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Monday, January 22, 2018

Like community associations around New England, CAI-NE achieves it many goals and objectives as a result of the time and expertise volunteered by members from the chapter states of Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Vermont. Serving on more than a dozen chapter committees and boards, nearly 200 CAI-NE members including community association volunteer leaders, managers and business partners work behind the scenes maintaining the chapter's reputation as one of the largest and most respected in the country and continuing to build upon the success of previous committees and boards.

Attorneys’ Committe
Co-Chair, Mary Joy Howes, Esq.
Co-Chair, Scott Eriksen, Esq.
Updates and educates community association attorneys as to the ever changing, ever more sophisticated issues in community association law and stimulates discussion of novel issues of law amongst members.

Chapter Banquet Committee
Co-Chair, Will Thompson, Esq.
Co-Chair Amanda Luciano
Oversees the annual chapter banquet recognizing the achievements of members and providing a valuable networking opportunity. Plans banquet details and is responsible for determining award criteria as well as selection of award winners from among nominees.

Seminar & Conference Committee
Co-Chair, Mark Einhorn, Esq.
Co-Chair, Erik Simard
Responsible for establishing the chapter educational calendar. Reviews and develops program content and acts as a resource in identifying new program topics and chapter speakers.

ELN (Emerging Leaders Network)
Chair, Pamela Jonah, Esq.
Develops programs and events that support members new to the industry and/or CAI helping them in building a strong link with the chapter and other new as well as seasoned industry professionals.

Golf Tournament Committee
Co-Chair, Tony Chiarelli
Co-Chair, Paula Solemina
Organizes chapter tournaments for the benefit of all participants from around New England fostering networking for members and their clients.

Managers' Committee
Serves CAI-NE and the community of professional association managers to advance the image of both within the industry. Promotes the sharing of ideas in the interest of advancing professionalism, elevating industry standards and creating consistent professional services for association clients.

Program Policy Committee
Co-Chair, Jennifer Barnett, Esq.
Co-Chair, Scott Wolf, CMCA, AMS, PCAM
Develops policy recommendations around chapter seminars and conferences as well as speaker criteria and selection.

Legislative Action Committees
Delegates of the LAC are CAI’s representatives before state legislatures, regulatory bodies and the courts. LACs serve as committees of the national Government & Public Affairs Committee.

Maine Legislative Action Committee (MELAC)
Chair, Bruce McGlauflin,Esq.

Massachusetts Legislative Action Committee (MALAC)
Matthew Gaines, Esq.

New Hampshire Legislative Action Committee (NHLAC)
Co-Chair, Gary Daddario, Esq., CCAL
Co-Chair, Tom Ducharme, CMCA, AMS, PCAM

Rhode Island Legislative Action Committee (RILAC)
Co-Chair, Ed Allcock, Esq., CCAL
Co-Chair, Frank A. Lombardi, Esq.

Vermont Legislative Action Committee (VTLAC)
David Boston, AMS, PCAM

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