Chief Executive Officer
Joel Just is a community association industry veteran with experience in the fields of finance, real estate and engineering.
Mr. Just acquired Nevada Association Services, Inc. in December 2014.
His other acquisitions include Hampton and Hampton Collections, LLC and ATC Collections, LLC.
Prior to that, Mr. Just served four years as Vice President of Business Development and President at RMI/Red Rock Financial Services.
During his tenure with Red Rock Financial Services, he led the firm’s expansion to more than 2,500 community associations with over 500,000 homes in six states.
He is the former President of Eagle Rock Asset Management, a real estate investment company.
Mr. Just is an accomplished public speaker, addressing CAI National conferences on the topic of debt reduction tactics for homeowner and condominium associations.
Mr. Just, a University of Idaho graduate, is a kidney donor and designer of speech-aids for people with voice cancer and amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS).
In his spare time, he enjoys hiking, sailing, and spending time with his family.
He has been active in the Lions Club and will champion CAMCO’s continued support of homeowners and community outreach initiatives.
Mr. Just counts it a privilege to be the principal for one of Nevada's largest and prestigious management companies.
Ken Mayer, C.P.A.
Chief Financial Officer
Ken serves as the Chief Financial Officer for CAMCO. He has been in the Community Association industry for more than 10 years and worked for Station Casinos, MGM Resorts International, Bally Technologies, Pulte Homes, and the Howard Hughes Corporation.
Ken also holds a degree in Psychology from Loyola Marymount University. In his spare time, you can find Ken enjoying outdoor activities such as biking, hiking, and camping.
Director of Marketing
Prior to joining the CAMCO team, Mary spent ten years as Executive Director of Community Associations Institute Nevada Chapter.
During her tenure she was instrumental in growing the CAI Nevada Chapter membership from 604 members to over 1100 and increased sponsorship revenue by facilitating sold out events.
Mary was the recipient of the CAI National 2010 Rising Star Award. In 2015 she was named Chapter Executive Director of the Year and received the Chapter President’s Award in 2008 and 2011.
Her previous employment includes Focus Property Group, Centex Homes and Mirage Resorts.
After the tragic events of 1 October, Mary founded a movement in honor of the victims #58RandomActsofKindness, which has grown to over 5400 participants worldwide.
She is a past board member of the Nevada Childhood Cancer Foundation. Mary, along with fellow NCCF board members, founded “Camp Cartwheel” a summer camp for children battling cancer.
Mary currently volunteers as a photographer for Sunshine Nevada, Angel Fire Truck, Opportunity Village and various other nonprofits in Las Vegas.
Her passion to give back stems from her belief “To whom much is given much is required.”
Mary is a native New Yorker. She and her family have resided in Southern Nevada for over 25 years.
Christine Greengrass, CMCA, AMS, PCAM
Vice President-Community Management
Christine Greengrass has served the real estate industry for nearly 30 years, managing residential and mixed-used properties and community associations in Nevada, California and Michigan.
Before entering community association management in May of 2001, she thrived for 12 years in multifamily residential management in Michigan and Nevada, attaining the Institute of Real Estate Management’s Accredited Residential Manager designation.
Christine started managing single-family, condominium and mixed-use communities and later coordinated communities for two major Las Vegas Valley homebuilder/developers, KB Home and Pulte Del Webb. She later added experience managing luxury high-rise condominium communities in Nevada and California. She currently maintains a Supervisory Community Association Manager certificate through the Nevada Real Estate Division.
She has achieved the Certified Manager of Community Associations, Association Management Specialist and Professional Community Association Manager designations of Community Associations Institute, the industry’s leading trade group. The institute’s Nevada chapter awarded her 2006 Portfolio Manager of the Year and 2009 High Rise Manager of the Year.
Christine is past president of the Las Vegas High Rise and Condominium Association, a trade group, and supports the Nevada homeowner association community through volunteerism — serving on the CAI Nevada chapter’s Education and Gala committees — and education — teaching CAM pre-licensing courses at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas.
Christine joined the CAMCO team in December 2017. She served as a Regional Director and General Manager of the Portfolio Division before being promoted to Vice President of Community Management.
