Anand Shah

Anand Shah, President and Principal

Anand serves as President of Condominium Associates. He brings more than 15-years of real estate management and investing experience to Condominium Associates. Anand is a Licensed Community Association Manager; he is an active member of the Community Associations Institute (CAI); and Chief Executive Officer of Management Companies (CEOMC). Prior to Condominium Associates, Anand was responsible for managing approximately 125 associations across the Tampa Bay Area for Continental Group (a First Service held company Nasdaq: FSRV). Today, Anand is responsible for the operation of over two hundred and thirty community associations in Florida and in excess of 5 billion dollars in client assets. Anand graduated from the University of South Florida with multiple degrees: Bachelor of Science, Management Information Systems and Biology.

Anand actively supports local sports teams and volunteers as a golf and tennis coach to his young daughter. He is a student of psychology and appreciates the nuances of human nature. He is a fitness enthusiast and believes in the power of exercise and the revitalizing effects of yoga.

Sean C. Boynton, Esq., Executive Vice President and General Counsel 

Sean joined Condominium Associates in 2018 as Executive Vice President and General Counsel.  Sean was born in Pinellas and has deep roots in this area being related to both the Belcher and McMullen families.  He received his BA in psychology from the University of New Hampshire and was very happy to move closer to home (and back to the warmth) to attend the University of Florida Law School.  He brings over 14 years of legal and subject matter expertise—including over a decade representing community associations—to our executive leadership team.

Sean also brings nearly 30 years of leadership experience and training from his very diverse background.  Sean served in the United States Marine Corps for almost ten years as a CH-46E pilot and then as a lawyer.  He was the on-staff Worship Leader at a church in Valrico and has additionally served in many professional and volunteer leadership positions since entering college.  He understands that leaders are only effective if they are authentic, knowledgeable, caring, dependable and have unwavering integrity.  He brings polished and effective leadership, deep industry experience and is truly setting the direction and creating the environment fostering client relationships, employee and company growth.

Outside of his professional endeavors, Sean enjoys spending time with his children (between the ages of 6 and 12) and is hopeful that they fall in love with the road trips that have taken Sean to 49 states and 7 Canadian provinces/territories.  He enjoys working with his hands on various projects—ranging from customizing vehicles to building guitars and even installing live venue sound systems—and remains very active in his church serving as a singer, guitarist and bass player with the band at The Crossing Church in Tampa.

Stella Galaris

Stella Galaris, Associate General Counsel

As Associate General Counsel of Condominium Associates, Stella Galaris brings a unique level of experience and perspective in the constantly evolving property management industry.

Working in the corporate office in Clearwater, Stella supports CA’s executive team with strategic management of corporate operations and client support. Additionally, Stella works tirelessly promoting the rights of all owners who live, serve, and work within community associations and other common interest ownership communities. By leading advocacy initiatives with state legislators, local law firms, public policy makers, and lobbyists, Stella is keenly aware and protective of those clients who lack the platform to voice their beliefs and concerns regarding the laws that directly impact their property values and costs of ownership.

Stella is a graduate of the University of South Florida (Business Administration), Oklahoma City School of Law (Magna Cum Laude), and holds a Masters in Taxation from the University of Florida. Since 1994 she has owned and operated her own law practice in Dunedin, Florida specializing in real estate law. Stella is licensed and is a member in good standing of both the Massachusetts Bar and Florida Bar.

Stella is married and is the mother of two teenage boys. She is an active volunteer in the Pinellas County School system; and as a student advocate, she currently sits on the Intervention and Appeals Committee at Osceola High School. In her free time, she enjoys exercising, boating, and any activity centered on the beach and spending time with her family.

Manjola “Lola” Kavaric, Executive Vice President of Accounting

Lola is a financial management professional with 27 years of experience. She is an integral part of CA, managing the client accounting and finance team. She is responsible for overseeing all financial aspects of associations company wide. Lola’s areas of expertise include financial analysis, profit improvement, project management, auditing, training and strategic planning. Lola holds a double Bachelor’s Degree in Finance and Business Administration. She has a Master’s Degree in Business Administration and a Master’s Degree in Accounting. Lola is also a Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE) and member of Tampa Bay Chapter. Her diverse background includes industries ranging from banking to non-profit to insurance and real estate/HOA management.

Doug Jenkins

Doug Jenkins, LCAM, Executive Vice President of Operations & Ancillary Business

Doug has been working in the property management, development and investment industries since 1987. He has been an Executive Director, Director of HUD Programs and Affordable Housing Development, an on-site Manager, a Regional Manager, Vice President of Operations and Portfolio Asset Manager for a diversity of Community Management, Investment and Development entities. Doug has worked with HUD, LIHTC, Conventional Multifamily and Condominium Communities. His broadest responsibility consisted of overseeing the program compliance and monitoring operations of over 900 multifamily communities throughout the U.S. for institutional investors.

Doug joined Condominium Associates in 2011 and serves as Executive Vice President of Operations and Ancillary Business.  Doug focuses on the refinement of working efficiencies, delivery of exemplary customer services and advancement of CA’s Mission as well as Business Philosophy.  Doug is also involved in the assessment and progression of secondary business groups that support the core CA activities. Doug has his Community Association and Real Estate Licenses as well as a number of technical certifications.

Doug is an accomplished musician, artist and photographer. His patrons have extended from North America to Europe and his art has been featured in magazines and on the big screen.

