Mary Faith Radcliffe, CPM, AMS, named Education Committee Chair for IREM, NJ, 2011
As of January 1, 2011 Mary Faith Radcliffe, Principal of RCP Management Company located in Princeton, NJ has been selected as the Education Committee Chair for The Institute of Real Estate Management (IREM) of New Jersey. Ms. Radcliffe is an active executive committee member and serves on the IREM National Ethics Committee and the IREM International Ethics Hearing and Discipline Board. She earned the prestigious Certified Property Manager (CPM) designation from IREM in 2004. She was the 2008 President for IREM New Jersey Chapter #1 and was awarded the distinction of 2004 Certified Property Manager Candidate of the Year and the 2007 and 2009 IREM President’s Key Award.
Ms. Radcliffe is the Principal of RCP Management Company located in Princeton, NJ. Her career with RCP began in 1990 as a property manager. She advanced to Regional Manager, Director of Special Projects and Senior Vice President prior to purchasing RCP Management Company in January 2003.
Ms. Radcliffe has been managing real estate since 1979. Her early work was in Cooperative financial management in New York City, where she achieved the position of Controller. While living in New York, she served for five years on the Board of Directors for her own Cooperative and was active in the Real Estate Board of New York. She moved to New Jersey in 1987.
After moving to New Jersey, Ms. Radcliffe served as Treasurer for three years on the Board of her own community association. In addition to earning the CPM designation from IREM, she was awarded the Association Management Specialist (AMS) designation by CAI in 1995. Ms. Radcliffe has been active in both CAI and IREM for the past nineteen years. She also currently serves as Chairperson of the Legislative Action Committee of CAI and on the Board of CA-PAC. Ms. Radcliffe continues to author articles for several industry publications.
Ms. Radcliffe has a Bachelor of Science Degree from Rutgers University. She has worked with Habitat for Humanity; spent time with the Presbyterian Disaster Relief in Mississippi after Hurricane Katrina; worked as a den leader with local Cub Scout troops, and has volunteered for several regional organizations including her community orchestra.