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STM proud finalists in SCA NSW Strata Industry Awards

The annual SCA (NSW) Strata Community CHU Awards Gala Dinner and Presentation was held last Friday night, 26 July at The Star, Sydney.

STM Strata Community Managers, Alexandra Leis and Hira Zaheer were both finalists in their nominated awards categories, Manager of the Year and Strata Community Manager Rising Star respectively, from hundreds of submissions over 11 award categories.

LEFT: Hira Zaheer – finalist Strata Community Manager – Rising Star
RIGHT: Alexandra Leis – finalist Strata Community Manager of the Year

 

STM was also a proud finalist in the Large Strata Business category.

According to SCA (NSW), the strata industry continues to set the bar higher each year for young through to senior strata managers, strata management and services businesses, all striving for business excellence.

The independent judging panel, made up of academics and industry stakeholders, were thoroughly impressed with the volume of entries and high quality submissions, making  judging in each of the eleven award categories a difficult task.

STM is extremely proud of these two young managers and delighted they received the recognition they so dearly deserve.

If you’re considering a career in strata, contact Rebecca Henwood, Senior Talent Acquisition Partner at Smarter Communities for more details.

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