Meet Our Team
From the pertinent community management background facts to the strange personality traits, we share bits and pieces of what makes Team Aperion unique and hope you'll take a moment to get to know us.
Katie Anderson, PCAM, AMS, CMCA
• I have a fierce addiction to solving complex community issues;
• belong to the Alliance of Community Association Managers (ACAM) Board;
• have been known to start (and finish) a Nerf battle;
• serve on the legislative and advocacy committee for the Bend Chamber;
• am always open to employee input and willing to change perspective;
• love to travel and make a wicked cupcake;
• and serve on Heart of Oregon Corps – helping train tomorrow’s workforce.
Bill Anderson, CMCA
• I develop and maintain several association websites with services such as
online bill pay, direct debit and lockbox;
• promote flexible work schedules by providing tools for remote of fices;
• look forward to the day when accounting is cool again;
• like to promote Aperion, especially at events in the wider community;
• hate weekend meetings;
• and I love the Simpsons more than you.
Catherine Smith, PCAM, AMS, CMCA
• I have well established relationships with Central Oregon builders, architects and realtors;
• serve as President of the Central Oregon Chapter of the Community Association Institute;
• make the best Baklava outside of Greece;
• have extensive knowledge of the design and construction review process;
• ensure community managers never feel overwhelmed;
• and I love to swim with my grandchildren.
• “Always lead by example, always lead with a smile.”
Senior community manager
• I received my Certified Manager of Community Associations (CMCA) in a little over 2 years;
• search for communities with a passion to make their neighborhoods better;
• serve with Heart of Oregon Corps;
• and create music playlists for the office (and for dolphins).
• I have 19 years of banking, and 8 years of community management experience;
• promote positive approaches to the challenges that communities encounter;
• continue to take advantage of the varied training opportunities Aperion provides
• and like to be a “compassionate general”.
• It turns out that the best way to manage a neighborhood is to promote and
facilitate neighborly-ness. That may not be a word, but it’s a solid philosophy!
• Love and support starts with my Aperion teammates and flows into everything
I do for our clientele.
• I actively pursue the Macarena. Just sayin.
Chris Bellardi, CMCA
Ruth Germer, CMCA