Kathy Melikian Bramhall, CMCA, AMS, Vice President of Sales & Retention

Kathy began her career 25 years ago, in Indiana. She wanted a career in an industry that would survive economic turmoil, where making money went hand-in-hand with helping people. Managing apartment buildings afforded that. Her career evolved into association management, which allowed her to manage condominiums, townhomes, and single-family homes. She acquired very valuable general construction knowledge at that time. In 2002, she moved to Florida to be closer to family. She researched many management companies in the Tampa Bay area and decided that Condominium Associates would be a good fit for her. Larger companies don’t always provide good customer service, but medium-sized, locally owned companies are better able to control their practices. By that she means they are free to tailor their services to supply customer needs; not bow to what a corporate office dictates. Kathy began her career with CA in our Harbour Island office; and, after 4-years, she approached the owners about opening a much-needed Pasco County office. She promised them that within 5-years she would grow the office to be larger than our Harbour Island location. She met her goal.

In 2015, Kathy was offered the role of Vice President of Sales & Retention. Since she was already indirectly involved in selling and needed a new challenge, she jumped at the offer. She now handles new business development and client retention on a company-wide basis and she loves it. Over the past several years, she started teaching and coaching board members. She enjoys public speaking and sharing her knowledge and experiences within our industry.

Kathy is an animal-rights activist and a member of both the SPCA and Humane Society. She is also a supporter of Lab Rescue, having adopted two dogs from their shelter. She has active membership in the Multiple Sclerosis Society, Pasco Alliance of Community Associations (PACA), Community Associations Institute (CAI), and the Wesley Chapel Chamber of Commerce.

Tom Simpson

Tom Simpson, LCAM, Vice President of Property Management

Tom Simpson brings over seventeen years of experience as a Licensed Community Association Manager and is a leader in the property management industry. A nine-year veteran of CA, Tom has risen through the ranks from his initial service as a Licensed Community Association Portfolio Manager. Tom’s strong leadership skills and dynamic ability to develop relationships have paved the way for his role in directing all company property management regions. Tom’s previous experience in the grocery industry provided a background of managing $16MM in annual revenue throughout the Tampa Bay region. Tom is a Licensed Real Estate Broker and a graduate of Hillsborough Community College. He also attended the University of South Florida.

Tom has been happily married for twenty years and is the proud father of three boys. Tom’s avid love and knowledge of baseball have led to many years of successful coaching, directing youth baseball leagues, and guiding his sons along the path of competitive baseball.

Sean M. Foley, LCAM, CMCA, AMS, PCAM, Vice President of Property Management

Sean joined Condominium Associates in 2018 as Vice President of Property Management.   Sean brings over 20 years of management experience which began in the Chicago area where he served at various high-level positions with prominent management firms.

After moving to Florida in 2000, Sean continued in the industry and has held management and executive positions up to and including owning his own Management Company.   He also served as a consultant to many developers throughout the construction of Planned Unit Developments and assisted the banking industry with distressed or foreclosed properties as an Asset Manager. Sean possesses strong leadership skills and has an intense focus on teaching and mentoring team members. Sean is a Licensed Community Association Manager and is a member of the Community Associations Institute. He holds several CAI professional designations including the PCAM®.

Sean has been married for eighteen years and is father of four children.   Sean spends his leisure time in recreational activities with his family.

Wendy Murray, LCAM, CMCA, AMS, Vice President of the Southwest Florida Region

Wendy joined Condominium Associates in 2018 and is responsible for sales, operations, management and acquisitions for the Southwest Florida Region.  Previously Wendy spent three years as Vice President of the Florida Southwest Region for Executive National Bank’s Community Association Banking Division.  For the prior eight years Ms. Murray worked for a national community association management company, three years as Branch CEO and President as well as five years on the Branch Executive Team.   She also served as a Florida State Supreme Court Certified County Court Mediator, mediating community association disputes.

Ms. Murray became involved in the HOA industry in 1997 as a Committee Member in her own community.   From 2001 to 2013, Ms. Murray also served on her Association Board of Directors from Developer Turnover forward in the roles of President and Vice President.   Wendy became a CERT (Community Emergency Response Team) graduate in 2004 and completed the Professional Development Series in 2006, both programs administered by FEMA through their Emergency Management Institute.   As a result, Ms. Murray created the curriculum for  Developing Disaster Plans for Community Associations which continues to be used as part of a state approved Continuing Education CAM course.  She is a FL state approved presenter for seven Continuing Education CAM courses with additional curriculum awaiting approval.

She has served as the President of the Miramar Communities Council, Broward County representative of the Community Advocacy Council via CAN, member of the Members Council for CALL, Board member for the Builders Association of South Florida and served as Secretary for the Ft Myers chapter of the National Association of Women in Construction.

Gary Vosselmann, Director of Condominium Associates Maintenance Solutions (CAMS)

Originally from the auto industry in New York, Mr. Vosselmann had fast track success as the new car manager for Koeppel Porsche/Audi by the age of 25. Over time Mr. Vosselmann served in various executive management positions for brands including Volkswagen and Toyota before deciding to move to Florida in 1990. When he arrived in Florida he quickly grew his own business while expanding his experience through various entrepreneurial vertical businesses, at one point owning three Midas franchises. In 1995, Mr. Vosselmann volunteered for the Board of Directors in his own community and was introduced to the property management and maintenance industry. He earned his property managers license (LCAM) from the State of Florida and has worked within the industry ever since. In 2016 he took over management of the CAMS (Community Association Maintenance Solutions) division of Condominium Associates as its managing partner. Mr. Vosselmann has been happily married to his wife Elyse for more than 25 years and they have two young adult children, Emily and Seth. Mr. Vosselmann and his family reside in Palm Harbor where they have lived for more than 25 years.