One key thing that guides Paul Mengert, AMG (Association Management Group) CEO, in his life, is an emphasis on giving back to his community. Mengert founded AMG in 1985 in his Greensboro, North Carolina, hometown because that community had given him so much. By founding his own company, he wanted to provide local jobs and contribute to the local economy.

Mengert also values education and ongoing training as way to offer clients the best service available. After studies at the University of North Carolina in Greensboro he further advanced education by achieving the Professional Community Association Manager (PCAM) designation, an honor in his industry. He also encourages his AMG staff to continue their educations, including through ongoing industry training and certifications.

Taking things to a new level, Mengert was accepted into and completed one of Harvard Business School’s renowned Executive Education programs. The Owner/President Management Program (OPM), which spans two years, examines a broad range of topics to assist executives in strengthening business fundamentals while mastering other leadership strategies.

Combining two of his values, Mengert uses his own education and experience to give back by teaching courses for industry professionals as a member of the national senior faculty for the Community Associations Institute (CAI).

For Paul Mengert, AMG leadership is a huge part of his life, but it’s certainly not all of it. He also volunteers  a significant amount of his personal time in addition to making monetary donations to a number of local, national and international charitable organizations. He also shares his business expertise and knowledge as pilot through his position as Chairman of the Piedmont Triad Airport Authority Board of Directors. Named as acting chairman in April 2020, Mengert previously served as the Treasure of Airport Authority Board, and had been a member since 2012. For more about information about PTI, please visit https://flyfrompti.com/