Jonathan Sucher been with Cardinal Management Group, Inc. (CMG) since October of 1995 and earned his PCAM (Professional Community Association Manager) designation in October 1994. A lifelong resident of Northern Virginia, he serves as a Senior Vice President and is a member of the Executive & Leadership Teams. Recently he was appointed to the Foundation for Community Association Research with the Community Associations Institute (CAI), our national trade organization related to educating managers and homeowners about community associations. Jonathan finds a sense of great pride and pleasure to work with such a well-rounded group of professionals of all the various departments here at CMG. Partnering with diverse Boards of Directors and seeing community projects accomplished brings great satisfaction as well as helping to overcome various challenges that all communities face at some point or another. He enjoys meeting our current and prospective clients and has been involved with many of the communities within the CMG portfolio for over 23 years. When not at work he finds time to mountain and road bike, run the Cherry Bloom 10 mile race in DC (6 years running) taking advantage of the bounty of historic and cultural options in DC, and our great local park system. Finally and perhaps most importantly, he enjoys spending time with his adult children and his fantastic wife Gayle who puts up with the crazy late hours, board meetings, and emergency calls that are an integral part of this business. Working with a family owned company that understands the importance of balance in a work/family life is why he has been with CMG for 23 years!
What our clients are saying about us…
“If I had to choose three words that described Cardinal Management, I would pick “responsive, reliable and diligent.” Phone calls and emails are returned promptly, monthly management reports are professional and comprehensive, and dealings with residents are always respectful and thorough. Most Board members know how wearing the responsibilities of representing HOA members can be, but with a strong management company, the day-to-day taskings will be better organized and more efficient. I am absolutely sincere in conveying my utmost respect for the people of Cardinal Management from the top down. Everyone I dealt with over the years has been a true professional. I cannot recommend them more highly.”
Cardinal Management Group’s corporate office will be closed today, Friday, February 22nd, between 10:00 am – 3:00 pm for a company function. If you have an urgent matter that requires immediate assistance, please call 703-569-5797.
Cardinal Management Group’s Corporate office will be closing at 1:00 pm today, February 20th, due to inclement weather. The office will reopen at 8:30 am on Thursday, February 21st.
Please note that the CMG Corporate office will be closing at 3:30 p.m., today, January 29th, due to predicted weather conditions.
Tom Mazzei, CEO, Don Mazzei, COO, Terry McGuire, Senior Vice President, and Victoria Garner, Vice President of Business Development, were in attendance at the 2019 CAI Law Conference in New Orleans. #cai #cmg #2019lawconference #nola
Kim Grant joined the Cardinal Management Group team in 2011. Before coming to Cardinal, Kim was an HR Manager for a water utility in South Carolina before moving back to her native Virginia where she was a stay-at-home mom for five years before her youngest son started school. Kim was hired as a management assistant at Cardinal and given a diverse portfolio to support. She was promoted to Administrative Supervisor in October 2015. She currently supervises twelve employees along with supporting a Senior Vice President of the company. Her other duties include promoting Cardinal through social media and organizing various employee activities. On the weekends, she likes to spend time visiting Virginia historical sites as well as visiting local wineries.
Brian Cramp joined the Cardinal Management Group (CMG) family in 2010. Prior to coming to CMG, Brian was the Facility Manager for a large government agency in the metro Washington DC area and owned a successful landscape company. During his time with Cardinal, Brian transitioned quickly from Assistant Property Manager to Assistant Vice President, all while earning his CMCA and AMS designations. Brian oversees Cardinal Management Group’s Fairfax office in addition to managing a diverse portfolio of communities. The Washington Metropolitan Chapter of Community Association Institute has recognized communities within Brian’s portfolio with Community Association of the Year awards 4 of the past 5 years. When not at work you can find Brian shuttling his two boys all over the area for various practices/games or attending a professional sporting event with his wife and boys.
Katie Phillips joined the Cardinal Management Group family in 2006. She began with the company as an assistant to the administrative/accounting department. During her time with Cardinal she has received multiple promotions including, Account Representative, Collections Coordinator, Cash Manager, and Staff Accountant. Katie currently serves as our Accounting Department Supervisor, managing the day-to-day operations of the Accounting department. Katie is a two time recipient of the coveted annual “Mazzei Award” and a member of the Leadership Team. In her free time she enjoys spending time with her husband and two small children, interior design projects, shopping, and visiting her in-law’s beach house in Bethany Beach, DE!
Hurricane Florence is expected to make landfall somewhere between Virginia and the Carolinas later this week. While the exact track of the storm is unknown, it is possible that the D.C. Metro area will experience heavy rain, flash flooding and high winds sometime this week. Residents should heed caution as the Governor of Virginia has already declared a state of emergency.
In preparation, residents should remove any objects from exterior areas which could be moved by potential high force winds. This includes patio/balcony furniture, grills, bikes, potted plants, garden art, etc. – ANY OBJECT that could be damaged or cause property damage.
Based on the severity of the storm, it is possible that trash and recycling pickup, other contracted services and appointments you may have scheduled with your Association may be cancelled or delayed. There is also the potential for downed trees. In the event that there is tree damage on the common area or on your property, please contact the Association immediately.
For power outages, you should contact your power company directly to report your disruptions in service. You should anticipate disruptions in power during and after the storm.
If you need to report a maintenance emergency, please contact your Association. A maintenance emergency is defined as a fire, flood, major leak, sewer backup, or downed tree.
Visit the following sites for more useful information as to how to prepare for a major weather event:
Visit the National Hurricane Center (NHC) for updated storm tracking: http://www.nhc.noaa.gov.
Thank you and please stay safe!