Andy Carey, CEO
Andy has an extensive background in real estate investment and asset management, strategic planning, and operations management. He was President of Storz Management, overseeing nearly 70 MHPs and 7,000 spaces. He has led the acquisition of over a dozen MHPs. He oversaw real estate operations and the investment portfolio of Granite Construction Company (NYSE: GVA), was Managing Partner of a boutique real estate investment group, and was Operations Manager for a luxury home builder. A licensed Real Estate Broker and licensed Property Manager, Andy is also a Mortgage Loan Originator. He is active in the Western Manufactured Housing Communities Association (WMA), California Mobile Home Parkowners Alliance (CMPA) and Manufactured Housing Communities of Oregon (MHCO). Andy is the past President of the WMA Board of Directors and a member of WMA’s Legislative Committee. He holds a BBA from the University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business.
Mark Weiner, CFO
Mark has overseen acquisitions of dozens of properties, including 10+ MHPs. He leads Monolith's accounting and financial reporting. Mark was CFO of Storz Management, a long-time MHP operator, as well as CFO of a Northern California general contractor, Manager of Real Estate Finance for Granite Land Company, Controller for a prominent real estate developer and had years of practice as an Audit Manager with "Big 4" global accounting firm Ernst & Young. Mark provides a balance of financial acumen and shrewd business sense. Mark is a CPA, licensed California mobile home dealer, and active member of WMA, MHET and CMPA. He has a degree in Business Administration from California State University, Sacramento.
Christina Watts, Director of Operations
As Director of Operations Christina oversees all mobile home park operations, including Monolith’s large portfolio of MHPs in California and Oregon. With her advanced knowledge of the Mobilehome Residency Law, Title 25, operational planning, and best management practices she has been instrumental in the successful coordination and management of all aspects of Monolith’s operations. Christina is responsible for managing capital improvement projects, annual operating budgets, park owned home remodels, public agency inspections and relations, market studies, client reporting, and tenant relations. Prior to her role at Monolith, Christina was Senior Regional Supervisor for two prominent MHP operators with operations in California, Nevada and Oregon. Her manufactured housing experience was enhanced by more than 14 years in human resources, office administration, and construction management.
Doug Farnham, Regional Property Supervisor (Oregon)
Doug oversees Monolith’s portfolio of Oregon communities. Doug applies expertise in the Oregon Revised Statutes 90 and 91, and specifically the Oregon Residential Landlord and Tenant Act. Doug’s experience with Oregon’s state and local laws has earned him an outstanding record in court when called upon to represent each park in legal matter resolution. His background in remodels and home set ups help to achieve Monolith’s goal of 100% occupancy. Prior to overseeing Monolith's Oregon portfolio, Doug gained experience for more than five years as a Regional Property Supervisor in Oregon for two long-time MHP operators. As a former small business owner, Doug applies the values of hard work and cost efficiency to honor property owners’ assets like they are his own.
Olivia Robie, Regional Property Supervisor
Olivia manages a portfolio of Monolith's communities in Northern California. She has experience supervising teams in both property management as well as other sectors, leveraging what she has learned during her career for the improvement of our park staff's effectiveness and our clients' assets. Olivia is adept at project management at each property, whether large capital expenditures or detailed process improvements, and is an outstanding trainer of Park Managers, whether new or veteran. Steady and reliable, Olivia cares deeply about those she supervises and is dedicated to exceeding our clients' expectations.
Joy Kelly, Senior Property Coordinator
Joy manages various functions for Monolith's portfolio. While maintaining supervisory duties for select properties in northern California, Joy also acts as training coordinator for all Park Managers, leading Monolith's comprehensive training program with conferences, webinars, individual coaching and screen sharing, private training web site, forms management, and more. She leads the Market Study program for each property, ensuring that clients have accurate comparative data from which to base market positioning decisions. Joy's background is in medical administration and operations, followed by time spent as an onsite Park Manager and then Property Coordinator for another long-time MHP operator.
Nancy Hughes, Accounting Manager
Nancy oversees daily accounting functions for Monolith's portfolio of parks. She manages payables, treasury functions, bank reconciliations, receivables and delinquency management, insurance certificate tracking, vendor engagement, as well as monthly financial reporting and other critical bookkeeping functions. Nancy spent years earlier in her career in accounts payable, receivable and inventory control, as well as a decade in office management. Prior to her tenure with Monolith Nancy was Senior Bookkeeper for a property management company with dozens of managed accounts.