CAI Honors CAMICB Board Members

Two current members of the CAMICB Board of Commissioners were honored at the recently completed Community Associations Institute (CAI) annual conference. CAMICB Board Chair Rob Felix, CMCA, LSM, PCAM, RS received the CAI Award of Excellence in Designations. Board member Jeevan J. D’Mello, CMCA, AMS, LSM, PCAM was honored with CAI’s President’s Award.

A national leader in the community association industry for more than 20 years, Rob Felix, with Innovia/CMC, has laid the foundation for countless managers on their journey toward earning CAI designations. He teaches and speaks extensively around the country for CAI and has been a lead CAI faculty member for many years, including service as chair of the Faculty Review Panel and the current faculty training leader. He chairs both the CAMICB Board of Commissioners and the CAMICB Exam Development Committee.

Jeevan D’Mello is senior director of Emaar Community Management LLC, AAMC, which is located in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. D’Mello was among the first managers in the Middle East to earn CAI designations and helped introduce CAI’s professional development courses to community managers in the Middle East. D’Mello also was instrumental in establishing a CAI presence in Dubai. The President’s Award is given at the discretion of CAI’s sitting president to an individual who has displayed exemplary service and commitment to CAI and who has been instrumental helping the president achieve CAI’s goals. D’Mello was recognized by immediate past CAI President Dennis Abbott, CMCA, AMS, PCAM.

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