Chapter Members and Staff Receive National Awards at CAI's Annual Conference

Jun 5, 2014


DATE:             June 5, 2014

CONTACT:     Tony Campisi, (610) 783-1315 x11,

 Chapter members and staff receive national awards at CAI’s

Annual Conference & Exposition

Annual event took place May 14-17 in Orlando, Florida

Community Associations Institute's (CAI) national Annual Conference took place May 14-17, 2014 at the Loew's Royal Pacific Resort in Orlando, Florida and several CAI representatives from the Pennsylvania & Delaware Valley Chapter received national awards at the event. 

Mitch Frumkin, PE, RS, founding principal of Kipcon, Inc., and engineering and reserve study firm in North Brunswick, New Jersey, received the Excellence in Chapter Leadership Award for his work spearheading the launch of CAI's newest chapter, the Big Apple Chapter, which had its kickoff event on April 30, 2014 in Manhattan. Frumkin is a member of the Pennsylvania & Delaware Valley Chapter Board of Directors and  has previously served on the board of the New Jersey Chapter. Frumkin was national CAI president in 2001. A Licensed Professional Engineer in eighteen states, Mr. Frumkin holds CAI’s Reserve Specialist designation. In addition, the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) named him a Certified Green Professional.

A recognized industry expert, Frumkin is a frequent speaker, writer and committee member on the state and national levels for CAI, NAHB, and many other professional organizations.

Pennsylvania & Delaware Valley Chapter Executive Director Tony Campisi was presented with the Chapter Executive Director of the Year Award. Campisi joined the chapter in 2003 and is now serving in his eleventh year with the organization. Under his leadership, the chapter has seen strong membership and revenue growth and has received 19 national Achievement Awards and 2 overall chapter Excellence Awards since 2005. Campisi has also been a participant at several national CAI conferences as a presenter at chapter leadership training sessions.

“It is truly an honor to be recognized nationally for the accomplishments our chapter has achieved and on a personal level I appreciate the recognition from Community Associations Institute and my colleagues around the nation,” Campisi said. “I’ve had the good fortune to serve for ten years as chapter executive director and every moment has been enriching and rewarding.”

With more than 33,000 members dedicated to building better communities, CAI works in partnership with 61 chapters—including the Pennsylvania & Delaware Valley Chapter—to provide information, education and resources to community associations and the professionals who support them. Our mission is to inspire professionalism, effective leadership and responsible citizenship, ideals reflected in communities that are preferred places to call home. For more information, call 877-608-9777 or visit

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