December 28, 2018
 
It was Paul Mengert’s decision to establish AMG in Greensboro demonstrates his commitment to the community where was born and raised. He has a strong urge to give back where he can. He is also interested in making sure AMG is one of the shining lights in the region. His is a company capable of providing the best possible training possible in the form of a condensed version of a Masters of Business Administration (MBA) program not unlike the one at Harvard Business School.Many of the instructors for these classes are experienced company executives, including some managing partners, presidents, and even CEOs.

One reason is, Paul Mengert believes that experience is the best education and that passing on experience is very important. One reason Paul has become such a respected leader in the homeowners’ association management industry is because he focuses on the best education possible. This is not surprising, since many instructors are HBS alumni who happen to live in the Greensboro, North Carolina area.
June 20, 2018
 
It is simply true that Paul Mengert, AMG CEO, believes it is of vital importance for everyone with means to give back to their community in any way they can. For some, that means giving of yourself personally, whereas, for others it can mean generating business activity and a larger tax base, so as to support those in the community who are not so well off. It is perhaps that attitude that has transformed him into a highly regarded leader in the homeowners association management industry nationwide, as well as in the Carolinas.

More than anything, Paul Mengert is a teacher. For his company, AMG, Paul has assembled a team of class instructors who are executives with various companies, which gives them more insight than most. They serve as managing partners, presidents, and even CEOs, so they are able to approach their instruction from a unique perspective. As a CEO for AMG, Paul Mengert is building up his community by adding to the Greensboro business climate, as well as increasing the ability of homeowners associations to deal with the homeowners who depend on them.