It is with mixed emotions that I announce the resignation of Jesus Azanza, TFFA’s Director of Marketing, Communications, and Business Development for the past five and a half years.
Jesus has accepted a position to serve as the Executive Director for the Community Associations Institute of Greater Houston — an organization that represents the homeowner and condo association industry. His last day with TFFA will be July 15th.
"Making the decision to leave TFFA was extremely difficult; however, in the end it was the best move for my family and career. The friendships I've developed along the way will not be forgotten. It has truly been an honor and a privilege to work with this organization," comments Azanza.
Jesus first joined TFFA in 2013 after serving nearly six years as Director of Membership for the states largest affordable housing association. Since then, he has proven himself to be a valuable member of our team. Jesus’ creativity and strategic mindset have led to a number of successes for TFFA; including, increased advertising and sponsorship revenue, event re-branding, and industry outreach efforts that reached national audiences.
Comments from TFFA board members exalted Jesus’ contributions to the organization. As an example, one board member commented:
“During my years with the association, I can mark, almost to the day, when Jesus started and our communications and image became more colorful, exciting and inviting. He has elevated our association and the pursuit of our mission, and has definitely set the bar high for whomever follows. Congrats to him on a job well done!”
His contributions have been a great benefit to this organization, and undeniably, Jesus will be deeply missed. A search for his replacement will begin immediately.
You can reach out to Jesus until July 15th by contacting him at email@example.com / 512.617.4309. After this time, he can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org / 512.786.6771.
Please join me in wishing Jesus the very best of luck and greatest success in all his future endeavors.
Paul Hardin, CAE