Welcome Kenneth Wells, New Community Manager

We are so excited to announce a new team member! Cadence at Gateway is pleased to introduce Kenneth Wells as the new community manager for our thriving— and growing— community. Kenneth (“Kenny” is fine with him!) oversees all community operations at Cadence.
“My love for people, building long-lasting relationships and joining a welcoming community of residents, support vendors, and CCMC management professionals is more than I could ever ask for,” Kenneth said. “I am extremely excited to become a part of the fabric of this community. With my hospitality and facilities background, I’m confident I can hit the ground running!” 
A Phoenix native, Kenneth has 10 years of experience in community management and two years in vacation rental property management, as well as eight years of hospitality experience, including management, reservations and customer service. He attended Arizona State University, majoring in foreign language and minoring in political science. Kenny’s days are packed; outside of work he volunteers with a local nonprofit that fosters healthy social interaction with kids and young adults, providing skateboards and other resources.
His hobbies include travel, learning foreign languages, playing musical instruments and being a father. Kenny is fluent in Italian and an accomplished violinist.
“Kenneth brings not only a wealth of community and resort management to Cadence, but his core values of providing clear communication, doing the right thing, and compassionate leadership align perfectly with CCMC — and set the foundation for his role in the community,” said CCMC vice president Nick Ferre. 
Kenneth replaces previous Cadence community manager Randy Ellis who was offered a new role in CCMC’s corporate office.

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