Originally from Chicago, IL, Jessica has over 15 years of experience in association management specializing in education and meeting planning. She has worked for the American Bar Association, Jenner & Block, LLC, the Chicago Association of REALTORS®, and the Chicagoland Apartment Association.

As Director of Property Management Training, she will work to expand upon the successful program to offer next level workshops that focus on best practices in operating multifamily housing. Her experience with group facilitation combined with her extensive background in real estate management education planning will enable her to create dynamic learning experiences as well as challenge her to expand and strengthen the pool of qualified apartment building owners and investors in low income communities. She is a member of several real state organizations that focus on real estate investing and entrepreneur empowerment.

About the Program

In July of 1998, CIC launched its Property Management Training program (PMT), an initiative designed to provide information and resources to owners and managers of multifamily rental properties. Since its inception, the program’s centerpiece has been its four-evening course entitled The Basics of Residential Property Management. PMT also offers sessions that concentrate on a single topic, such as boiler repair, landscaping, rodent control, marketing, and tenant screening. PMT sessions are offered at a variety of locations throughout the metropolitan area, including meeting facilities of investor banks. Since 1998, PMT has provided training to more than 19,400 owners and managers. Through this program, CIC is constantly expanding and strengthening the pool of qualified apartment building owners/investors.

In FY 2018, CIC provided 54 training sessions attended by 1,376 current or prospective managers/owners of affordable housing.

 
                              

Jessica will be speaking about Property Management at the Summit. Click HERE to ask questions or suggest topics that you want to be discussed during this session