Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) January 20, 2013
In a strategic move to enhance risk mitigation processes vital to the operational security of multifamily properties, Notivus, the nation’s leading resource for vendor compliance, announced today it has appointed respected multifamily veterans Suzanne Lovelace and Tamela Coval as key executives.
A powerhouse in credentialing management for The Fortune 1000, the United States Department of Defense and the Healthcare Industry, the Notivus multifamily solution has been embraced by both property managers and their vendor partners.
“Suzanne and Tamela are well-known, well-respected leaders within the national multifamily community,” noted David Cook, CEO." I am very proud that these leaders recognized Notivus provides such a significant value to multifamily management they chose to contribute their experience in implementing a broader strategy to the industry.”
Suzanne joins the company as SVP of Business Development and Finance. She is recognized as an accomplished business leader with 25 years dedicated to multifamily verticals, including senior roles with nationally recognized apartment operators such as Equity Residential, Sentinel Real Estate Corp and Kolter Communities. Suzanne has served in numerous capacities including on the Board of Directors for local, state and national industry associations, including Chairman-Elect of the Board of Directors of the National Apartment Association (NAA), and is an active participant with the National Multi-Housing Council (NMHC).
Joining Notivus as SVP, Sales & Marketing was an ideal fit for Tamela, as her career has been dedicated to multifamily academia, sales, marketing, and operations. Her experience with The Worthing Companies, recognized leadership and go-getter mentality led her into senior executive roles with Primedia’s Apartment Guide and NCI’s Apartment Finder. Much of her 32-year career has been dedicated to fostering advocacy between owner-operators and their vendor partners, including serving as Chairman for the National Apartment Association’s (NAA) National Supplier Council. She has also served on committees and education forums for local and national organizations including IREM, NAA, and the Atlanta Committee for the Centennial Olympic Games Private Housing ’96, NAAEI, and GAEIF.
About Notivus: Based in Alpharetta, GA, Notivus delivers innovative vendor compliance solutions to the apartment industry and major corporations. Utilizing proprietary state of the art technology and high touch customer service, Notivus has created an on-line community that revolutionized how property managers and their vendors manage risk & compliance, build relationships and improve commerce. With over 25 years of experience transforming credentialing criteria for the Fortune 1000, the healthcare industry and Homeland Security, Notivus was invited by leaders in the multifamily industry to adapt its technology and expertise to meet the needs of vendors and apartment managers. Receiving rave reviews from vendors and property managers alike, Notivus has become the multifamily industry's answer to credentialing and compliance. For more information, visit http://www.notivus.com or email us at info(at)notivus(dot)com