New Covenants Director Hired by Reston Association

Reston Association has hired a new director of covenants administration.

Cameron Adams was previously the covenants manager for the Kingstowne Residential Owners Corp. in Alexandria, where he managed 43 neighborhoods and more than 3,400 homes.

“Cameron brings valuable and highly relevant experience to Reston,” said RA CEO, Hank Lynch. “We believe he is going to raise the bar in terms of member relations and implementation of design policies in conjunction with our internal protocols.”

Here’s more from RA on the hire:

As covenants manager, Adams planned and implemented property inspections, collaborated with the architectural review committee and board of trustees, and managed day-to-day operations. He also worked to recruit and retain committee members as well as assisted with the processing and review of applications for exterior home improvements.

Adams has a Bachelor of Arts degree from Hampden-Sydney College in Hampden, VA. He has several certificates in community and association management. Adams also worked as an assistant community manager at a 55+ active adult community in Fredericksburg, VA.

Recently, RA has been working to improve its covenants administration process. 

Photo via Reston Association

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