California
Inland Empire/Coachella Valley Staff

Kevin Leonard, RS
President
kleonard@reservestudy.com

SEAL KLeonard294Kevin joined Association Reserves, Inc. in 2013 after graduating from California Lutheran University with a BS in Business Administration. He has since worked with a wide range of community associations nationwide. His experience includes condominiums and homeowners’ associations ranging from 4 unit condos to 1,000+ unit PUDs. For his expertise, Kevin earned the Community Association Institute’s (CAI) Reserve Specialist (RS) designation and has the distinction of being RS #294. He enjoys the demands of this job which require him to think critically through situations as well as to communicate clearly with clients, in order to bring clarity to Reserve planning and disclosure. In his free time you can find Kevin on the golf course, at the gym, or rooting for the Dodgers.

 

RETIRED

Jim Nash, RS
Senior Project Manager
1989-2013

Jim Nash was the Director of Operations for the Corporate office from 1989 to 2009. For his expertise, Jim earned the Community Association Institute’s (CAI) Reserve Specialist (RS) designation and has the distinction of being RS #53. In 2009, Jim took on the new challenge of launching a regional office to serve the numerous associations in California’s large San Bernardino and Riverside County areas. Jim turned the reins of the regional office over to his son, Michael, in 2010. Jim has extensive experience in the Reserve Study industry, having conducted over 1,000 site inspections throughout the United States, often on large, complicated, out-of-state assignments. He has widespread construction experience with a variety of facilities, serving residential, commercial, industrial, resort, and recreational interests. Jim is a graduate of the School of Architecture at California State Polytechnic University. Prior to joining Association Reserves, Inc., Mr. Nash worked as an architect and city planner for various Southern California cities. When he’s not working, Jim enjoys spending time with his wife and four grandchildren.

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