Rowland is New OVA General Manager

Kimberly Rowland, who has extensive experience operating homeowner associations, was named general manager of the Oakmont Village Association effective March 22.

       Introduced at the March 16 virtual board meeting, she said she is “very enthusiastic” about the new position, wants to “hit the ground running” and “looks forward to diving in.” She added that she welcomes emails.

       Rowland succeeds Kevin Hubred, who left last Aug. 5 to relocate to Sacramento. He became OVA general manager in January, 2018. The search for his successor was delayed by Covid-19 restrictions.

       Board President Tom Kendrick said “Kimberly is professional, calm and will contribute significantly moving OVA out of the pandemic and into the future.”

       Rowland is relocating from Vail, Colorado, returning to the Bay area where she lived for 20 years. She is a graduate of the University of San Francisco. In addition to her experience with HOAs, she was CEO of a large association management company. Her extensive financial background includes working for Kidder Peabody in San Francisco.

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