Executive Profiles

Michelle McGlothin, PCAM

Michelle joined CVI in October 1987 early in her professional career. In 1991 after several years of working for CVI on the administrative side of community management, she ventured into the “management” side of the business stepping into the role of Community Manager. Michelle handled a portfolio ranging from four to ten communities over the next twelve years until her promotion to Vice President of CVI in 2003.

In a continuing effort to serve the community management industry, Michelle served on the WMCCAI Publications Committee, responsible for the monthly production of Quorum magazine, from 1994 through 2007, holding the position of Co-Chair of that Committee from 2001 through 2007. She has also authored several articles for Quorum magazine. Michelle was awarded the Rising Star Award from WMCCAI in 1997 and 2002, and the Chapter Appreciation Award in 2003.

Through her pursuit of continuing education through CAI, Michelle has obtained and currently holds the Association Manager Specialist (AMS) designation, the Certified Manager of Community Associations (CMCA) designation, and the Professional Community Association Manager (PCAM) designation. Michelle is proud that CVI holds the Accredited Association Management Company (AAMC) designation.

On January 1, 2014, Michelle took the helm as Owner and President of CVI and continues to lead the entire CVI management team in its mission to provide the highest quality of management service to its clients.

Rick Cummings, CMCA
Vice President

Rick joined CVI in October of 2013 bringing with him a diverse background in property management, contracting, and HVAC. During his tenure as the General Manager for the Waterford Condominiums in Kensington, Maryland, the Association earned the CAI National Association of the Year Award. He has managed multiple major projects and renovations including all association financial and budgeting aspects.

Rick served on the CAI Education Committee from 1998-2001. He has authored several articles for both Quorum and Common Ground magazines. In 2000 he instructed a CAI-sponsored class titled “Managing Major Projects.”

Prior to coming to CVI, Rick owned an award winning mechanical contracting business and a successful home improvement business. His diverse background brings a unique perspective that is well-suited for his role at CVI.

Stephen Bupp, PCAM
Founder (Retired)

Steve Bupp founded CVI (Condominium Venture, Inc.) in 1975. A graduate of the University of Delaware with a Bachelor of Civil Engineering degree, Steve worked with Carl M. Freeman Associates (a builder/developer most known for the Sea Colony, Delaware community) before deciding to start his own community management firm. Steve earned the Professional Community Association Manager (PCAM) designation in 1981, only the second person out of the more than 1,600 managers nationwide currently holding this designation. He also holds the Association Manager Specialist (AMS) designation was a Maryland Real Estate Broker for 35 years.

Demonstrating his commitment to the community association industry, Steve served as National Treasurer, then President-Elect, then President of Community Associations Institute (CAI) from 1997 to 2000, as well as six years as a member of the CAI National Board of Trustees. Steve was the recipient of the following National CAI Awards: Distinguished Service Award (the highest award given by CAI), Outstanding Volunteer of the Year Award, Meritorious Service Award, and Education Award. Steve has been a seminar speaker at many National CAI conferences and local CAI events. He has also been a National Instructor in the Professional Management Development Program since 1983, and was an highly-regarded instructor of the PCAM Case Study class, which is the final step for a manager to earn the PCAM designation.

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Did You Know

Maryland law requires homeowners association and condominium owners to disclose specific information regarding the community and their property upon resale including, but not limited to, all official association documents, covenants and restrictions, a statement of fees and/or assessments of the association, a statement of any outstanding rule violations, and more.