Charles Koch has served on the Board of a large homeowner’s association for nearly two decades. He found the role challenging because it is much like managing a small business—which is his professional background. After deciding to change careers, he settled on community association management and obtained his CAM license. He interviewed with several Atlanta-area firms, he came onboard with Sentry in August 2017.
“The transition from working as a Board President to working as a Community Association Manager with Sentry Management was a natural progression,” said Charles.
“I already had practical experience of working on a Board. Couple that with the professional team in the Atlanta office and Sentry’s great systems and support, and I feel I am in the perfect environment to be effective with other communities,” explained Charles.
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