Brad Pomp, President of Sentry Management is pleased to announce that Yohanna LaRoche has been promoted to Vice President, Charleston office. Yohanna, who started with Sentry in 2009, has served as Assistant Division Manager in Charleston since 2013. “She has shown the dedication and initiative necessary to step up to the Division role in Charleston SC”, says Pomp. Yohanna replaces Collin Bruner, who has become the Senior Vice President of the newly created Atlantic Region. The Atlantic Region will include the offices located in Charleston SC, Raleigh NC, Nashville TN and Savannah GA. Yohanna will report to Collin in her new position.
Yohanna LaRoche is a Certified Manager of Community Associations (CMCA), certified by the National Board of Certified Association Managers and holds an Association Management Specialist (AMS) designation from the Community Association Institute (CAI).
“I have always been proud of the responsiveness and personal support we work hard to provide our Boards”, says Collin Bruner. “I believe we have a professional and dedicated staff in the Charleston office and Yohanna has been outstanding in her work with Boards. I am very confident your association will continue to receive top-notch customer service with Yohanna leading the Division. Join me in welcoming her to the Vice President’s position.”
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