Leadership

Edward H. Boudreau, Jr., Chairman Emeritus

Ed Boudreau

After serving as chairman from 2004-2013, CCMC founder Ed Boudreau was named chairman emeritus in 2014. A 43-year veteran of CCMC, this revolutionary in community association management laid the foundation for CCMC’s leadership in the industry through his vision and innovation. And the results speak for themselves. Today, CCMC provides professional community management services to more than 122,000 households in over 200 associations throughout eight states. As chairman emeritus, Ed continues to provide guidance to the CCMC board and advocate for improved community association management throughout the country.

Ed holds a Master’s Degree in Business and is a licensed real estate broker. His history includes involvement in the Community Associations Institute (CAI); Institute of Real Estate Management (IREM); and the National Board of Realtors. He has served on the boards of the Greater Dallas and Texas Apartment Associations and the Richardson Youth Council. Ed was a contributing author to Community First, developed the original concept for caionline and has been a speaker for CAI. In 1992, he was awarded the Professional Achievement Award from IREM, and in 1993, he was named Property Manager of the Year. Ed held a number of leadership roles in IREM National and served as its international president in 2002. He served as president of the IREM Foundation in 2009 and 2010.

Bart Park, III, Chairman

Bart Park was named chairman of CCMC in 2014, after serving as chief executive officer from 2004-2013. Bart was a young adult when he was hired in 1988 to maintain pools in a CCMC-managed community. It was his dedication, work ethic, charismatic personality and grasp of the importance of the work that propelled him to positions of greater responsibility. He has experienced first-hand almost every aspect of the business and has served in numerous operational leadership roles, including vice president responsible for the Arizona region where he led the company’s growth in Arizona, New Mexico, Nevada and Utah. Bart’s drive to continue the work his mentor Ed Boudreau began—of transforming the industry—is what pushes him and the company to deliver excellence.  As chairman, Bart guides the CCMC leadership team in setting strategic plans for the company’s growth.

In addition to his education at Northern Arizona University, Bart has been awarded both the Association Management Specialist® (AMS®) and Professional Community Association Manager® (PCAM®) designations from the Community Associations Institute (CAI). He holds the Certified Manager of Community Associations® (CMCA®) designation by the Community Association Managers International Certification Board (CAMICB)Bart served two terms as President of the Central Arizona Chapter of CAI and is a former member of the CAI National Faculty. He is one of the founding members and directors of the Arizona Association of Community Managers (AACM) and the recipient of the first Certified Arizona Association Manager (CAAM®) designation. He is also an active member of the Scottsdale Charros, an all-volunteer, non-profit group of business and civic leaders that help build our community by supporting youth  sports, education and charitable causes.

D. J. Cole, Chief Executive Officer

D. J. Cole has many strengths and has brought to CCMC more than 30 years of financial and leadership experience. But one of his most valued and rare attributes is his ability to connect strategy, numbers and people to achieve successful results for our clients, employees and shareholders. D. J. joined CCMC in 2007 as chief financial officer and president of Shared Services. In that role he was a catalyst for enhancing reporting, upgrading systems, and reorganizing the team, all with one mission in mind: to serve our customers better. He was named chief executive officer in 2014, after serving as chief operating officer in 2013. Before joining CCMC, D. J. served as chief financial officer of Cold Stone Creamery, the fastest-growing ice cream concept in the United States, where he built and led the in-house finance, accounting and information technology teams during the company’s significant growth from 900 U. S. locations to 1,450 locations around the world. He also served five years as chief financial officer and vice president of administration for AG Communication Systems, a developer and manufacturer of advanced products for telecommunications service providers.

D. J. earned an MBA in financial management and business policy from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business and a degree in accountancy from the University of Notre Dame. He spent three years in the audit practice of Arthur Andersen and holds a CPA certificate. D. J. is also recognized as a Certified Manager of Community Associations (CMCA) by the Community Association Managers International Certification Board (CAMICB) and as a Certified Arizona Association Manager (CAAM) by the Arizona Association of Community Managers (AACM). Currently, D. J. is a member of the Urban Land Institute (ULI), a multidisciplinary real estate forum for industry leaders and policy makers dedicated to creating better places for people.

