Texas Apartment Association President-Elect Clay Hicks, CPM, with The Dinerstein Companies, became the third volunteer to win TAA’s prestigious Frank P. Finch Presidential Award twice. The award was announced April 15 during the TAA ONE Conference & Expo in San Antonio.
- Clay Hicks, CPM, received the Texas Apartment Association’s prestigious Frank P. Finch Presidential Award at the April 15 General Opening Session during the association’s annual ONE Conference & Expo in San Antonio.
- The award is given to a volunteer selected by the TAA president, who the president feels has made the most impact on the association during the past year.
- The award is named in honor of TAA Past President Frank P. Finch.
- Hicks, with The Dinerstein Companies, is the TAA President-Elect. He is the third volunteer to receive the award twice, joining TAA Past Presidents Gary Blumberg, CPA and the late Brad Williams, CPM, in being twice recognized.
The Texas Apartment Association’s prestigious Frank P. Finch Presidential Award was presented to Clay Hicks, CPM during the General Opening Session April 15 in San Antonio during the TAA ONE Conference & Expo. Hicks is just the third volunteer to receive this award twice since its inception in 1991. He previously won the award in 2018.
The Finch Presidential Award is typically given annually to an individual volunteer whose work has had the most impact on TAA during the previous year. 2019-2020 TAA President Mark Hurley chose to honor Hicks for his work on revamping the TAA Student Lease Contract, along with his contributions to TAA’s strategic plan, rebranded conference and leadership initiatives, as well as his work as an officer and executive committee member.
Hicks is the president of TDC Management for The Dinerstein Companies. He will be installed as TAA’s 2022 president this fall and assume that position in January.
Two other volunteers have received the Finch Award twice; both are TAA past presidents. Gary Blumberg, CPA was honored in 1993 and 2008, and the late Brad Williams, CPM was recognized in 1998 and again in 2017.