Event Registration - Greater Houston Chapter of Community Associations Institute
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Educational Luncheon — Reserve Studies
11:30 AM - 1:30 PM CST

Event Description

Educational Luncheon

Your Reserve Study is Wrong, and I was the One who Created it!

Wednesday, May 1, 2024 @ 11:30 am
(The Junior League of Houston)
 *1 CEU

Through a detailed examination of the definition of adequate reserves, the benefits of full and threshold funding, and the various factors that influence reserve study projections, participants will gain valuable insights into how to make the most informed decisions for the physical and financial betterment of their shared assets. With a focus on practical application, and the inherent unknowns when it comes to forecasting, the course includes a walk-through of real-life examples, tips on how to review and adjust funding plans, and a discussion of potential pitfalls and how to mitigate them. 

$35 - CAI Member
$45 - Non-Member
$0 - 2024 CAI GHC Premium Partner

*Registration is non-refundable within 1 week of the event. Name changes are permissable up until the day before the event at no additional cost.

About Andrew Stoutenburg (Presenter)

Andrew joined Reserve Advisors, a national leader in reserve study services, in 2013, and currently serves as a Regional Director overseeing Texas and other states throughout the Western US. While he certainly couldn't have predicted working in the community association industry after obtaining his Civil Engineering degree and Professional Engineer license, helping boards make more informed decisions and the overly welcoming culture that exists in this industry has kept him active over the past 10 years.

In addition to helping community board volunteers and managers, Andrew is deeply committed to Community Associations Institute (CAI). He currently holds the position of President-Elect for the Austin chapter of CAI and is an active participant and committee member in all four CAI chapters across Texas, as well as involved with TLAC, further illustrating his passion for community management and his commitment to fostering collaboration and knowledge-sharing within the industry.

When not busy with all the joys of community associations, Andrew enjoys time visiting state parks with his wife, three kids, and two dogs, and participating in road and trail running races.

This event is being brought to you by the CAI Greater Houston Chapter Gold Premium Partners! Additional sponsorship opportunities are available at a rate of $600 and include:
  • 2 tickets to attend the educational luncheon
  • Company logo on event marketing materials, signage, and web page
  • Opportunity to display promotional items in designated sponsor area
  • 1 minute at the mic to introduce company to attendees
  • Post-event attendee list