Property Professionals Pictures and Bios
I first started in the Multifamily Industry on the ILS side with Apartments.com then ForRent.com. From there I went to the Property Management side and began leasing/sales with Village Green. While at Village Green, I worked my way up to Senior Sales Manager. With City Club Apartments I transitioned to Operations as a Property Manager. For the past two and a half I have been with Dominion Realty Services as the Community Manager at Stratford Place Apartments at Brownstown. I previously was on the Board of Directors with the DMAA and worked to kickstart the Next Generation Committee back in 2017. Since being back on the Board this past year, I have enjoyed seeing the growth not only in our numbers, but membership involvement! Now that dust is settling and we are getting back to our new normal, I hope to be apart of the Board of Directors to help continue to grow membership, engage current members, and work to make the DMAA a great organization to be apart of.
With over 15 years in property management, I am a Regional Manager for Continental Management. I am a Board of Director for the DMAA and serves on the Membership and Next Gen committee. I received my bachelor’s degree from Wayne State University; I also have a real estate license and several designations (ARM, CPM, CAM, COS, CAMT). I love the DMAA and working in property management. I look forward to the continued growth and success of our industry.
My name is Kris Buboltz (pronounced; Boobaltz) □ I am the Property Manager at Sterling Commons Apartments/Lombardo Property Management. I have been in the industry for about 6 years. I was in the medical field previously and a sweet friend from High School told me about the Multifamily Industry. She said I would love it! 6 years later I have been in a few different roles with 3 companies and I am thrilled to be in a leadership role and I am excited about what I can do and where this industry might take me! I am learning to love budget season, planning the next wonderful thing for our community and keeping residents and the owner happy! On my off time; I am married, for almost a year, to the best man I have ever known. 2 grown kids between us. I have an identical twin sister, a younger brother and a huge support system of friends and family. I am also an amateur gold prospector and pretty good at panning for gold. It’s so fun! I have found gold all over Michigan and once even in Ohio.
My name is Corinne Russo. I am from Grand Rapids, MI, and moved to Metro Detroit in 2014. I have been in the property management industry and with Village Green Management for 8.5 years. I started at the property level as a manager-in-training and then as a sales consultant. I came to work in the corporate office in 2016 as an administrator. I also currently serve as the nexgen vice chair at the DMAA. "I'm really excited to collaborate and learn more about the industry!"
Rochelle has been in the multi family industry for seven years, starting her career with CF Real Estate Services as a Leasing Consultant. She quickly moved up the chain from Property Manager to Multisite Manager in just a couple years. Now, as a Property Manager with Essential Property Management, she oversees close to 300 units in a brand-new community in Troy MI. Rochelle is active in the Communications Committee and participated in most DMAA events. She is dedicated to growing the DMAA, and that starts right at her community where she encourages each and every employee to be involved in some way. After serving her first term in 2021/2022, she is excited to have the chance to serve on the Board of Directors once again. She hopes to learn and grow with the DMAA over the next term.
Andrew Addy is a Strategic Account Executing at Zumper with 2+ years of industry experience and 10+ years of advertising experience. Andrew is dedicated to providing innovative marketing solutions to his Multifamily clients and does so with the highest level of honesty, integrity and care. Andrew serves on the Supplier Council and Nextgen Committee for the DMAA and his contributions to the industry continue to expand every day.
Company – 360 Fire & Flood Position – Vice President – Sales & Marketing Years in Industry – 17 Years Activity/service in Associations – Current Board Member, NextGen Committee, & Business Partner A short statement on why you would be a good fit for the DMAA. – After about 12 years of involvement with the DMAA and serving on the 2021/2022 board of directors, I would like to continue giving back to the association by volunteering my time on the board. My first term on the board went by so quickly. I want to utilize what I have learned during the first term in the upcoming years. Besides what I have learned, I am also a good fit for a board position because I always keep the best interest of all association members and have an open mind to fresh new ideas.
Sandy Borg, Rent. – Sandy Borg has been involved with the multi-family industry for over 20 years and currently is a Sales Executive at Rent. Sandy is passionate about the multi-family industry and apartment associations. She currently is Vice-Chair DMAA Special Events Committee and serves on the DMAA Business Supplier Council and PMAM Lyceum Committee. Sandy has been consistently involved with local, state and national apartment associations with participation in education, events, committees, boards and legislative initiatives. She is a winner of Prism and Glastar Supplier of Person of the Year and President Club for Rent. Sandy is truly an advocate for the industry and the importance of a strong cohesive relationship between vendors and property professionals. Using her company’s emphasis on diversity and inclusion, Sandy is looking to bring that focus to all aspects of her participation in the association. Everyone has a voice and deserves be heard – she’s looking to hear yours!
I am Mike Kovalesky, Sales Executive for A.L.L./ Lakeside Laundry Service, a supplier partner with the Detroit Metropolitan Apartment Association (DMAA). I am truly honored to be considered for the DMAA Board of Directors. I have 16 years of experience working with Apartment Associations in different capacities. Currently, I am Vice Chair of our Supplier Council where we actively promote opportunities for our supplier members to be more visible in the DMAA Community. I have also participated in the DMAA Membership Committee, was elected to the Property Management Association of Michigan (PMAM) Board of Directors, PAC Committee Chair, and a member of the GLAStar Committee. My efforts to support our members were recognized twice as the recipient of the DMAA and PMAM Chapter President’s Awards. My experiences and efforts will only help the DMAA as our Association continues to grow!
I entered the restoration field in 2019, with zero experience or connections. To be honest, I didn’t even really understand what restoration was, fully. I had been a nanny since I was 20. After having my Son in 2018, I wanted a new challenge in my professional life. With a little luck, I fell into a field that I grew to love. A few months into my new position, I joined the DMAA. It took a few months for me to really understand what the DMAA was all about and the benefits of being a member. I slowly started to attend events (even if I was hiding in the corner - observing). Once I joined a committee, I really fell in love with the DMAA. Since then, I have joined a number of committees State-wide, as well as stepping into the role of Chairperson for the Membership Committee. I would love to sit on the BOD to not only grow in my own profession but to advocate the best I can for the multifamily industry in Michigan. I Feel such a sense of camaraderie and belonging within the DMAA, and seeing it grow bigger and better every year is a pretty cool thing. I want to be as involved as possible to make the DMAA the best organization it can be.