Community Managers
Phone: (703) 392-6006

Patti Picciano, CMCA, AMS  
Community Manager

Patti Picciano’s Property Management career began in 2007 as a Covenants Inspector at the self-managed community
of Franklin Farm, Oak Hill. She continued in the covenant’s department, inspecting homes for almost 5 years. She made
a difference in the communities she attended to, to include Reston Association and Breamar.  Patti, then transitioned into
Portfolio management taking on a bigger role.

Patti’s ability to communicate with homeowner’s and vendors creates a positive experience in dealing with each situation.
Patti has managed communities as small as 18 homes to 468 large single family homes in the Northern Virginia area. 
Patti’s expertise is listening to the homeowner’s and considering the situation before making the difference.  She has managed
many different types of associations,  from condominiums, townhomes, single family homes and commercial condominiums,
age restricted, as well as developing properties. 

Patti has earned her Certified Manager of Community Associations (CMCA), in addition to Association Management Specialist
(AMS) designation from Community Association Institute, and is planning to achieve her Professional Community
Association Manager (PCAM) designation in 2017. Patti has been a Notary Republic in the State of Virginia for more than 20 years. 

In her spare time, Patti enjoys traveling and spending time with her husband of over 30 years, attending local events and 
finding new locations in Virginia to experience. A former resident of Fairfax County for almost 17 years, Patti and her family
moved out to the country living of Fauquier County where they have lived for more than 10 years. 

Justin Storcks

Community Manager

Justin Storcks graduated at George Mason University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Criminology. Justin recently joined the 
SFMC Team as a Junior Manager and looks forward to gainingfurther experience with SFMC and obtaining his CMCA. Justin 
brings interpersonal skills, as well as strong leadership skills, with the ability to manage and motivate to achieve results. 
Justin understands the importance of customerservice, professionalism, responsiveness, and attention to detail in 
Association Management. 

Prior to joining SFMC, Justin was a manager in the restaurant industry for three years. Justin managed daily operations
of business with improved management techniques, attention to detail, inventory control, and developing vendor relationships,
as well as reconciling customer payments by recording cash, checks, and credit card transactions to the closing report.
Customer satisfaction is an integral part of Justin’s work and is a core principle of what makes a great community manager.

In his spare time, Justin loves going to the gym, playing soccer, and attending professional sporting events. Justin played
travel soccer for 10 years and played on his middle/high school team. He also played club football at George Mason University.  

Kayla Hutson 
Community Manager

Kayla began her experience in association management as an administrative assistant to a prominent management firm in
Northern Virginia. Having experience within a management company, Kayla is familiar with the processes of managing
associations and with the many different dynamics that come along with each community. Kayla joined SFMC in May 2017, and
she is very excited to expand and grow as she embarks on the role of Junior Community Manager. Kayla is currently enrolled at
Northern Virginia Community College working towards an Associate degree in Business Administration and hopes to pursue her
Bachelor's at George Mason University. 

Kayla’s communication skills allow her to excel in the field of community management. Before joining SFMC, Kayla was a
Maître D’ for a high-end, fast paced restaurant in Tyson’s Corner, Virginia. In this position, she learned to adjust to
and appreciate different personalities among coworkers and clientele. This field also helped establish the foundation of
punctuality and organization, which have become important facets of Kayla’s everyday life. This position instilled leadership
and flexibility, which she applies when working with the diverse Boards of Directors and residents within each community.

Kayla is excited to provide you with excellent association management services and hopes to become the foremost resource for
both the Board of Directors and community residents.

Dianna Taylor, CMCA
Community Manager

Jennifer Green, CMCA, AMS
Community Manager

Josh Young, CMCA 
Community Manager

Josh has six years experience working in community association management. He earned his CMCA in 2012 while completing
his degree in Economics from George Mason University. He was previously a General Manager of a condominium with a
$1.3M budget. He finds the challenges of community management to be highly rewarding particularly the unique
experiences that occur daily. 

Josh is a newlywed and enjoys spending time with his wife hiking on the Skyline Drive trails.

Larry Gilbert, CMCA, AMS, PCAM
Community Manager

Mike Cumberland
Community Manager

Mike joined SFMC in February of 2016 as an onsite manager at the River Pointe Community in Leesburg, VA. He is 
currently pursuing a degree in psychology from the Norther Virginia Community College and will be transferring to 
George Mason University in 2017.

Mike's experience includes several years in customer service and working in a large-scale community in Aldie Va.

Mike enjoys hiking and running with his dog Loki. 

Nancy Wagner, CMCA, AMS
Senior Community Manager

Ms. Wagner joined SFMC in 2002. She has over 20 years of community management experience, which follows her 
introduction to the industry as President of a large condominium association. Her education includes: AMS and CMCA 
Certifications; MBAProgram and B.A. in Philosophy. Ms. Wagner has broad experience in all areas of community management, 
including on-site and portfolio management of condominium, townhome and single family home associations, and currently 
manages a portfolio with combined budgets in excess of $3.5M.

Before joining the community management industry, she accumulated almost 20 years working in government 
affairs/health, environment and chemical safety for Fortune 500 companies and business trade associations.

Rebecca Brodkorb, CMCA
Community Manager

Rebecca joined SFMC in May of 2015 as an onsite manager at an active adult condominium. Her education includes a degree
in journalism from West Virginia University and a Certified Manager of Community Associations (CMCA) designation. Rebecca’s
experience included several years in customer service and luxury condominium rentals. Rebecca was born and raised in Fairfax
County where she currently resides.  

Taylor Vasicek
Community Manager

Tracey Schaefer
Community Manager


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