexander Noland, ESQ.

415-481-0825, ext. 101

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Leanne Anderson-Demattei, CCAM-PM, CMCA, AMS, PCAM : Vice President

Leanne Anderson-Demattei, CCAM-PM, CMCA, AMS, PCAM

Vice President
510.569.0722 x117

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Nicholas Berg, CMCA, AMS, PCAM

(415) 401-2000

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Lisa Esposito : TREASURER

Lisa Esposito


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Grant Shetron, CMCA, AMS, PCAM

(800) 233-7164

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Morgan Hurlbutt : Director

Morgan Hurlbutt

(925) 947-4915

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Ann Marquis Fisher : Director

Ann Marquis Fisher

(925) 846-6853

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Mark McKenna : Director

Mark McKenna


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Edith C. Murphy, Esq. : Director

Edith C. Murphy, Esq.

(925) 926-1200

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Laura Ravazza, CCAM-PM, CMCA : Director

Laura Ravazza, CCAM-PM, CMCA

925-937-1011 Ext. 109

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Janis Sandy, CCAM : Director

Janis Sandy, CCAM

(650) 637-1616

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Kelvin Nanney, CMP, CAE : Executive Director

Kelvin Nanney, CMP, CAE

Executive Director
(925) 355-1980, (925) 234-3129 Mobile, (925) 355-1784 Fax

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Rachel Selwan : Associate Executive Director

Rachel Selwan

Associate Executive Director

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Communications Council

Social Media Committee: The purpose of the Social Media Committee is to communicate the goals and initiatives of the chapter, connect members with each other and with resources, advertise and increase participation in chapter events, and advance the interaction of members with the chapter through website and social media interfaces while accomplishing the overall goal of increased chapter membership.

Communications Committee: Responsible for the planning and development of content for the Chapter’s monthly magazine, The CommunicatorTM. The committee identifies topics and appropriate content and identifies and recruits appropriate authors and contributors.

Designation & Mentoring Committee: The Designation Mentoring Committee is committed to supporting community managers looking to continue their path of professional development by earning one of several designations offered through CAI. Whether you are new to the industry and want to know how to get started or if you are a seasoned veteran seeking a PCAM credential, the Designation Mentoring Committee is here to help. Committee Members assist Mangers in structuring a development plan specific to the individual. The committee is currently offering three exciting programs designed to help you achieve an advanced designation through CAI.

Do you need some tips on what classes to take? Do you want some guidance as you navigate the application process? The Designations Committee will match you with a mentor that has achieved the industry’s highest professional credential, the PCAM.
Your mentor will provide one-on-one support and guidance throughout credentialing and designation process. This includes creating a personalized strategic plan for each candidate to obtain the AMS designations and preparing candidates for the PCAM case study.

We are offering scholarships of $250 to Community Managers that are chapter members in good standing to partially reimburse you for registration fees for any one of CAI’s six M200 level Professional Management Development Program (PMDP) Courses. Scholarships are awarded once the course is completed and evidence is provided showing proof of attendance and passing grade. Other restrictions apply. Subject to application approval by the Chapter Board of Directors and availability of funding.

3) THE CMCA Challenge (Study Session & CMCA Exam)
Hold a CCAM? Taken the M100? Have five years industry experience? If so, you qualify to take the CMCA Challenge!
The BayCen Chapter is offering those Community Managers who currently hold an active CCAM® designation the opportunity to “challenge” the CMCA exam without having to sit though the two-and-a-half-day M-100 course.
Our chapter offers a FREE study session with a qualified California instructor to prepare you for the CMCA examination. There is a $350 cost to take the CMCA Exam immediately following the study session. But, if you pass the exam, the Chapter will award you a $250 scholarship! To be eligible you must be a Community Manager and chapter member in good standing.
For more information on all of these programs or to apply please contact the Chapter Executive Director Kelvin Nanney at or (925) 355-1980.


California Legislative Action Committee: Responsible for identifying legislative issues of importance to common interest communities in the specific jurisdiction of the committee. This includes local, regional, statewide and federal legislation. Monitors legislation and helps the Chapter set specific issue priorities.

Member Services Council

Special Events Committee: Identifies, coordinates and promotes special events for the Chapter. Activities include Jump Start January, Membership Picnic, Holiday Party and other networking events.

Annual Dinner Committee: Responsible for the overall management and planning of the Annual Awards Dinner, including selection of the location, entertainment, recruiting sponsors and promotion of the event.

Golf Committee: Responsible for the overall management, selection of location, recruiting sponsors and planning of the Annual Golf Outing.

Education Council

Conference & Expo: Responsible for the overall development and management of the Conference & Expo including recruiting exhibitors and sponsors and promotion of the event. The Conference & Expo Committee works in conjunction with the Education Committee to develop Conference seminars.

Education Committee: Charged with the development, promotion and presentation of educational programs, including ABCs for Association Leaders, Advanced ABCs, Legislative Update & Professional Forum and Employment Seminar for the Chapter membership, paying particular attention to the needs of each of the interest groups. In addition, the Education Committee coordinates Conference seminars with the Conference & Expo Committee

CAI CARES! Committee

To recognize those in our industry who are making a difference in their community and beyond. To host two or more Chapter recognized philanthropic events per year.

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CAI - Bay Area & Central Chapter