Washington DC - The Washington D.C. Metro Area Chapter of the Community Associations Institute held its annual Conference and Expo this weekend, where property managers, association members, homeowners
We partner with CAI every year to promote our Condo and HOA Insurance program (CUSP) and engage in thought leadership. While our booth did the promoting, our Vice President participated in a panel discussion about emergency planning for community associations.
CAI was formed as a joint effort between local associations, government agencies and non-profit organizations to inform, educate and provide resources for community associations.
On its 40th Anniversary, the WMCCAI Expo sold out once again with over 2,100 attendees. This year's theme was Welcome to Now; an effort to shed light on the rise of modern technology in property management.
Adhering to the NOW, we unveiled the first smart insurance solution for Condos and HOAs, which combines the best of smart building technology and personalized insurance solutions.
The Annual DC Expo is the largest CAI event in the world.
Sarah Elise Gerstein, CMCA, AMS, LSM, PCAM
President, WMCCAI Board
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Allen and Lauri is a risk management web series featuring Allen Hudson, CIC, CRM and Lauri Ryder, CIC, CRM, CMCA. The show addresses trending risk management topics facing community associations nationwide.
Every year, the crew sets up shop at the Expo to provide insight from the management and association community.
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This year's Expo episode featured top CAI Brass in discussing their journeys, what drew them to CAI, and how the Expo impacts the community.
In addition to being a Certified Risk Manager, Allen Hudson is one of the youngest Certified Insurance Counselors in the country. He is also an active teacher and faculty member of the National Alliance of Insurance Education & Research (NAIER).
From writing articles for Quorum Magazine to moderating panel discussions on the Future of Flood, Allen is constantly on the lookout for new opportunities to promote the importance of pro-active risk management.
At the Expo, Allen participated on a panel that discussed how to effectively manage emergency situations in communities. Here are a few of his tips on what to do before a loss to ensure you are properly covered:
With the Expo now in the
Proud son, husband and Fairfax County native. As a Communications graduate from George Mason University, I enjoy discovering the world through impromptu conversations with strangers. I might as well be the General Manager of the Washington Redskins.