Paul Mengert is the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Association Management Group. This is a company that handles Community Association management professionally in North and South Carolina. Mengert was the founder of the company, which was founded in 1984. Paul Mengert was raised in Greensboro, where one of the offices of Association Management Group can now be found.
Paul Mengert attended school at the University of North Carolina, Greensboro, and graduated in 1984, the same year he would go on to found Association Management Group. He majored in Political Science and Communications. In 2005, he graduated from the Harvard Business School. Mengert obtained his Professional Community Association Manager (PCAM) certification in 1990, which helped to further prepare him for that industry.
Paul Mengert has served on the national senior faculty for the Community Associations Institute. In 1995, he was the President of the Carolina's Chapter of the Community Associations Institute. Paul Mengert has taught classes concerning homeowner's associations, too, and his classes have been approved as continuing education credits by the North Carolina Board of Realtors, South Carolina Department of Real Estate, the California Department of Real Estate, the Florida Bureau of Condominiums, the Nevada Department of Real Estate, and the Georgia Department of Real Estate. He is considered an expert in his field due to his work with Association Management Group.
In the second term of President Bill Clinton, Paul Mengert was tapped as a USAID housing sector advisor to the countries of Kyrgyzstan and Kazakhstan. He was able to develop strategies for privatizing government housing and forming thousands of new homeowner's associations in both countries. The home owner's associations that were created in those countries helped to give local residents more control over the housing options in their communities—a central goal for Paul Mengert.