Associa Arizona hires new director of business development

Associa Arizona has named Jodi Henderson-Webster as director of business development for its Scottsdale office. She is primarily responsible for procuring new business and overseeing all sales and marketing initiatives.

Jodi Webster

Jodi Henderson-Webster

“We’re excited to bring in someone with Jodi’s experience and knowledge and I’m confident that her enterprising strategies will be a valued asset,” says Associa Arizona President Kirk Bliss.

“We have put together a leadership team at Associa Arizona poised to make a statement in 2016 and Jodi will be on the front lines of what we expect to be a banner year for the company.”

Ms. Henderson-Webster brings more than 14 years of community association management expertise to the company and has served as the education manager at the Arizona Association of Community Managers.

She has worked with professional land developers and homebuilders throughout the Valley in establishing community associations from planning through transition to homeowner control. She also has significant knowledge and experience from serving on numerous developer controlled HOA boards while working for as a manager for Lennar Corporation.

Ms. Henderson-Webster spent significant time managing multiple property types including luxury condominiums, master-planned communities, single family portfolio communities and commercial properties.

Associa is a leader in community management with over 10,000 employees operating more than 180 branch offices in the United States, Mexico, Canada, the United Arab Emirates and South Africa.

To learn more about Associa and its charitable organization, Associa Cares, visit www.associaonline.com or www.associacares.com.

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