Paul Mengert is the Chief Executive Officer of Association Management Group

June 17, 2014
 

Paul Mengert has always believed in giving back to the community, both on an individual basis and through his company. In his particular case, he is always sure to do both. Businesses' owe their success to the local community, so it only stands to reason that businesses should attempt to give back to the communities that have made them successful. Paul Mengert is the Chief Executive Officer of Association Management Group, a successful homeowners association management firm based out of North Carolina and South Carolina. The company has six offices spread out all over the Carolinas and is responsible for the successful management of over three-hundred condominium, townhome, and planned unit developments.

Last year, Paul Mengert and Association Management Group were able to participate in a charitable food drive for Greensboro Urban Ministry which was aimed at contributing a significant amount of food stuffs and supplies to the local community through the Greensboro Urban Ministry. Association Management Group asked homeowners in their Greensboro communities to generously donate food stuffs and supplies to the Urban Ministry through local receptacles, which Association Management Group collected and then delivered to Greensboro Urban Ministry.

Greensboro Urban Ministry is a vital resource for many of the less fortunate residents of Greensboro and the surrounding communities. The organization distributes more than 1.2 million pounds of food each year to those in need. At the time, logistical issues had created a real shortage for Greensboro Urban Ministry, but Paul Mengert is looking for ways to further contribute to the community in the future.

Paul Mengert believes that running a good business is about more than just money

April 02, 2014
 

Paul Mengert is the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Association Management Group, one of the most successful homeowners association and condominium association management companies in the Carolinas. The company has six locations and manages hundreds of properties. However, Paul Mengert believes that running a good business is about more than just money. Late last year, Paul Mengert spoke to a Harvard Business School Alumni Meeting in New York concerning the social responsibility of businesses.
 
Paul Mengert and Association Management Group are known for having high rates of customer satisfaction. Paul Mengert has not been shy about involving Association Management Group in numerous projects in the various communities where the company is active. Years ago, he and the rest of the leadership in the business decided that treating their customers well was important, but not enough to fulfill their obligation to society. They sought to separate themselves as an outstanding business by interacting positively with their employees and giving back to their communities.
 
Paul Mengert told the audience that treating customers well, meant operating with empathy and integrity. Employees needed to be treated as if they were family, he said, and should be given ample opportunity to grow professionally. In addition to lending support to business focused organizations like the Better Business Bureau (BBB) and the Chamber of Commerce, Association Management Group has sponsored local organizations like food banks, breast cancer awareness events, law enforcement groups, scouting groups, little league teams, and others. Association Management Group hasn't stopped there, either They have provided support to widows, children, and refugees who moved to their communities. Paul Mengert shared with the audience about how Association Management Group has offered transportation assistance to medical patients and an NGO in Haiti following the earthquake.

Paul Mengert is the CEO of Association Management Group

January 25, 2014
 

Paul Mengert is the CEO of Association Management Group. He founded the company in 1984, the same year he graduated from the University of North Carolina, Greensboro. Today the city where he was raised, Greensboro, is also home to an office of Association Management Group. After graduating from the University of North Carolina, Greensboro, Paul Mengert obtained his Professional Community Association Manager (PCAM) certification in 1990. In 2005, he graduated from Harvard Business School. 
 
Paul Mengert also previously served on the national senior faculty for the Community Associations Institute. In 1995, he served as President of the Carolina's Chapter of that institute. Today he teaches classes concerning homeowner's associations that have been approved as continuing education by a number of real estate and property regulatory groups and agencies.