Besides showing homeowners’ associations and their personnel how to be more effective in their approach, Paul Mengert and AMG (Association Management Group) also feel an obligation to fulfill a basic desire to participate in activities designed to make their community and the communities who send their people to AMG for training a lot better at serving others. So far, more than fifty local companies have sent executives to the Management Development Program. Among the most prominent include such corporations as Bank of America, Carolina CAT, C.C. Dickson Co., Wells Fargo, Duke Energy, Microsoft, Pfizer, and, of course, AMG. Paul Mengert is happy to be a part of this valuable program and to learn a few things from it himself.
It is quite obvious that community is of paramount importance for Paul Mengert. Besides helping the business community, the program also benefits local charities. After expenses, the program more than $350,000 in proceeds has been donated to local non-profits like A Child’s Place, Catherine’s House, Buddy Kemp Caring House, and others.
He has done a lot for Greensboro, North Carolina and the surrounding community. One great example of his largesse is the recent successful food drive for Greensboro Urban Ministry. The food they collected was distributed to the hungry throughout Greater Greensboro. It was a great moment for Paul Mengert and AMG. It is, after all, why he located the firm there in the first place; to provide economic support for his native Greensboro community.
Education is obviously another priority for Paul Mengert. After all, education is a core concept for AMG, and he himself founded the firm. When you look at his own background, education has always been important.