September 23, 2018
A primary reason Paul Mengert founded AMG (Association Management Group) in his hometown of Greensboro is because he firmly believes in giving back to the community. He now believes AMG does exactly that. Paul and AMG participate in activities designed to make the community better, such as a food drive for Greensboro Urban Ministry, which collected more than 1 million pounds of food for the poor in The Carolinas, primarily in Greensboro.

He is now considered a highly regarded leader in the homeowners’ association management industry, primarily in the Carolinas, but also nationwide. Paul Mengert, AMG CEO, is a highly sought-after teacher and speaker because of the wisdom he holds and because he knows what he’s doing. At the heart of AMG’s training approach is a smaller version of a Masters of Business Administration (MBA) program. The program’s courses are taught by the various Harvard Business School alumni who happen to reside in the Greensboro, North Carolina area. Many are executives who actually work full time as executives with major companies, as managing partners, presidents, and even CEOs.
March 22, 2018
It is clear that the devotion of Paul Mengert, AMG’s founder and lead executive, to education and training is very strong. He has served on the national senior faculty for the Community Associations Institute for years, for example, and he still teaches classes to trainees and staff of homeowner's associations nationwide. The classes are so good, they serve as continuing education credits by prominent groups like the South Carolina Department of Real Estate, the North Carolina Board of Realtors, and many others.

No one can argue the fact that education is a major focus for Paul Mengert, AMG (Association Management Group) founder and current chef executive. Put simply, AMG is all about education, from top to bottom. The firm serves a primarily educational purpose, after all. AMG is a management company, but a large portion of it functions as a shorter version of a Masters of Business Administration (MBA) program for those who work in homeowners’ associations around the country. Many AMG instructors are executives with various companies, including managing partners, presidents, and even a few CEOs. That includes companies that are among the most iconic in the nation, like Microsoft.