Paul Mengert and AMG Make Business and Community Associations Stronger

December 28, 2018
Paul Mengert primarily serves as the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Association Management Group (AMG), a firm he founded back in 1984 in his hometown of Greensboro, North Carolina. The primary career focus for Paul Mengert is on education, so that everyone can be the best they can be. AMG is a management company, but quite often, it functions as a major training program.

Paul Mengert seems to have been inspired by his own education. He majored in Political Science and Communications at the University of North Carolina. That said, he likes to think of himself as more than a CEO of a management company. He is, after all rectified as a Professional Community Association Manager (PCAM) and he is a graduate of Harvard Business School. Not only that, but he has also served on the national senior faculty for the Community Associations Institute. Paul founded AMG in Greensboro is because he believes in giving back to the community. He has become a highly respected real estate and business leader in his hometown of Greensboro. Paul Mengert firmly believes that giving back to the community is among the best things anyone can do.

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In addition to their main mission of showing homeowners’ associations and their personnel how to be more effective in their approach to their job and the homeowners who depend on them, Paul Mengert’s AMG also participate in activities intended to make the community better. The fact is, giving back to the community is very important to Paul Mengert. AMG has recently worked on a very successful food drive for Greensboro Urban Ministry, with the food gathered being distributed to the hungry throughout Greater Greensboro.

That food distribution was a great moment for Paul Mengert and AMG. After all, it is why he located the firm there in the first place; to provide support for his native Greensboro. Of course, he and the company support the community in many other ways. In recent years, more than fifty local companies have sent executives to a Management Development Program that Paul developed, along with other graduates of Harvard Business School who just happen to live in the area. That included executives from major corporations like Bank of America, CC. Dickson Co., Duke Energy, Microsoft, Pfizer, and now AMG (Association Management Group).