CMCA, AMS, PCAM
District Manager - Las Vegas
Nevada Real Estate Salesperson, License #S.0170375
Nevada Property Manager, Permit #PM.0164879
Nevada Supervisory Community Manager, Certificate #CAM.0000219.SU
Katherine Wolfe is the District Manager for the Las Vegas, NV office of Eugene Burger Management Corporation and has oversight of the management and bookkeeping services for homeowner associations, apartments and commercial properties served by EBMC in the Las Vegas and surrounding areas.
Katherine is a Nevada Licensed Real Estate Salesperson, Property Manager and Supervisory Community Manager and holds three designations conferred by the Community Associations Institute (CAI): Certified Manager of Community Associations (CMCA®), Association Management Specialist (AMS®) and Professional Community Association Manager (PCAM®).
The PCAM designation is the highest professional recognition available nationwide to managers who specialize in community association management. To receive this designation, Katherine earned and maintained both the CMCA and AMS designations, successfully passed all six 200-level courses in CAI's PMDP (Professional Management Development Program) curriculum plus a Case Study, and has five or more years of community association management experience.
Katherine is an active member of CAI's Nevada Chapter and is the Chair of CAI's Education Committee with leadership responsibility for the community manager education recertification programs. In 2005, she was voted Portfolio Manager of the Year by the Nevada Chapter of CAI. Ms. Wolfe also has an Associate's Degree and Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Administration.
Ms. Wolfe has extensive experience in business, human resources, and community association management. She has managed a portfolio of community associations since 2002; worked with developers in the start up, transition, and management of new associations; and developed and implemented training programs for staff and board members. She continues to keep abreast of industry changes that affect community associations and managers in order to ensure compliance with state and federal laws, provide exceptional service to EBMC clients, and uphold EBMC’s objectives and goals.