October 18, 2019
In January 1985, Paul Mengert dove into the realm of property management, founding Association Management Group (AMG), which serves to meet the community management needs of various properties across the Carolinas. In 31 years, the company has grown to become a leader in its service market. But Mengert’s background includes other roles both in conjunction to his AMG leadership and prior to beginning the business. Before beginning AMG, Paul Mengert was owner of Vintage House from 1984 to 1988. During his time as AMG’s CEO and owner, he also served on the National Faculty of Community Associations Institute, beginning in 1990. Additionally, he started as Director of Piedmont Triad Airport Authority Board in 2012 and continues in that position today.
July 17, 2019
Paul Mengert is the active CEO of Association Management Group and because of this, he is continually expanding his knowledge base in order to perform the tasks he takes on with the utmost excellence. Association Management Group is active in Charlotte and throughout North and South Carolina, but is based out of Paul Mengert’s hometown of Greensboro. The Association Management Group provides a Management Development Program so that students and professionals alike have an opportunity to learn from already successful working managers. Professionals at all levels have completed the course and they recommend it as a way to expand your mind to think more critically in order to facilitate an increase in success within your career.
April 18, 2019
Education is obviously a priority for Paul Mengert, AMG (Association Management Group) chief executive officer. After all, it’s a core concept of the firm, which he himself founded. Of course, if you look at his own background, education was always important. He started his undergraduate studies as a Political Science and Communications major at the University of North Carolina, Greensboro and followed that up in 1990 with a certification as a Professional Community Association Manager (PCAM). In addition to showing homeowners’ associations and their personnel how to be more effective in their approach, Paul Mengert and AMG also fulfill a basic desire of Paul Mengert, to participate in activities designed to make the community better.

Community is very important to Paul Mengert. In that vein, AMG has recently worked on a very successful food drive for Greensboro Urban Ministry, for example. The food gathered was distributed to the hungry throughout Greater Greensboro. It was a great moment for Paul and AMG. It’s why he located the firm there in the first place; to provide support for his native Greensboro.

Paul Mengert, AMG CEO, is happy that more than fifty local companies have sent executives to the Management Development Program, including major corporations like Bank of America, Wells Fargo, Carolina CAT, CC. Dickson Co., Duke Energy, Microsoft, Pfizer, and now Association Management Group. Paul Mengert has been happy to be able to be a part of this valuable program and to learn a few things from it himself. Best of all, the program also provides benefit to local charities. After the expenses of the program are covered, the balance of the proceeds are donated to local non-profits like A Child’s Place, Catherine’s House, Buddy Kemp Caring House, and others, with more than $350,000 being donated thus far.
January 23, 2019
Paul Mengert AMG

When one suggests that education is a major focus for Paul Mengert, AMG founder and current CEO, they are making something of an understatement. After all, AMG is a management company that teaches the personnel who work at homeowners’ associations how to do their jobs better and more efficiently, with a better outcome for they homeowners they serve. Essentially, Paul Mengert’s AMG functions as a shorter version of a Masters of Business Administration (MBA) program. It is no coincidence that the program is modeled after the MBA program at Harvard Business School, since Paul Mengert is an alumnus and many of the program’s classes are indeed taught by the various Harvard Business School alumni who just happen to live in the Greensboro, North Carolina area, including Paul Mengert.

The arrangement has certainly worked out for everyone. Paul Mengert has led AMG to become a highly regarded firm in the homeowners association management industry in the Carolinas and nationwide. In addition, Paul’s success has triggered significant interest in the Greensboro area from companies all over the country. When you look at the record, Paul Mengert, AMG (Association Management Group) CEO, certainly demonstrates a strong commitment to his native community. He purposely chose to locate AMG in the Greater Greensboro area, as a way to augment and also support that community.

Like Paul Mengert, most of the instructors at AMG, like Paul, want to give back to their community, just as Paul himself does. Since he was born and raised in Greensboro, and attended the University of North Carolina in Greensboro as an undergrad, he made a conscious choice to locate both AMG’s headquarters and its campus there, to provide his native community with a solid economic boost.