By Cheryl Dowden, June 2, 2020
HSVPOA management appears to be rapidly changing
Changes are coming hard and fast to the Hot Springs Village Property Owners Association. Property Owners must be patient while the new Board works through the challenges.
On June 1, 2020, HSVPOA Chief Financial Officer Liz Mathis resigned from her position. After giving her notice, Mathis said that she has accepted the position of Finance Director in the City of Maumelle, Arkansas. Until she sells her Hot Springs Village home, she will be commuting.
This is the second resignation announced by POA employees, of which have been timed closely with the termination of CEO Lesley Nalley. Director of Human Resources, Shawnee Cooper has also tendered her two-week resignation.
Mathis was originally hired as Controller on May 16, 2016. She was promoted to the CFO position, replacing Lesley Nalley who was selected to be the CEO at that time.
John Paul has been appointed to be the temporary interim General Manager while the Board is doing a broad search for a permanent replacement. It appears the Board of Directors is moving away from using the much-criticized title of “CEO.”
According to the Village Voice, “John Paul, who led a staff of about 100 full-time employees, served 16 years as director of golf, retiring in October 2014.” Click here to read the article in the Voice.
All of these changes will open up job opportunities in the organization. Click here to apply for Village job opportunities.
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