Leadership Lyceum

2020 AAA Leadership Lyceum

The Austin Apartment Association (AAA) Leadership Lyceum program works to identify and develop a well-formed and highly motivated group of emerging multifamily housing leaders, from within the Austin membership. Additionally, AAA Leadership Lyceum supports the development of individuals with a broad-based vision and strong commitment to the mission and strategic objectives of AAA.

While in this program, participants have the honor of meeting some amazing guest speakers, network with fellow up-and-coming leaders, and grow their knowledge on Advocacy, Association Management, Community Service, Leadership, and much more.

The program features three class days in the first quarter of each year, in addition to a networking activity prior to the first class, and one group community outreach activity. 


AAA Leadership Lyceum Class of 2020

Sarah Aldridge CAM
Greystar

Danielle Archuleta
Fetch Package

Yahaira Barrios CAM, CAPS
Foundation Communities

Brittney Harris
Pinnacle

Joseph Menchaca
Alliance

Taryn Merrill
Greystar

Joshua Nichols
Contractors Inc

Carrie Thomes
Rasa Floors

Lila Wilds, CAM, CAPS
Foundation Communities


Candidate Requirements

Any AAA member who is interested in taking part in the Lyceum, and meets the following criteria, may submit an application for the 2021 AAA Lyceum, beginning January of 2021.  

  • Industry member candidate: must be a manager role or above, or a regional maintenance supervisor at a AAA owner or management company.

  • Supplier member candidate: an individual with at least three years of active involvement with AAA, with an AAA supplier member company.‚Äč

Questions?  Contact Emily Blair, Executive Vice President at emily@austinaptassoc.com

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