Lucia Anna (Pia) Trigiani, a principal and partner with MercerTrigiani, will conclude her 10 consecutive years of service under three governors as chair of the Virginia Common Interest Community Board, a governor-appointed board charged with licensing and certifying common interest community managers throughout the state. Trigiani's term ends on June 30 when the governor will appoint her replacement.
Trigiani is a leading authority on common interest community ownership community associations. She served as the first chair of the newly created 11-member board when she was appointed to a three-year term by Gov. Timothy M. Kaine in July 2008 and re-appointed to the board for two, four-year terms by succeeding governors Bob McDonnell and Terry McAuliffe. She was elected chair by her colleagues each year since 2008.
She also has served in leadership positions within the Virginia legal and national industry communities. She was named 2017 president of the Virginia Law Foundation and served as 2011 president of the Virginia Bar Association. She also was recognized by the Community Associations Institute with the 2010 Award of Excellence in Designations recognizing her significant contributions in advancing the industry's programs and ethical standards through her service as the first chair of the Virginia Common Interest Community Board.
MercerTrigiani is a boutique real estate law firm serving community association clients throughout Virginia and Washington, D.C.
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