Brandon Cutwright, CAM
Silvestri Real Estate
Brandon is the President of Multi-Family sales for Silvestri Real Estate and is a specialist of real estate analytics and operations. Brandon has been involved in the successful closing of over 5,000 units while at Silvestri Real Estate. He is also the co-owner of Sonder Communities which owns and manages assets in the Lexington market. The GLAA has helped me grow leaps in bounds in my career. My involvement has not only increased my knowledge of the apartment industry, but it has also been a major factor in my 3 promotions in the past 5 years. The networking, community outreach, and education opportunities make the GLAA beneficial to any apartment professional.
Martha Dryden, CAPS
Martha Dryden, CAPS, HCCP, C3P, serves as the Director of Property Management for AU Management. She has been with AU for over 16 years working first on the Development Team before helping form and lead the Property Management Team in 2012. Martha is responsible for overseeing AU’s portfolio of 30 properties in Kentucky and West Virginia including the property management and maintenance staff, daily operations and all property compliance. Martha was the 2017 recipient of the GLAA Multi-site Property Supervisor of the Year and the 2018 recipient of the GLAA Dottie Stinnett Distinguished Service Award. Martha has served on the GLAA Board of Directors since 2016 and is chairing the Legislative Committee for the second year.
Robert Jones, CAM
Silvestri Real Estate
Robert Jones, CAM is the VP of Multi-Family Sales as Silvestri Real Estate where his primary focus is sourcing off-market opportunities and managing the transaction process from start to finish. Robert has been serving on the Board of Directors since 2016 and has previously served on the Manager’s Key Council as well as the Legislative and Outreach Committee’s. Prior to his time with Silvestri Real Estate, Robert successfully managed assets ranging from stable communities with MAA to executing the lease up of a new development for Vita Property Management Group.
Shayne Martin, CAPS
Immediate Past President
Shayne has enjoyed a 30+ year career in the multifamily industry which has afforded her the opportunity to gain experience in all facets of property operations including renovations, lease ups, community dispositions and acquisitions. She currently oversees operations of 1770 units and 46 employees in Kentucky and Ohio. Shayne is very active in the apartment industry both on the national and local level. She holds the Certified Apartment Property Supervisor designation from the National Apartment Association and serves as Immediate Past President of her local affiliate.
Mary Beth Baker, CAS
I have been an active member of GLAA for over 20 years. During this time I've gone from being an inexperienced leasing consultant who did not know anything about the GLAA to an active member serving on the board of directors. As I worked my way up the ladder, first on the property side and then the vendor side, GLAA was there every step of the way. I took advantage of the classes GLAA offers and earned my CAM and CAS designations. I also became faculty with NAA Education Institute. I have served on or chaired every committee and council except for the legislative committee. That's the best part of GLAA...I am not interested in being on that committee, but someone else is. There is something for everyone. I have found my passion in education. I enjoy teaching classes and seminars and I enjoy learning from others by attending classes. GLAA has given me the opportunity to not only grow my business and develop professionally but to also make life long friends. These friends know that I like to laugh and goof around. GLAA has opportunities for that too! I love the events where I can network, meet new people, and hang out with my colleagues and friends.
Micah graduated from the University of Kentucky College of Business with a double major in Marketing & Management. Micah began his career in property management for the apartment industry. In 2012, after spending two years as the Assistant Director for the Greater Lexington Apartment Association, Micah founded Grey Vector, LLC and Market My Apartments, LLC. Micah is been an active member of the Greater Lexington Apartment Association, serving on the Associate Council and Board of Directors. Micah and his wife Johnna Forman live in Lexington where they attend Southland Christian Church. Micah is a small group leader for the student ministry and the Forman’s host a weekly bible study group in their home.
Danielle Porche, CAM
PRG Real Estate
I think we are very lucky in Lexington to have an organization like the GLAA. GLAA has provided me with incredible opportunities, including earning the CAM certification with my peers through the NAA. I have attended countless education seminars, and the experiences have made me more confident and qualified in my position. As a property management professional, you also cannot underestimate the value of access to proven and qualified vendors. As an added benefit to owners and managers, GLAA provides fantastic opportunities for team-building, employee engagement, networking and volunteerism. There really is something for everyone in the industry!
Megan Mondelli, CAM
Chelsey started in the apartment industry 8 years ago with MAA as a leasing consultant and has served on several committees within the apartment association. As a property manager, the GLAA has been instrumental in providing networking and support throughout my career. The relationships that you are able to develop is above reproach. I am so grateful to be a part of this association and to see all of the places that it goes!
Rector Hayden Realtors
I joined the GLAA in 1986. I spent the first 25 years as a regular member. I started in property management. I am now an associate member as a real estate agent with Rector Hayden.
After graduating from the University of Kentucky with a BA in Psychology, I began my career in the multifamily industry. Since that time, I have enjoyed the multitude of benefits that come with GLAA membership. The valuable education and networking opportunities continue to be immeasurable and help me be a better, more prepared representative for my company. During my time as a GLAA member, I have served on the Education and Membership Committees and am the current chairperson of the Awards Committee. I am also looking forward to serving my first 3 year term as a member on the Board of Directors. Any association is only as strong as its membership and I consider myself incredibly fortunate to be a member of the Greater Lexington Apartment Association.
Stephen Marshall , Attorney
Sherrow, Marshall, Sutherland PSC.
David Smith / CPA
Dean Dorton Allen Ford, PLLC
The GLAA, and my service on the Board of Directors for many years, has given me the opportunity to meet and interact with many in the multi-housing community and those vendors who work with them. This has provided me, as a business advisor, many resources to learn and to assist my clients in this industry. Also, the GLAA provides many opportunities to serve and learn about the multi-housing community and the communities in which we live.
John Cole, CPM
Cole and Associates
Donna Seaborn, CAM, CAS
John P. Schrader, Attorney
Sherrow, Sutherland & Associates, PSC.