Trestle, its Client Shumway COA, Two Managers, and its Operations Director Receive Prestigious Nominations from WSCAI
Trestle Community Management today announced that it has again been nominated for the Business Partner Company of the Year award by the Washington State chapter of Community Associations Institute (WSCAI). In addition, its Managers Chelsea Webster, CMCA, AMS, PCAM and Loralynn Helm, CMCA, AMS have been nominated for the esteemed Manager of the Year award, its Operations Director Vanessa Tilberg, CMCA, AMS, PCAM has been nominated as Volunteer of the Year, and Walt Huyser, Board President with Trestle’s Client Shumway COA, has been nominated as Homeowner/Board Member of the Year.
“This is Trestle’s third year being nominated as Business Partner Company of the Year and for the sixth consecutive year, multiple Trestle Community Managers have been nominated for Community Manager of the Year by their Clients and peers within the industry,” said Bob Brencic, CMCA, AMS, MBA, President of Trestle Community Management. “This year’s nominations again recognize the consistent professionalism and ability to execute by Trestle and its Managers.”
Chelsea, Senior Community Association Manager, has been with Trestle since 2019. She works with Trestle’s Active Adult Practice providing expert advice and consultative services designed to meet the unique needs of active adult communities. Loralynn Helm, CMCA, AMS, is a Senior Community Association Manager and has been with Trestle since 2017. In that time, she has successfully guided Clients in managing challenging maintenance projects. To better serve its Clients, Trestle formed its Project Office in 2022 from which Loralynn now oversees large-scale projects and insurance claims.
Vanessa spent several years managing a portfolio of clients and preparing accrual financials before transitioning into operations. Within her role as Operations Director, she oversees the firm’s Client Experience and Accounting Teams which are centered on internal and external support and communication. In addition to several speaking engagements with WSCAI and CAI, and contributions to WSCAI’s Community Associations Journal, she has served on the WSCAI Outreach and Law Day Committees and is now the Secretary of the WSCAI Legislative Action Committee (LAC).
How Does Trestle’s Prioritization of Education Support its Clients?
Trestle continuously invests in Team education and skill building. All of the firm’s Team Members attend continuing education courses offered inside and outside of the industry as well as conferences and educational seminars on an ongoing basis. Trestle approaches education holistically, ensuring that all Team Members are well-versed on the intricacies of the community association management services industry.
Through this approach, the firm holds one of the highest numbers of prestigious community association management credentials in Washington State including the Certified Manager of Community Associations (CMCA), Association Management Specialist (AMS) and Professional Manager of Community Associations (PCAM) designations.
Trestle’s prioritization of innovation, leadership and Team support does not go unnoticed. Six of Trestle’s Community Association Managers have been nominated for Manager of the Year by the Washington State Chapter of Community Associations Institute (WSCAI). Its President has been named as a Small Business Hero by the Puget Sound Business Journal, and Trestle has been named Business Partner Company of the Year by WSCAI.
Trestle receives regular recognition outside of the community management services industry, being named to Inc. 5000’s list of America’s Fastest-Growing Private Companies, and Puget Sound Business Journal’s lists of Washington’s Best Workplaces, Eastside 50 Fastest-Growing Companies and Washington State’s Fastest-Growing Private Companies in 2019, 2020, and 2022.
To best serve its Client Associations, Trestle has established partnerships both inside and outside of the community management industry. Through these well-nurtured working relationships, Trestle has identified trustworthy service providers. Proactively anticipating the future needs of Washington state’s community associations, Trestle has also established relationships which allow it to access industry-leading technologies. These partnerships allow Trestle to implement exclusive and advanced technologies, meeting and exceeding its Clients’ needs. The value of these efforts is passed along to its Client Associations as they access vetted and dependable service providers and the most advanced services in the industry through Trestle.
Understanding the value of Board Member and Homeowner education, Trestle began releasing live Webinars and Webinars On-Demand for community members in 2021. An overwhelmingly positive response has shown the value in extending accessible resources to Clients. Through the full deployment of Trestle’s My-Community Web Portal, the firm provides comprehensive access to endless resources including its webinars, detailed management reports, and user-friendly services for architectural request processing, compliance monitoring, and more.
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