For the past three years, Chris Schappaugh has served as CCMC’s community manager for Valley Ranch. During his tenure the community was named “Best Urban Area for Sophisticates” by the Dallas Morning News and received a community service award from the City of Irving. He also led several monumental projects, including the transition from traditional to natural, water-wise landscaping and the addition of Geographic Information System (GIS) tracking of assets and repairs. Perhaps most importantly, he acted as trainer and mentor to several new CCMC community managers. “Chris has emerged as an expert in both community governance and collaborative solutions,” explains division president Todd Davidson. “It’s been wonderful to watch him grow into a very influential servant leader.” Chris’s exceptional performance has now led to a promotion as CCMC director of client fulfillment for the central division. In his new role, Chris will be responsible for the leadership, training and development of the CCMC teams at Valley Ranch, Harvest, Woodhill Medical Park, Trinity Falls, Windsong Ranch, Bridges of Las Colinas, Campion Hollows, Canyon Falls, Devonshire, Liberty and Tucker Hill. “I enjoy helping others be the best at what they do,” says Chris. “Encouraging others to become someone else’s hero is extremely rewarding. This is one of the reasons I am very excited to step into this new role.”
Chris holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Exercise Science from the University of North Texas. Prior to joining CCMC, Chris served as the manager of a large municipal district near Denver, Colorado. His professional background includes extensive experience in the fitness industry, recreation management, and operations. He has also owned and operated his own small business. Chris is recognized as a CMCA® by Community Association Managers International Certification Board (CAMICB).
Chris will assume his new role once his successor at Valley Ranch has been identified and trained. The search for qualified candidates will begin immediately.