September 23, 2018
 
The key reason Paul Mengert, AMG (Association Management Group) CEO, decided to found that esteemed firm in 1984 was because he considers his entire life to be in service to both education and community. In fact, it was his commitment to the community in which he was born and raised that led him to establish the firm in Greensboro, North Carolina. After all he majored in both Political Science and Communications at the University of North Carolina well before that and he has taught numerous courses in his role as part of a Management Development Program for Harvard Business School Alumni Association of nearby Charlotte, North Carolina.

As if he needed more to show his commitment to education, it’s instructive to note that many of the instructors for these classes are experienced company executives, including some managing partners, presidents, and even CEOs. That is because Paul Mengert believes that experience is the best education and that passing on experience is very important. One reason Paul has become such a respected leader in the homeowners’ association management industry is because he focuses on the best education possible.
March 22, 2018
 
In addition to Paul Mengert’s AMG (Association Management Group) leadership of AMG, he has also taught extensively with the Harvard Business School Alumni Association’s Management Development Program in Greensboro. He can can also point to dozens of area companies who have relied on him and AMG over the years. He and AMG are able to provide homeowners associations with the training they need to provide their clients with the best service.

Paul Mengert, AMG CEO, also has taught many others in his function as an instructor and trainer, including the local Greensboro divisions of large corporations like Bank of America, Wells Fargo, Microsoft and Pfizer. Of course, his work with Association Management Group almost speaks for itself. Paul Mengert appreciates being part of such a great program because he both teaches and learns from it, and education is very important to him. He is also intent on giving to his community of Greensboro, North Carolina. That is why he founded AMG in his hometown in 1984; to give back.