Barbara Dummitt was recently appointed Vice President of the Phoenix Division of Sentry Management. Barbara has over 28 years in association management, homeowner services and operations. For the last ten years, Barbara has served as Executive Director of Management Services for City Property Management, where she led a team of 57 community managers. Prior to 2007, she held responsible positions with Cuellar Realty Services and Rossmar & Graham.
Kregg Hale, Sentry’s Senior Vice President responsible for Sentry’s Western Region, lauds Barbara’s unique background. “She is the ultimate problem solver in her associations and pays close attention to the details. From her Boards, she receives high praise for her communications style. That is exactly the type of professional we want to manage Sentry’s accounts in the Arizona.”
Barbara is well known and respected in the community management industry. She holds a CAAM certification from the Community Associations Institute. Barbara is active in AACM (Arizona Association of Community Managers) serving on the Continued Education Committee, where she has been instrumental in writing and teaching various industry-specific training classes for Certified Managers.
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