Division Director - Developer
Samantha Michaels has been a team member of CAMCO since 2009 where she started as an Administrative Assistant on the Portfolio Division. After obtaining her Provisional Community Manager license she moved to the Developer Division where she was inspired to grow and won the 2015 Developer Manager of the Year Award. Samantha is now a Supervising Community Manager, and the recipient of the 2019 Developer Services Supervisor in the Spotlight of the year award. In January of 2020 Samantha was promoted to the Division Director on the Developer Division, claiming that her obsessive-compulsive nature helps to drive her desire for success.
Prior to working at CAMCO, Samantha was a full-time student at UNLV where she obtained a Bachelor’s degree in Communications and Psychology. Samantha is also a graduate of Rapport Leaderships Breakthrough One course, and a graduate of Las Vegas Recovery Centers Peer Recovery Specialist training. Samantha is also a member of the Nevada Association of Community Managers (NACM), the Southern Nevada Homebuilders Association (SNHBA), and Professional Woman in Building (PWB).
Samantha is known in the office as the meal prep guru and is often extending her ear to her fellow team members to share her love for health and fitness. She also loves being a successful woman in a male-dominated industry and looks forward to continuing to nurture her relationships with the best builders in the world as the valley continues to grow
Vice President of Business Development
David brings decades of experience in sales and marketing management. He has a diverse background in the automotive and auto finance industries where he held numerous management positions in major U.S. markets.
David’s experience in the community association industry began in 2010 with Red Rock Financial Services as the Regional Sales Manager in Arizona. He grew the Arizona region into the highest producing in the country. Subsequently, he was offered the position of Vice President of Business Development and given the responsibility of sales growth nationwide.
In February 2015, David joined the Executive team of Nevada Association Services, Inc., the largest collections company for common interest communities in the state of Nevada where he served as Vice President of Business Development. Simultaneously, he held the position of Vice President of Business Development with Eagle Rock Asset Management, a real estate investment company.
He joined the CAMCO team in 2017.
David understands the unique dynamics of common interest communities and is driven to provide complete, personalized and professional service to each of the association clients.
A graduate of Brigham Young University with a degree in Business Management. David enjoys time with his family. He has four children and is expecting his first grandchild.
Vice President-Developer Division
As a United States Navy Veteran, Mozell Williams knows the importance of strong and effective communication. Her role as a Supervising Community Manager combined with her persistent determination; motivation and enthusiasm for success have earned her the 2013 Portfolio Manager of the Year Award.
Mozell takes pride in the endless relationships she has fostered while with CAMCO for over twelve years in the Developer Division. She has become a well-known, reputable name in the industry.
Mozell works exclusively with the industry’s top builders in the Las Vegas Valley.
Her dedication, professionalism and rapport with the builders have resulted in her division’s oversight of over 100 new associations at any given time.
As President of NACM (Nevada Association of Community Managers) for the last four years, she is striving to make the industry better in every way possible for Managers, vendors and Board Members.
In her personal time, Mozell enjoys creating new adventures while traveling with her four children. She is an active volunteer with Nevada Partnership of Homeless Youths, Project 150 and Professional Woman in Building.
Cyndi Koester, CMCA, AMS, PCAM
Division Director - Portfolio
Cyndi Koester joined CAMCO in 2018 as a community manager and within a short amount of time was promoted to regional director. Koester has over 40 years of experience in the homeowner’s association industry (HOA).
She began her career in the HOA industry as a receptionist, then as an assistant controller and later became a manager. Koester ran a management company in Orange County, California, has experience in a trade organization certifying managers and worked in HOA banking for 12 years.
Cyndi has been an active Community Associations Institute (CAI) member for 35 years. She holds multiple CAI certifications including the highest manager certification, Professional Community Association Manager (PCAM).
In addition, she teaches PCAM classes and has been a CAI national faculty member for 15 years.
Cyndi says, “I love making a client happy and see the end result of a project. There is so much time and energy devoted to HOA and I enjoy seeing their satisfaction. The client’s home is their biggest investment.”
She adds there are many HOA rules and regulations and her team is creative to ensure the client is happy to live in a HOA community. Going the extra mile and moments where the client appreciates her team’s work is what keeps her motivated.