Paul Mengert and AMG Use Their Own Education to Teach Others

December 28, 2018
Paul Mengert once attended Harvard Business School, where he graduated in 2005. He has also served on the national senior faculty for the Community Associations Institute. To Paul Mengert, AMG is only part of his life. Anyone who knows Paul understands that he believes strongly in many things, especially one of his greatest beliefs is that giving back to his community is way up there in importance.

That was a guiding principle behind Paul Mengert’s decision to found AMG in his beloved hometown of Greensboro, North Carolina back in 1984. His commitment to community goes back a long way and continues. Many organizations trust Paul based on his extensive expertise in real estate, especially association management. Paul Mengert serves as President of the Carolinas Chapter of the Community Associations Institute, where he also teaches courses to homeowner's association professionals. These classes are approved as continuing education credits by organizations all over the country, including the South Carolina Department of Real Estate and the California Department of Real Estate, among many others.

A Profile of Greensboro Businessman Paul Mengert, AMG CEO

June 20, 2018
There is a lot more to Paul Mengert, AMG CEO, than simple business success. He and his company are committed to improving the climate in the entire Greensboro area business community. Paul and his company are very active in Greensboro, but they are committed to spreading their message well beyond that. Over the past few years, more than fifty local companies have sent their executives to a Management Development Program run by former graduates of Harvard Business School, who just happen to live in and around Greensboro and have connections to Paul Mengert.

Among these major corporations have included big names like Bank of America, Microsoft, Pfizer, Carolina CAT, Wells Fargo, CC. Dickson Co., Duke Energy, and even Paul Mengert-led AMG. Paul is quite happy to be a major participant in this valuable program because he likes to learn anything that will make him a better chief executive officer, plus, he also likes to give back to his community, which he feels ranks among the most important things a person with means should do. He believes that to be the key to becoming a moral and ethical company, and not just a money machine.