Dominium’s Jon Segner named 2011 board chair of Minnesota Multi Housing Association

Corporate News

Minneapolis March 18, 2011 — Dominium is proud to announce that Jon Segner, president and chief operating officer of Dominium – Property Management, was elected the 2011 board chair of the Minnesota Multi Housing Association (MHA). The association installed Segner during it’s annual meeting and awards dinner held March 17, 2011 at the Golden Valley Country Club.

As the chairman of the board, Segner will lead this group of industry professionals. He will preside over quarterly board of directors meetings held at MHA’s offices, contribute a column to MHA’s monthly magazine and provide ongoing guidance to MHA president, Mary Rippe, in assessing MHA’s performance against the strategic plan, organizational planning, resource and financial oversight and maintaining legal and ethical integrity. After his term as Chairman expires next March, he will continue as a member of the Board of Directors for five additional years.

Segner has been the president and chief operating officer of Dominium – Property Management since 2005. He also sits on the Executive Committee, Dominium’s leadership group.

In his role as president and chief operating officer, Segner is responsible for all of the operating functions for the more than 19,000 units managed by Dominium. Prior to his current role, Segner served as the chief financial officer for both the management and development and acquisition sides of Dominium.

About Minnesota Multi Housing Association

The Minnesota Multi Housing Association (MHA) promotes the highest standards in the development, management and maintenance of rental and owner-occupied multi housing.  Its nearly 2,100 members together own or manage more than 250,000 multi family units in the state.  Its mission is to support the multi-housing industry through public policy leadership, educational opportunities, and communications and marketing in ways that enhance the industry for its members, its residents and its communities.