December 18, 2019

The primary goal for Paul Mengert, Association Management Group’s founder and current CEO, is to educate everyone in the business of homeowners’ associations to be better. While AMG is a management company, it also functions as training program. One reason Paul founded AMG in his hometown of Greensboro, North Carolina in 1984 is because of his belief that giving back to a community is very important, whether it is done personally or through business activity. As AMG CEO, Paul Mengert has become a highly regarded leader in the homeowners’ association management industry, not just in the Carolinas, but nationwide.

In addition to Paul Mengert’s leadership of AMG, he has also taught extensively with the Harvard Business School Alumni Association’s Management Development Program in Greensboro and dozens of area companies have relied on him and AMG to provide them with the training they need. That includes local divisions of large corporations like Bank of America, Wells Fargo, Microsoft and Pfizer, but it also includes the professions in Association Management Group itself. Paul Mengert appreciates being part of such a great program because he both teaches and learns from it, and education is very important to him.

June 20, 2019

Beginning with his education and continuing with where he does business, Paul Mengert, AMG’s leader, believes that giving back to a community is among the most noble things anyone can ever do. Paul is currently the CEO of Association Management Group (AMG), a firm he founded back in 1984 in his hometown, Greensboro, North Carolina, where he also majored in Political Science and Communications at the University of North Carolina. The reason so many organizations trust the information that Paul Mengert provides in these is because it works. He knows the best association management techniques and strategies such groups can use to serve their communities.

However, there is a lot more to Paul Mengert than being the CEO of a successful training firm. Back in 1990, Paul earned a certification as a Professional Community Association Manager (PCAM). In 2005, he graduated from Harvard Business School. He has also served on the national senior faculty for the Community Associations Institute and he also serves as President of the Carolinas Chapter of the Community Associations Institute, where he teaches classes about homeowner's associations. The classes taught by AMG are approved as continuing education credits by the South Carolina Department of Real Estate, the North Carolina Board of Realtors and other groups, including the California Department of Real Estate.