Mary Ann Hopf, Chief Financial Officer, President of Shared Services

Mary Ann Hopf joined CCMC in early 2008 with over 20 years of financial, accounting and leadership experience. She was promoted to vice president of finance in March 2009 and to chief financial officer and president of shared services in 2013. In this role, she is responsible for all client financial services and accounting, human resources and information technology. As chief financial officer, Mary Ann also oversees corporate finance, legal and facilities. Her primary focus is to provide employees with the information they need to better serve our clients. She has been instrumental in enhancing our financial products and services; and continues to seek opportunities to improve. Prior to joining CCMC, Mary Ann was the director of finance at Cold Stone Creamery and also served as treasurer and controller for AG Communication Systems, a developer and manufacturer of advanced products for telecommunications service providers.

Mary Ann is a CPA and worked in the audit practice at KPMG Peat Marwick. She has a Bachelor of Science in Accounting from Arizona State University and earned an MBA from the University of Phoenix. Mary Ann is active in the accounting industry and her affiliations include the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the Arizona Society of Certified Public Accountants.

Delores Ferguson, Western Division President

Delores-Ferguson---DSC_5740-compressedDelores Ferguson was named CCMC western division president in 2011. She is responsible for all CCMC operations in  Arizona and Colorado. A seasoned professional, she brings more than 29 years of diversified master-planned and portfolio community management experience to our firm; along with exceptional passion and energy. As the leader of her division, she works with team members to find innovative ways to create and nurture strong relationships with our clients and team members. Delores has many achievements including the Association Management Specialist (AMS) and the coveted Professional Community Association Manager (PCAM) designations from the Community Associations Institute (CAI). In addition, she has also obtained her Certified Manager of Community Associations (CMCA) from the Community Association Managers International Certification Board (CAMICB) and Certified Arizona Association Manager (CAAM) designation from the Arizona Association of Community Managers (AACM). Previously, Delores served on the Programs Committee for the Leadership Center and as a member of both the AACM Professional Standards Committee and Education Committee. She currently serves as an AACM Board of Director and is very active writing and teaching industry certification courses. She is also active in the Valley Partnership – Community Project Committee Meeting.

Todd Davidson, Central Division President

As central division president, Todd Davidson is responsible for all community association operations in Florida, Texas, South Carolina, Georgia, Tennessee and California. His duties include business development, nurturing existing client relationships and mentoring his executive team to ensure uniformity of vision and approach. In addition to his master’s degree in business, Todd is recognized as a Certified Manager of Community Associations (CMCA) by the Community Association Managers International Certification Board (CAMICB). He has also been awarded the prestigious Professional Community Association Manager (PCAM) designations from the Community Associations Institute (CAI). Todd serves as Community Development Council (CDC) Silver Member for the Urban Land Institute (ULI), a multi-discipline real estate forum dedicated to creating and sustaining thriving communities worldwide through the responsible use of land, and as an advisory committee member for the Texas Community Association Advocates (TCAA). Previously, he served on the board of directors for the DFW chapter of CAI. Prior to joining CCMC in 2003, Todd designed and managed several corporate recreation facilities in Arizona and Texas.

Tony Ledvina, Nevada/Utah Division President

Tony Ledvina was promoted to division president in 2007 and now provides executive leadership and client consultation in Nevada and Utah. Tony joined CCMC over 15 years ago, as community manager for Estrella in Goodyear, Arizona, which encompasses 20,000 acres and will eventually include 45,000 households. During his tenure at Estrella, the community grew to 3,000 homes; construction was completed on the Starpointe Residents Club – a national award-winning recreation center – and a dedicated CCMC team was established. Tony earned the Association Management Specialist (AMS) and the coveted Professional Community Association Manager (PCAM) designations from the Community Associations Institute (CAI). He also holds the Certified Manager of Community Associations (CMCA) from the Community Association Managers International Certification Board (CAMICB) and a Nevada Community Manager license. Under his leadership, CCMC was named 2009 Medium Management Company of the Year by the Nevada chapter of CAI.

Prior to joining CCMC, Tony worked for United Development Corporation (UDC) in Mill Creek, Washington for 18 years. There he was responsible for land development of a 3,200 home master-planned community. He served on the Mill Creek Community Association Board of Directors from 1986 to 2000, and provided valuable consultation on the Developer Transition Committee and Architectural Control Committee. Tony has served on homeowner association boards in Arizona and Washington and currently serves on the Board of Directors for Community Association Management Executives Organization (CAMEO) in Las Vegas. Tony earned his bachelor’s degree in geography, with an emphasis on urban planning, from the University of Wisconsin at Platteville.