September 23, 2018
 
Paul Mengert, AMG CEO, doesn’t just run Association Management Group, he also teaches what he knows extensively to anyone who sees value in education. Paul founded AMG in Greensboro is because he believes it is important to give back to the community, whether he did so personally or through the generation of business activity or a little of both. Paul has taught extensively with the Harvard Business School Alumni Management Development Program in Greensboro. This is a program that has been used by dozens of local companies as diverse as Bank of America, Duke Energy, Microsoft, and even AMG.

Paul Mengert loves being part of such a great program because he likes both sides of education, in that he not only teaches others, but he learns from others, as well. A primary focus for Paul Mengert is on education, so that everyone can be the best they can be. AMG is a management company, but quite often, it functions as a major training program. He has become a highly respected real estate and business leader in his hometown of Greensboro.
March 22, 2018
 
As far as Paul Mengert, Association Management Group (AMG) CEO, is concerned, his company, which he founded in 1984 in Greensboro, North Carolina serves as a touchstone to the city where he was born and raised. His love for his community and his strong belief in giving back are evident everywhere. One reason so many organizations trust the information that Paul Mengert, AMG’s leader, imparts in the classes he and his team of professionals teach is due to his extensive experience in the real estate industry and his reputation as an acknowledged expert on the best homeowners’ association management techniques.

Of course, Paul Mengert’s life has been in service to his community, especially when it comes to education. He majored in Political Science and Communications at the University of North Carolina in Greensboro many years ago, and proceeded to devote much of his life and career to education and training. Dozens of local companies have sent executives to the Management Development Program for the Harvard Business School Alumni Association of Charlotte, North Carolina, for which he teaches classes. Among those companies are huge organizations like Microsoft and Pfizer, and his own Association Management Group.