Executive Management

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Nick Berg, PCAM, CPM
Nick Berg is President of CitiScape Property Management Group. His responsibilities also include information technology, operational innovation, performance management, legal and insurance issues. Nick has broad experience in managing residential real estate portfolios, including apartment buildings and high-rise condominium associations. He holds a Broker’s License with the California Bureau of Real Estate. He also holds the designations of “Certified Manager of Community Associations” (CMCA), “Association Management Specialist” (AMS), and the prestigious “Professional Community Association Manager” (PCAM) through Community Associations Institute (CAI). He is also a “Certified Property Manager” (CPM) with the Institute of Real Estate Management (IREM).In 2013 and 2014, he was selected as one of the “Top 50″ portfolio managers in the United States in a national contest, sponsored by Association Reserves, Inc. and other industry experts. Having served as a Board Member and Treasurer of a homeowners association himself, Nick understands the budgeting and funding challenges that homeowners associations face. He received a B.S. in Business Administration from Pepperdine University and an M.B.A. from the University of San Francisco.
Wayne Lee, CPA (inactive)
Chief Financial Officer

Wayne Lee joined the CitiScape team in 2008 as its Controller.  Wayne is a Certified Public Accountant (inactive) with over 25 years of accounting experience. He brings to CitiScape tremendous expertise and leadership. Wayne was named CFO in 2010, with responsibilities that include oversight of CitiScape’s corporate and client accounting, property management, and risk management. In addition, he is responsible for strategic planning, new business ventures, coalescing the accounting and condominium management team, and customer service process and improvements.

Prior to joining CitiScape, Wayne held consulting and corporate executive leadership roles in mid to large size companies. Wayne graduated from Golden Gate University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting.

Paul Mora, CCRM
Vice President

Native San Franciscan Paul Mora handles some of San Francisco’s top San Francisco high rise addresses including: The Summit at 999 Green Street, The Clay-Jones, 1000 Green, and 333 Bush Street. In his years with CitiScape, Paul made a name for himself by cutting costs while maximizing top-quality service. Paul specializes in high-rise property and facilities management and is considered a leading expert in union employee bargaining. Paul also manages CitiScape’s Commercial Division, responsible for a variety of commercial and light industrial properties.

Paul brings more than two decades of hospitality experience to his work at CitiScape, having worked with some of the finest hotels and restaurants in the Bay Area.  It was Paul, in fact, who came up with CitiScape’s tag line and motto: “Professional Management, Personal Service

Romo Headshot 2016-1-29 Robin A. Romo, CAMEx, MCAM-HR, PCAM
Chief Operating Officer

Robin Romo has been in the community association management industry for over a decade.  She has extensive experience managing high rise, luxury condominium projects and mixed use properties, including some of the largest high rise condominium projects in San Francisco.  These include buildings such as The Infinity, The Metropolitan, and The Beacon.  In her role as General Manager of these buildings, Robin successfully managed the physical and fiscal attributes of the building, while maintaining a strong sense of community and customer service.  Her knowledge of construction standards greatly assisted design professionals and construction experts through SB 800 proceedings.  In her previous role of Director of Management Services, Robin oversaw the day-to-day efforts of a team of community association managers and their respective staffs.

Robin holds the distinctive titles of CAMEx, “Professional Community Association Manager” (PCAM) and “Association Management Specialist” (AMS) through Community Associations Institute (CAI) and the Master of Community Association Management with a specialty certificate in high rise management (MCAM-HR) through the California Association of Community Managers (CACM).  The CAMEx is an acknowledgement of Robin’s contributions to the industry and reflects her willingness to work on shaping the industry for the good of all. It is about “giving back” to the community. Only a few of the top members of our industry are eligible for the CAMEx designation.  Robin is also a Certified High Rise Fire Safety Director and holds a Bachelor of Science from the University of California, Berkeley as well as a B.S. and an M.B.A from Golden Gate University.

In addition to her responsibilities at CitiScape, Robin has been a faculty member of the CACM since 2010.  Her class instructions include: “Basics of Association Management”, “High Rise Management”, and “Human Resources Management”. Prior to joining the community management industry, Robin worked for 11 years in hotel operations, hospitality and sales for one of the largest luxury chains in the world.

As if that wasn’t enough, Robin speaks multiple languages: Full fluency in English, Tagalog, and Spanish; working in Cantonese and Japanese.

Edward I. Dale

Edward Dale is co-founder of CitiScape Property Management Group. Ed holds two undergraduate degrees and a Master’s Degree in Business.

Ed has an extensive background in all phases of property management and development, with emphasis on residential, commercial, and mixed-use properties. As Executive Director of the Cerebral Palsy Foundation, Ed developed community-based housing alternatives for the physically disabled. Ed was appointed Vice President of one of the largest commercial development companies in the United States, and operated large-scale regional shopping centers.

For the past several years, Ed has managed a varied portfolio of commercial and residential properties in San Francisco, including the HOA management in San Francisco of historic and landmark buildings, as well as high profile properties in the Union Square, Russian Hill and North Beach districts, as well as new SoMa loft developments.

Ed’s family is in the restaurant business, so he considers himself quite the “foodie”. Ed can also be found soaking in the local jazz scene, and if there’s a Zydeco band playing anywhere in the land, you’ll find Ed stage left with his spoons!

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