In December, 1988, Pamela and Richard founded the property management firm, Grier Group Management Company, Inc., which provides a variety of services to community associations to assist the Board in the management of their association. Pamela and Richard are hands-on owners and bring the knowledge, expertise and years of experience necessary to help maximize an association’s income, minimize expenses, and help the Board increase the future value of the real estate investment each owner has made in their individual property.
Pamela directs the firm’s consulting and marketing functions. She brings over twenty-five years of experience in all phases of real estate management, development, and local and state government. Familiar with the many facets of government requirements, including zoning, easements and planning, she has the knowledge necessary to analyze and help solve the many complex issues facing homeowner associations.Previously, as the real estate manager/negotiator for Safeway Store’s mid-Atlantic region, Pam was responsible for new store development in several states and the real estate management of district manager offices and stores. Prior to Safeway, she had handled public relations for the Baltimore County Executive, worked for Grempler Real Estate, and as a legislative assistant in the Maryland General Assembly. Pam, an honor student at Towson State University, holds a Bachelor of Science in Political Science and attended Johns Hopkins University for graduate work in business and management.Pamela is a CERTIFIED PROPERTY MANAGER OF COMMUNITY ASSOCIATIONS (CMCA) by Community Association Institute (CAI). She has also served as Director on the Board of Directors of the Chesterfield Chamber of Commerce and as Governmental Affairs Chairperson.
Richard directs the business and financial management of the firm. With over twenty-five years of successful and practical experience in all aspects of business managment, his expertise brings to the team a well-coordinated, no nonsense approach to property managment. His specialties include cost estimating, budgeting, contract compliance, employee management and accounting. Working with the public and holding corporate, executive level positions, has given him a broad knowledge and experience in human relations, which help to bring a sense of harmony and cooperation to his work with communities.Richard has received the prestigious CERTIFIED PROPERTY MANAGER (CPM) designation from the Institute of Real Estate Management (IREM). The CPM designation is only awarded to real estate managers who have met IREM’s rigid requirements in the areas of education, experience, and commitment to a code of ethics. Richard joins more than 9,000 professional property and asset managers in the United States and Canada that currently hold the CPM designation.Richard is also a licensed Real Estate Broker in Missouri and has been a member of the Community Associations Institute (CAI) since 1989. He holds a Bachelor of Art in Business Administration from the University of Maryland and attended Johns Hopkins University for graduate work in business and management.
Jason joined the family business full-time in 2000. He brings a wealth of leadership and organizational skills to his role as Vice President of Operations. He previously worked for the Mayor of San Francisco as an assistant in the Press Secretary’s office. Jason now handles the coordination of owner requests, work orders and successful completion of contracts with vendors on properties.As a CERTIFIED MANAGER OF COMMUNITY ASSOCIATIONS (CMCA), an ASSOCIATION MANAGEMENT SPECIALIST (AMS), and a member of Community Association Institute (CAI), Jason helps a Board find solutions to their various questions and concerns. Previously, as a student at the University of Utah, Jason participated in the National Outdoor Leadership School. He received a Bachelor of Art in Political Science from Principia College.Jason and his wife, Janna, live in Lake St. Louis, where Jason is a member of the Lake St. Louis Chamber of Commerce. He continues to contribute to his community by helping to coach a local high school junior varsity football team.