CMCA®, CCAM®, AMS®, PCAM®
Donyelle La-Key brings more than
fifteen years of association experience. She has been a member of Community
Associations Institute (CAI) for many years starting in the Greater Inland
Empire Chapter and then migrating to the Greater Los Angeles Chapter. Donyelle
participates in ongoing educational programs to stay current with association
trends, laws, news and business. This
educational track has led her to the professional credentials of Certified Manager
of Community Associations (CMCA®), Certified Community Association Manager (CCAM®),
Association Management Specialist (AMS®) and most recently the prestige
Professional Community Association Manager (PCAM®).
A native of Los Angeles, Donyelle
graduated with honors from California State University of Dominquez Hills
achieving a Bachelors of Arts degree in Behavioral Science and a Masters Degree
candidacy. In her spare time she volunteers for D-WAC, the Downtown Women’s
Action Coalition, and works closely with Los Angeles women’s shelter programs.
Laurie Mark, CMCA®, AMS®,
Laurie has worked in the
community association management field for the past 23 years. She spent the first 14 years as the on-site
manager for a 264 unit condominium community in Valencia, California and has been
a portfolio manager with Valencia Management Group for the past nine (9) years,
managing six (6) associations and a total of 1,405 units. In addition to recently achieving her PCAM
designation, Laurie also holds a Certified Manager of Community Associations (CMCA®)
certification, an Association Management Specialist (AMS®) designation, and a
California Real Estate Sales License.
Professional Community Association Manager (PCAM®) designation is the pinnacle of
professional achievement for managers with advanced-level skills and
experience. To earn the PCAM®
designation, managers must have five years of community association management
experience and complete more than 100 hours of coursework, including a
challenging case study analysis of a community association. In addition, PCAM
designees must fulfill continuing education and service requirements and adhere
to a code of ethics.