About Indiana Apartment Association

Who is IAA?

The Indiana Apartment Association is a statewide trade organization serving the apartment industry in the state of Indiana.

IAA Mission Statement

  1. To promote, advise and protect the general interests of the ownership and management of multifamily housing in the Indiana area by uniting those engaged in the business.
  2. To uphold the dignity of the property management profession and to acquire and disseminate useful business information among its members, to foster a spirit of cooperation among its members; to cultivate higher standards of practice and business ethics.

Currently the Indiana Apartment Association represents more than 250,000 units throughout the state, including members in affiliated chapters and council areas. The Association provides owners and management companies a constructive force through which to work together for the betterment of the multifamily housing industry.

IAA Officers

Sandy Carmin
Englert Management Corporation

Vice Chairman 
Chad Greiwe
Gene B. Glick Company

Mark Juleen
J C. Hart Company

Brian Cranor Cityscape
Residential, LLC

Jerry K. Collins
Flaherty & Collins Properties

A Board of Directors governs the Indiana Apartment Association. The board is comprised of member representatives from across the state. Headed by the President, a qualified staff assists in providing the manpower necessary for maintaining a positive image for the industry and representing the Association professionally.

2020 IAA Officers

Chairman Chad Greiwe Executive Vice President Gene B. Glick Company, Inc.
Vice Chairman Sandy Carmin Vice President of Operations Englert Mgmt Corp.
Treasurer Tim Shafer President HI Management
Secretary Clarke Arnold Vice President of Operations Birge & Held Asset Management

2020 Direct Board Members

Clarke Arnold VP of Operations Birge & Held Asset Management
Sandy Carmin Vice President of Operations Englert Mgmt Corp.
Jerry Collins President Flaherty & Collins Properties
Randy Escue Vice President Dominion Realty, Inc.
Mike Gorman President Edward Rose & Sons
Chad Greiwe Executive Vice President Gene B. Glick Company, Inc.
Jon Hicks Owner In Good Company
Michael Humphrey Chief Executive Officer AMP Residential, LLC
Cindy Koehler Vice President, Asset Mgmt Berkshire AHP
Charlie Kurtz Senior Vice President Asset Mgmt J.C. Hart Company, Inc.
Steve Lavery VP | Property Management Herman & Kittle Properties, Inc.
Greg Martin VP Asset Management Milhaus Management, LLC
Bruce Mills Vice President of Business Operations Van Rooy Properties
Jim Murphy President CFC Properties
Timothy J Shafer President HI Management
Scott Sladek Chief Operating Officer, Operations Buckingham Companies
Alex Stokely President Barrett & Stokely, Inc.
George Tikijian Senior Managing Director Cushman & Wakefield
Chuck Townsend President Sheehan Property Mgmt, Inc.
MJ Trujillo Founder Sheehan PRAXM

2020 Supplier Board Members

Christian Carmin Vice President Holt Construction Group, Inc.
J.R. Knight Owner Eye 4 Group

2020 Chapter Board Members

Dave Becker AAFW President Canterbury Green

IAA Staff

President Lynne Petersen, CAE [email protected]
Vice President of Government Affairs Brian Spaulding [email protected]
Director of Accounting Mary Massey [email protected]
Director of Government Affairs Katie Beth Maddox [email protected]
Director of Events & Expositions Haley Brutus [email protected]
Director of Communications Sarah Olivero [email protected]
Front Desk Coordinator Cassandra Bingham [email protected]
Accounting & Database Administrator Meredith Galliher [email protected]
Communications & Member Services Coordinator Chelsea Conover [email protected]
Professional Development Manager Tyler Marker [email protected]

Charitable Contributions

Giving back is an important aspect to membership in the Indiana Apartment Association.

Anthony G. Gorup Foundation

Named after the IAA Executive Director from 1973 – 1999, The Anthony G. Gorup Education Foundation is a public benefit corporation, operated exclusively for the following charitable and educational purposes:

  • To promote the future of the Indiana apartment industry through education and contribution
  • To support and fund scholarships and/or fellowships to further the education of individuals interested in any facets of the apartment industry
  • To educate the general public and the apartment industry about economic and business, opportunities and issues that impact the future of the Indiana apartment industry

The Indiana Apartment Association has been hosting an annual fundraiser for the Foundation every year since 2001, generating thousands of dollars. The Foundation recently contributed $30,000 to the Ball State University Residential Property Management Program to be used for scholarships.

Rebuilding Lives

In 2008, the multifamily housing industry suffered losses from severe weather. From tornadoes to floods, apartment communities across the state saw devastation that reached beyond the owners and management companies and directly impacted the residents living there.

With that in mind, IAA started its philanthropic focus in 2009 to help apartment community residents who find themselves in a position of replacing their belongings and rebuilding their lives.

Our goal for the “Rebuilding Lives” campaign is to establish a support center to provide donations and emergency supplies when disaster strikes. At a time when a property and residents are facing losses due to fire or natural disaster, we want to be there…whether through donating clothing, food, water or a helping hand, the Indiana Apartment Association wants to support our members. Click here to make a donation.


SAL was created in memory of Sally Lentz-Crouse, who was a leader in the multifamily housing industry and one of the first woman members of the IAA Board of Directors. To keep Sally’s legacy alive, in 2008 the Indiana Apartment Association began an annual Leadership Retreat. SAL encourages women to reach higher levels of leadership by helping them gain the life skills, knowledge, and confidence needed to achieve their professional and personal goals.

Faces of IAA

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The Indiana Apartment Association staff and members are often quoted in the media when it is looking for experts in the field. Click on the links below to find those and other articles of interest to the multifamily housing industry.

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Hammond Registration Ordinance

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