Joanie Trotman

Joanie Trotman, President and CEO of Florida Association & Property Management, Inc. is originally from Ochlocknee, Georgia (approximately 35 miles north of Tallahassee), graduated in 2000 as Valedictorian of Bishop Hall and received a four-year scholarship to Peru State College in Peru, Nebraska.  She is a past member of the Junior League of Tallahassee, previously serving as Secretary for the Thymes Remembered Cookbook Committee and as Chairman of the Grants and Endowments Committee.  

In 2010 Leon County Commissioners appointed Joanie to the Bannerman Road Corridor Study Citizens Advisory Council.  The Council elected her Chairman of the Advisory Council.  In 2013 she will serve a third term as the Secretary of the Board of Directors of Killearn Lakes Homeowners Association, Inc. and its Council of Neighborhoods Association Representative.  She also serves as the Chairman of the Tallahassee Chapter of the North Gulf Coast Community Association Institute. Most recently Leon County Commissioner Bryan Desloge appointed Joanie to the Minority, Women & Small Business Enterprise Citizens Advisory Committee and serves as its Vice-Chairman. 

In addition to volunteerism, her work as a Community Association Manager and paralegal has given her the opportunity to work with a vast number of community associations and non-profit organizations throughout the state of Florida. 

Joanie is married to Brad Trotman who is a lifelong resident of Tallahassee.  After serving in the United States Marine Corps he began working with Killearn Lakes Homeowners Association, Inc. as a Site Manager and later as its Executive Director.  Brad was selected as the Executive Director for Killearn Homes Association, Inc. (Killearn Estates) in 2006 and continues to represent the association.  He has been a Board Member of the Tallahassee Council of Neighborhood Associations (CONA) since 2008.  In 2011 Leon County Commissioners (full Board appointment) selected Brad to serve as a Member of the Leon County Board of Adjustments and Appeals.  More recently, he was elected to serve as the Chairman of the BOAA Board.

Association Management Team

Katherine Rudd, Office Administrator
Kristie Larson, Maintenance and Operations Manager

Kevin Maxwell, 300 Ocean Mile Resident Manager

Kevin Maxwell, has been the Resident Manager of 300 Ocean Mile located on St. George Island since October 2010.  He is a 6th generation native of Apalachicola. Kevin graduated in 2000 as Salutatorian and Student Government President of Apalachicola High School.  He achieved the rank of Eagle Scout through the Boy Scouts of America in 2000 as a member of Troop 22 based on St. George Island.  Kevin received a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Management from Florida State University in 2006.