Murray Johnson has been appointed as president of the Canadian Condominium Institute – Toronto and Area Chapter, effective November 10, 2020.
He currently serves as the vice-president of client operations with Crossbridge Condominium Services Inc. where he provides in-house Tarion and Performance Audit consulting to Crossbridge-managed properties.
As a dedicated board member on the CCI Toronto Chapter Board of Directors since 2012, Johnson has served on the conference, membership, volunteer resource and CCI-T Tarion advisory committees, and then also as vice-president. He is a popular and frequent presenter at the annual Condo Conference and is an instructor at CCI Director courses and seminars at both the chapter and national levels. In his quest to continually improve condominium living, he has participated in numerous government consultation meetings to effect legislative change for the benefit of thousands of condo dwellers throughout Ontario.
Johnson entered residential property management in 1992 following more than 10 years of international project management and facility management with a large multi-national manufacturing firm. In his new role, he will look to leverage his professional skillsets relating to employee training and development, and organizational development to establish goals and targets to further advance the mandate of CCI-Toronto.
“I’m honoured that my fellow CCI-T board members and volunteers have entrusted me with helping to guide CCI-T through these trying times,” said Johnson. “We are learning new ways to deliver important condominium director and owner education and I will do my best to empower our team so that the best advances are yet to come.”