Southern Community Services Hails New Employees in Columbia, S.C.
Four new hires bring skill, know-how to the Midlands
Nov. 8, 2017 (Columbia, S.C.) - Southern Community Services (SCS), one of only six AAMC-accredited community association management firms in South Carolina, has hired four new employees in Columbia: Angela Adleman, Justin Lee, Taylor Woegens and Caprice M. Taylor.
“SCS prides itself on meeting the specific needs of each community we serve, and we look forward to the contributions our new employees will make in that effort,” says Ken Tamsin CEO of SCS.
HOA administrator Angela Adleman began her new role in July 2017.
Justin Lee, property manager at The Summit, managed healthcare for 10 years and was a Realtor in Douglas County, Colorado before he joined the SCS team.
Taylor Woegens, community assistant manager, holds a bachelor’s degree from William Paterson University of New Jersey. Now living in Columbia, she brings expertise and dedication to her new position.
Administrative assistant Caprice Taylor has a background in tax administration, customer service and inside sales. Hailing from Newberry, Taylor loves the South Carolina lifestyle and is excited to begin this position in Columbia.
SCS manages the homeowner association boards of nearly 180 communities across the Carolinas, from multi-tiered master-planned communities to small, single family neighborhoods. Learn more about SCS and view staff bios at http://www.trustscs.com.
About Southern Community Services
Founded in 2000, Southern Community Services (SCS) specializes in the management of homeowner associations across the Carolinas, with a longstanding reputation as the leader in its industry. Staffed with accredited professionals who work diligently to accommodate the unique needs of each community, SCS provides turnkey solutions, state-of-the-art technology and decades of association management experience to boards, with senior-level involvement in every aspect of the business. Learn more about SCS at www.trustscs.com.