NAA 2006 executive officers.Joe R. Sharp, CAPS Chairman of the Board Vice President, Actus Lend Lease Fort Hood, Texas
Nomina Anatomica Avium. positions served: NAA President-Elect (2005); Education Institute Board of Directors (2005); Vice President (2004); National Accessible Apartment Clearinghouse Chair (2004); Treasurer (2003); Budget and Finance Committee Chair (2003); Lease Advisory Committee Chair (2003-2004); Secretary (2002); Education Foundation Board (2002-2003); Budget and Finance Committee (2002); Governance Task Force (2001); Nominating Committee (1996-2000); Region 6 Vice President (1985, 1996-2001); National Lease Task Force Chair (1996-2000); National Designation Instructor (1976-2001). He has served as President of file Austin Apartment Association and the Texas Apartment Association, chairing numerous committees in both associations. He is a Texas Real Estate Broker.
Suzanne G. Lovelace, NALP NALP National Association for Law Placement (Washington, DC)
NALP National Apartment Leasing Professional
NALP National Action Learning Programme (Ireland) , CAM Chairman-Elect Vice President, Kolter Property Co. West Paire Beach, Florida
NAA positions served: NAA Vice President (2005); Education Institute Board of Directors (2005); NAAEI NAAEI National Auctioneers Association Education Institute Secretary/Treasurer (2005); National Accessible Apartment Clearinghouse Chair (2005); NAA Treasurer (2004); Budget and Finance Committee Chair (2004); Secretary (2003); Balanced Budget Balanced budget
A budget in which the income equals expenditure. See: budget.
A budget in which the expenditures incurred during a given period are matched by revenues. Task Force Chair (2003); Governance Task Force Chair (2003); Lyceum Lyceum, gymnasium near ancient Athens
Lyceum (līsē`əm), gymnasium near ancient Athens. There Aristotle taught; hence the extension of the term lyceum to Aristotle's school of philosophers, the Peripatetics. (2003); Education Foundation Board (2003); Budget and Finance Committee (2003); NAA PAC Ambassador (2002-2003); Member Relations Task Force Chair (2000-2002); Region 2 Vice President (1998-1999); NAA PAC Board of Trustees board of trustees Politics The posse of thugs who oversee an institution's administration. See Board of directors. (1998-1999); Nominating Committee (1998); Membership Committee (1998-1999); Northeast Membership Recruitment Task Force Chair (1997); Conference Committee (1997, 2001-2002); Education Advisory Council Chair (1996); National Apartment Management Accreditation Board (1994-1995); Education Committee (1993-1995). She has served as Vice President of SEFAA SEFAA Southeast Florida Apartment Association (Palm Beach Gardens, FL) and President of the Triangle Apartment Association (N.C.). She holds a N.C. Real Estate Broker License. She has served in the executive office of the Rental Housing Association of Boston. She attended Saint Mary's College Saint Mary's College, at Notre Dame, Ind., near South Bend; Roman Catholic; for women; est. 1844 as St. Mary's Academy, chartered 1850 at Bertrand, Mich.; moved and chartered 1855. The school shares certain programs and facilities with the Univ. in Raleigh, N.C.
David B. Watkins Jr. Vice Chairman Vice President, Greystar Management Services Tampa, Florida
NAA positions served: NAA Treasurer (2005); Budget and Finance Committee Chair (2005); Lease Advisory Committee Chair (2005); Secretary (2004); Conference Committee Chair (2003); Lease Advisory Committee (2003); Hall of Fame Committee (2003); Conference Committee (2002); Region 9 Vice President (2001-2002); Nominating and Governance Committee (2001); Membership Committee (2000); Who's the Member Task Force (1999-2001); Legislative Committee (1999). He has served as President of the Bay Area Apartment Association, the Capitol City Apartment Association and the Florida Apartment Association. He earned his bachelor of business administration “BBA” redirects here. For other uses, see BBA (disambiguation).
The Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) is a bachelor's degree in business studies. from the University of Mississippi The University of Mississippi, also known as Ole Miss, is a public, coeducational research university located in Oxford, Mississippi. Founded in 1848, the school is composed of the main campus in Oxford and three branch campuses located in Booneville, Tupelo, and Southaven. in accounting. He is a Florida Real Estate Broker.
Michael E. Tompkins, CPM, CCIM CCIM Certified Commercial Investment Member
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CCIM Client Component Installation Manager (Microsoft)
CCIM Comité Consultatif pour l'Informatique Médicale
CCIM Command Computer Input Multiplexer NAA Treasurer President, Julian LeCraw & Company Inc. Atlanta, Georgia
NAA positions served: NAA Secretary (2005); Governance Committee Chairman (2005); Legislative Chairman (2004); Education Conference Chairman of Subcommittee Registrations (2004); Budget and Finance Committee (2003-2004); Membership Services (2002-2003); Strategic Growth (2002-2003); Membership Chairman (2002-2003); Distance Learning Chairman (2001); Education Committee (1999-2000). He has served as President of the Georgia Apartment Association and the Atlanta Apartment Association and as Treasurer of the Florida Apartment Association. He attended the City University of New York The City University of New York (CUNY; acronym: IPA pronunciation: [kjuni]), is the public university system of New York City. .
Ron Shelton, CAPS NAA Secretary Vice President, Amalgamated a·mal·ga·mate
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2. Management Corporation Dallas, Texas
NAA Positions served: Education Institute President (2005); Conference Committee Chair (2006); Region 6 Vice President (1996-2005); Conference Committee (2002-2005); Strategic Planning Committee (2004); Governance Task Force (2003-2005); Distance Learning Task Force (2001); Education Committee Chair (2000); NAA Education Foundation (2000). He has served as President of the Texas Apartment Association and the Apartment Association of Greater Dallas.
Thomas C. Day, CAPS Past Chairman of Executive Vice President, Shamrock Management and Hepfner, Smith, Airhart & Day Dallas, Texas
NAA positions served: NAA President (2005); President-Elect (2004); Vice President (2003); National Accessible Apartment Clearinghouse Chair (2003); Strategic Business Plan (2003); Treasurer (2002); Budget and Finance Committee Chair (2002); Secretary (2001); Education Foundation Board (2001-2003); National Issues Subcommittee Chair (2001); Joint Legislative Committee (2001); Budget and Finance Committee (2001); Governance Task Force Chair (2001); State and Local Issues Subcommittee Chair (2000); Legislative Committee (1996-1997, 2000); Conference Committee Chair (1993, 1999); Region 6 Vice President (1991-1997); NAA PAC Board of Trustees Chair (1996-1997, 2002). He has served as President of the Apartment Association of Tarrant County and the Texas Apartment Association. He graduated from the University of Houston with a degree in civil engineering.