CAI is dedicated to building better communities. That mission is fulfilled, in part, by the hard work and dedication of our many volunteers, members, and leaders. CAI recognizes our best and brightest members with the CAI Excellence Awards. Help us identify those who are most worthy of recognition for their accomplishments and contributions throughout 2021 by nominating them for a CAI Excellence Award. Registration ends July 1, 2021. Deadline for photo essay is September 20, 2021. The winners will be announced at the Chapter Holiday Party in December 2021.
The individual or community must be a CAI member or managed by an entity that is a CAI member, in good standing with both their CAI local association and CAI National to be considered. Specifically, all membership fees, and any other debt, must be up-to-date prior to entry. Nominees may enter each category, but can only win one of them. Instructions are below; click on the star next to the title of each Award Category to expand its content:
This award will be given to a Member Manager who is a member of CAI and has excelled in the field of community management and who is demonstrably engaged in the chapter. Nominees must have achieved and currently maintain a Florida LCAM. This award will take into consideration the following:
Manager Expertise Photo Essay Submission and other required files
Include the following:
This award will be given to a Board member who is a member of CAI that has excelled in the field of leadership and community governance. Nominees should demonstrably cultivate a true sense of community, promote active resident involvement, and create a culture of informed consensus. Nominees should strive to preserve the character of their community, protect property values, meet and/or exceed the expectations of homeowners, and serve in the best interests of the association. Nominations must include an overview of what this community association board member has done to earn your nomination. Include information such as involvement with CAI, community and board operations, involvement in the community at-large, and other supporting information. Judging is based on the responses to the questions listed below: