Kirk Bliss named president of Associa Arizona in Scottsdale

Associa Arizona has named Kirk Bliss its new president.

Kirk Bliss

Kirk Bliss

Mr. Bliss is responsible for setting strategy, directing management operations, client relations, training, business development, strategic planning and leading local executive associates within the Scottsdale, Gold Canyon and Tucson offices.

“Kirk has had the opportunity to lead teams at multiple Associa branch offices across the nation and comes to us with a wealth of knowledge about what it takes to be the very best,” says Associa Senior Vice President Matt Steele.

“Associa Arizona is poised for remarkable growth throughout the state and Kirk’s impeccable track record coupled with his inspirational leadership style is exactly what we need.”

Mr. Bliss takes on this new role after most recently serving as president of Associa branches Homeside Properties in Georgia and Association Services in South Carolina. He began his community association management career in 1971 and joined Associa shortly after its inception in 1979.

Mr. Bliss has served as president for Associa branches in Michigan, Florida, Georgia and South Carolina.

Building and managing successful communities for more than 35 years, 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.

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