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Mr. Doug Christison

Wrong Doug Christison?

Chief Executive Officer

Phone: (925) ***-****  
Email: d***@***.com
Local Address:  Pleasanton , California , United States
Christison Company
3090 Independence Drive Suite 100
Livermore , California 94551
United States

Company Description: Christison Company is a full service CID (Common Interest Development) management and consulting firm. Our central office in Livermore, California has four in-house...   more

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California Association of Community Managers | Welcome, 23 June 2013 [cached]
Doug Christison
Doug Christison, CCAM, PCAM Christison Company
0-Christison Company - The Christison Story, 9 Feb 2007 [cached]
Christison Company was founded by Douglas B. Christison in January 1981 to continue providing services to common interest residential homeowners associations and builders.Prior to establishing the Christison Company, Mr. Christison had been a key individual in the consumer interests of this industry.He was one of the original founders of the Executive Council of Home Owners a organization established in 1973 by volunteer unpaid directors of homeowners association.Mr. Christison was elected as ECHO's first President and first Executive Director.In 1976 Mr. Christison was appointed by Governor Jerry Brown's administration to serve on the Department of Real Estate's Subdivision Advisory Committee.
In addition to ECHO and the Department of Real Estate participation he has served as a co-founder of the San Francisco Bay Area Chapter of the Community Association Institute (SF-CAI), the California Legislative Action Committee (CLAC) of the Community Associations Institute, and the California Association of Community Managers (CACM).In his capacity with these organizations he continues to participate and has participated as State Chair of CLAC, President of SF-CAI, Chief Financial Officer of CACM, National Director of Community Associations Institute and a trustee of the Community Association Research Foundation.
The Christison Company has made many of the basic contributions to the science of management of Community Associations and has participated in the formation of public policy and administrative regulations.
Christison has participated through CAI with National and International groups from Mexico, Australia, China, South Africa, United Kingdom, and Canada.
Christison Company | Builder & Developer Services| Association Management, 5 Oct 2014 [cached]
Christison Company Founder and President Doug Christison prepared the industries first Budget Preparation Guide for Condominium Associations in 1973 and worked with the California Department of Real Estate as a member of the Department's Subdivision Advisory Committee to establish many of the Commissioner's guidelines, which affect Common Interest Developments.
Board of Directors, 23 Aug 2012 [cached]
Doug Christison, CCAM, PCAM Christison Company
The manager who triggered the debate ..., 18 July 2014 [cached]
The manager who triggered the debate is Doug Christison, an industry veteran and president of the Christison Co., a community association management company in Pleasanton, Calif.
He starts by explaining the difference between administration and management of an association. "Those two words get mixed up often," claims Christison, who says the board is the association's administrator, and it hires a manager to handle the day-to-day management of the association. "The primary role of the board isn't the management of the association per se. It's not the day-to-day actions. It's for the oversight of people who are assigned or accountable by either some sort of a contract or agreement to do those actions."
With that in mind, can an individual director act outside of the board? "The answer is yes, if the board says so," contends Christison. "The board can do pretty much what it sets up its rules to do. It's a written exercise, and that language becomes the guidance for the management to take and run with.
"That often becomes where the problems arise because without an individual charter or authority somewhere written down, individuals tend to expand their scope of authority beyond what the other members intended," says Christison.
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