Paul Mengert, Association Management Group (AMG)

Paul Mengert, a native of Greensboro, North Carolina, boasts an impressive academic and professional background. Graduating from the University of North Carolina with degrees in Political Science and Communications, he embarked on a remarkable journey that led to his certification as a Professional Community Association Manager (PCAM) in 1990 and culminated in his graduation from Harvard Business School in 2005.

Throughout his career, Mr. Mengert has held diverse roles in both the public and private sectors. His contributions include serving as a prominent member of the national senior faculty for the Community Associations Institute, assuming the role of president for the Carolina’s Chapter of the Community Associations Institute, and holding a position on the Board of Directors in the United States for the Givat Haviva Educational Foundation. Notably, he was appointed as an advisor to USAID’s housing sector, providing guidance to Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan in their endeavors to privatize government housing and establish numerous new homeowners associations in both nations.

In 1984, Paul Mengert founded the Association Management Group, where he currently serves as the Chief Executive Officer. Prior to establishing this organization, he garnered experience working alongside James B. Hunt, the former Governor of North Carolina. Not limiting his impact to his professional ventures, Mr. Mengert offers educational courses on homeowner’s associations. These courses have received approval from various esteemed organizations, including the North Carolina Board of Realtors, the California Department of Real Estate, the Nevada Department of Real Estate, the South Carolina Department of Real Estate, and the Georgia Department of Real Estate. Additionally, he has played a pivotal role in a management development program for the Harvard Business School Alumni Association of Charlotte, a program attended by executives from over fifty organizations.