Brad Trotman 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 served as the Executive Director for Killearn Homes Association, Inc. (Killearn Estates) for nine years. He has served as a Board Member of the Tallahassee Council of Neighborhood Associations (CONA). In 2011 Leon County Commissioners (full Board appointment) selected Brad to serve as a Member of the Leon County Board of Adjustments and Appeals. He has served as Chairman and Vice-Chairman of the BOAA Board.
Paula has worked as the Office Administrator at Florida Association & Property Management, Inc. since February 2014. She has 16 years of experience in the property management industry comprised of eleven (11) years specializing in multi-family housing as an Onsite Property Manager, two (2) years in rehabilitation/restoration as a Project Manager and three (3) years in affordable housing and low-income housing as an Asset Management Analyst for The State of Florida Housing and Urban Development (HUD). In addition, she has supervised management of several commercial properties. As a Tallahassee native, she embraces the beauty of our natural surroundings by spending most of her free time outdoors kayaking, fishing, hiking and gardening.
Daisey recently joined the management team at Florida Association & Property Management, Inc., working in the accounting department. She is a lifelong resident of Tallahassee. As a young woman, Daisey traveled extensively with her husband throughout the United States and abroad. She attended the College of the Desert in Palm Springs, California and returned to Tallahassee in 2000. Daisey worked with the Florida Auto Dealers Association before joining Florida Cable Association where she worked for thirteen years. Her responsibilities include overall fiscal operations, accounts payable and receiveable, payroll, overseeing tax preparation and filing, and preparation of all financial/management reports needed for up to a $4 million budget.
Brian is currently assigned to one community as an Onsite Resident Manager. He is from Everett Washington (approximately 30 miles north of Seattle). Brian has worked approximately twenty-five (25) years in the appliance parts and repair industry including companies such as Appliance Service of Tallahassee and Marcone Appliance Parts. Prior to being employed by Florida Association & Property Management, Inc., he worked for fifteen (15) years in the apartment maintenance industry at various apartment complexes in Tallahassee. Brian is certified through E.P.A. for H.V.A.C. and is a certified pool operator.
Debbie and Alan Byrd have been married for 29 years and for most of that time have lived in Tallahassee, Florida. Debbie, whose maiden name is Debbie Golden, was born and raised in Tallahassee with family in both Leon and Wakulla counties, graduated from Godby High School and attended Tallahassee Community College before marrying and raising two children. Growing up in Tallahassee afforded her the opportunity to vacation on St. George Island long before there was a bridge between Eastpoint and the island with a ferry as the sole source of transportation between the two. Alan is from Enterprise, Alabama, graduated from Enterprise High School and then Auburn University with a B.S. in Agricultural Sciences. Growing up in southeastern Alabama, Alan spent many weekends fishing with his father along the coastal waters of Northwest Florida and came to love the area. After pursuing advanced studies at LSU in Baton Rouge, Alan moved to Tallahassee to take a position as a chemist with the City of Tallahassee where he eventually met his future wife. After marrying, they had one daughter, Allison Byrd, who is now a hair stylist in Tallahassee. After spending years in the cosmetology field, Debbie pursued and obtained a Florida real estate license and has spent her more recent years working in that industry. Alan decided to move into the private sector as a software consultant currently working remotely for OpenText Corporation based out of Waterloo, Ontario. After spending the last few years managing their family condominium in Panama City Beach, they sold the condo and decided to pursue a more relaxed lifestyle along the Forgotten Coast landing them on St. George Island to "live out the dream".
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 Leon County Commissioner Bryan Desloge appointed Joanie to the Minority, Women & Small Business Enterprise Citizens Advisory Committee and re-appointed her to the Committee in 2015. She has served as the Committee Chairman since 2014. Joanie was appointed to serve on the Leon County Minority, Women & Small Business Enterprise Evaluation Committee.
She served six terms as the Secretary of the Board of Directors of Killearn Lakes Homeowners Association, Inc. and its Council of Neighborhoods Association Representative.
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.