Pennsylvania Apartment Association Hires Carol Christner as CEO

Pennsylvania Apartment Association Hires Carol Christner as CEO

PAA CEO Carol Christner

Washington D.C. (July 5, 2021) – The Pennsylvania Apartment Association (PAA) recently completed a national search for their new CEO. Carol Christner has been selected for the role. Christner holds over 20 years of experience as an executive leader.

Christner joins PAA from her most recent role as the National Director, Corporate Relations for the Hematology and Oncology Society Services (HOSS). Christner received her Master of Science in Administration from Central Michigan University. In 2005. She is an ASAE Certified Association Executive.

About PAA

PAA’s mission is to serve the Pennsylvania apartment industry as the trusted, preeminent resource for all stakeholders and partners through advocacy, education, and collaboration.

PAA supports its management company members with a range of professional development and educational programs. The Association hosts a number of annual events, trade shows, networking opportunities, and socials that help members develop connections that help advance their businesses. PAA also advocates on behalf of its members at both the local and state levels.

For its supplier members, PAA offers sponsorship options, networking events, and other opportunities that enable them to connect with PAA management company members.

About Sterling Martin Associates

Sterling Martin Associates (SMA) is a national executive search firm founded in 2006 by CEO and Managing Partner, David Martin. SMA specializes in working with associations and nonprofit organizations on senior-level executive searches. With five office locations in Washington, DC, Chicago, Portland, New York, and California, SMA offers national reach and scope while providing superior quality of service in a cost-effective manner. Our partners and consultants bring association, nonprofit and for-profit management experience to each of our client engagements. Our team also serves as volunteers for a wide range of nonprofit governing boards.