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CAI Western New York

The Western New York Chapter of the Community Associations Institute is one of 60 CAI chapters.  The chapter administers a variety of programs and services including professional development seminars, community association board member education, networking opportunities, educational publications and online resources to meet the needs of our members.
When you become a member of CAI, you automatically become a member of CAI WNY, and while the chapter provides a wealth of member benefits, your member benefits include everything our national organization has to offer as well.
What is CAI?
Who Does CAI Represent?

Community Associations Institute is a national, nonprofit 501 © (6) association created in 1973 to provide education and resources to America’s 231,000 residential condominium, cooperative, and homeowner associations and related professionals and service providers. The Institute is dedicated to fostering vibrant, responsive, competent community associations that promote harmony, community, and responsible leadership.


CAI is a multidisciplinary alliance serving all stakeholders in community associations. CAI  members include board members from condominium, co-ops and homeowner associations, industry professionals such as attorneys, accountants, reserve specialists, and other providers of professional products and services for community associations. CAI has more than 40,000 members in 56 chapters throughout the U.S. and in several foreign countries. The national office is located in Alexandria, Virginia.

How Does CAI Serve Its Members?

CAI advances excellence through seminars, workshops, conferences, and education programs, some of which lead to professional designations. CAI publishes the largest collection of resources available on community associations, including books, guides, Common Ground magazine, and seven specialized newsletters on community association finance, law, and management.


CAI advocates community association interests before legislatures, regulatory bodies, and the courts. CAI conducts research and acts as a clearinghouse for information, innovations, and best practices in community association governance and management. CAI provides networking and referral opportunities through both the national office and local chapters, CAI-sponsored insurance programs for directors and officers and discounts on products.

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2024 CAI WNY Board of Directors

The WNY-CAI is governed and its policies are executed by a Board of Directors. All officers are members of CAI and CAI WNY . The Chapter has engaged Angela Ramage-Wolf as the part time paid Executive Director as an independent contractor to manage the day-to-day operations.



Marc Schneider, Esq.

Schneider Buchell, LLP

666 Old Country Road, Suite 412
Garden City, NY 11530

Phone: 716.400.0617


Anita SmithKenrick Corporation

3495 Winton Pl D-4

Rochester, NY 14623



Lisa Mazur

Fairwood Management

5586 Main Street, Suite 102

Williamsville, NY 14221

Phone: 716.656.9700 x 10

Jean Kough
Quail Hollow HOA
6053 Quaker Hollow Rd Apt 4
Orchard Park, NY  14127-1870




Corey Auerbach, Esq.

Barclay Damon, LL

9276 Main St, Ste 3

Clarence, NY 14031

P: 716.858.3801

Ronald Bucelli


Oakbrook Condominium Board

75 East Oakbrook Drive

Williamsville, NY 14221




Steve Grimaldi


John J. Grimaldi & Associates


137 Summer Street
Buffalo, NY 14222


Ronald Shubert, Esq.

Phillips Lytle, LLP

One Canalside
125 Main Street
Buffalo, NY 14203-2887
P: 716.847.8400

Mark Wheten

404 Eastbrooke Lane

Rochester, NY 14618

Phone: 585.694.7622

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