Contributors

Dawn M. Bauman, CAE

Dawn M. Bauman, CAE

Sr. Vice President, Government & Public Affairs

As CAI’s lead advocate for federal and state legislative and regulatory affairs, Bauman works with hundreds of volunteer leaders throughout the country serving on CAI legislative action committees and CAI government affairs committees to advocate for strong and sensible public policy for America’s community associations.

Bauman has been with the Community Associations Institute since 1996 holding the following positions:

  • SVP, Government Affairs
  • Executive director of the Community Association Manager International Certification Board (CAM-ICB)
  • SVP, Membership and Chapter Development
  • Executive vice president of the CAI Washington Metropolitan Chapter, CAI’s largest chapter in the nation
  • Executive director of the CAI Central Arizona Chapter in Phoenix, Arizona

Bauman has dedicated her career to the practice of non-profit management and advocacy has more than 20 years of experience with non-profit organizations and associations. She began her career with the American Cancer Society and has since served as executive director for The ALS Association (Lou Gehrig’s Disease) Valley of the Sun, Phoenix Committee on Foreign Relations, National Society of Fund Raising Executives and Arizona Association of Defense Counsel.

Bauman holds a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration and has earned the prestigious Certified Association Executive (CAE) designation.

C. Scott Canady

C. Scott Canady

Principal, Tambala Strategy

Canady’s 13 year record of public service includes experience gained in the U.S. House of Representatives and in the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.

In Congress, Canady served as chief policy and political aide to a senior member of the House Financial Services Committee, working to reform the National Flood Insurance Program and improve the regulation of housing finance giants Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.

Following his time in the Congress, Canady was appointed Deputy Assistant Secretary for Legislative Affairs at the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. Canady served as a key legislative liaison with members of the House Financial Services Committee and the Senate Banking Committee.

In 2009, Canady began his partnership with Community Associations Institute by launching Tambala Strategy. Through this partnership, Scott has worked with CAI’s members and leadership team to advance the views of common interest communities on a variety of issues including federal condominium standards, federal disaster assistance for community associations, and community association lien priority.

Canady is a graduate Louisiana State University where he earned a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and History.

Matthew Green

Matthew Green

Director, State Affairs

Green started with CAI’s Government and Public Affairs Department in January of 2010, and has worked in state government affairs for over 10 years. As director of its state affairs program, Green coordinates the advocacy activity of CAI’s state legislative action committees and grassroots outreach, as well as tracking legislation, conducting research, and identifying trends. He also serves as the liaison to the Law Seminar Planning Committee and Designation Ethics Committee. Prior to joining CAI, Green worked for a state government relations firm on behalf of a wide range of corporations, trade associations, advocacy coalitions, and non-profit clients. Prior to that Green worked in the Maryland General Assembly. Green lives in Falls Church, Virginia, with his wife, Allison, and English Bull Dog, Hugo.

Phoebe E. Neseth, Esq.

Phoebe E. Neseth, Esq.

Manager of Government Affairs

Neseth serves as Manager of Government Affairs and joined Community Associations Institute following law school. During and after law school, she worked as a Legislative Consultant with a law firm in Maryland, supporting several trade associations and working with the Maryland General Assembly. As manager of its government affairs program, Neseth supports key state legislative action committees, identifying key issues and trends. She is also the staff lead for developing, managing, and coordinating grassroots advocacy efforts for the Institute.

Neseth holds a Bachelor of Science in Legal Studies from the Pennsylvania State University and earned her Juris Doctorate from the University of Baltimore School of Law. She is a licensed attorney in the state of Maryland.

Megan L. Newman

Megan L. Newman

Government Affairs Analyst

Newman serves as Community Associations Institute’s Government & Public Affairs Analyst and is responsible for the Government & Public Affairs Team’s communications. Newman joined CAI in 2015 after graduating from Shenandoah University with degrees in mass. communications and psychology. Newman has had a passion for advocacy, and encouraging others to get involved with their elected officials since becoming a volunteer advocate with the Alzheimer’s Association where she also serves on the National Capital Area Junior Board of Directors.

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