Association Advocates, Inc. prides itself on a team approach including Shirley Feldmann, providing project oversight, and Angela Falzone, providing property consultation.  Below is a summary of who we are but please feel free to click on the links below for a full explanation of our credentials and why AAI was founded.

Shirley Feldmann, Founder and Project Manager, has over 15 years’ experience running her own television production company providing advertising and communication strategies to retail and broadcast clients nationwide, successfully increasing their bottom line and separating them apart from their competition.  While on the Board of her own condo association, Shirley was strategically instrumental in turning over her investment into a 79% profit within 6 years.  Shirley’s project management and marketing expertise, combined with her more than 10 years experience with condominium associations, will help your association run more efficiently in order to set itself apart in a highly competitive real estate market.  Of course, we can’t guarantee such incredible results today but, given the right tools, your association will run more efficiently and that alone will set you apart from your neighbor across the street! READ MORE

Angela Falzone, Property Consultant, has over 35 years experience in all aspects of real estate development, construction, property management and consultation. Her vast expertise has resulted in aiding hundreds of associations through the comprehensive understanding of their specific documents, the Illinois Condominium Property Act, and the implementation of efficient protocols.  Her ability to explain the many aspects of condo management—both to first time and seasoned boards, as well as developers and managers—has proven to be an invaluable tool in the establishment of cost-effective and professionally managed properties. READ MORE

Both Shirley Feldmann and Angela Falzone are Licensed Community Association Managers through the State of Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation. Per the Community Association Manager's Licensing Act (CAM), anyone wishing to manage in the community association industry must hold this license effective October 1, 2012.

 Together, their attention to detail and level of responsiveness is unmatched in the industry.   They are committed as your advocate to create positive change within an industry requiring more oversight and to help you protect and increase the value of your property investment.

protect your investment and increase your property values