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Community Website Leader AtHomeNet's Co-Founder Selected As Expert For New College Curriculum

Company Director of Marketing Susan Sanders Joins Panel of Experts to develop new Edison College "C.A.M.P" Program

June 13 2008

Suwanee, Ga- Susan Sanders, co-founder and Director of Marketing for industry leading community website firm AtHomeNet has been selected to join a panel of Subject Matter Experts in developing an exciting new program curriculum at Florida's Edison College.

CAMP, which stands for Community Association Managers Program, is Edison College's flagship curriculum dedicated to providing higher education in this growing industry. Under the direction of Dr. Beth Hagan, Susan Sanders will join an experienced panel of professional experts to develop more than 200 CEU programs that will be available for delivery by Florida community colleges. Sanders was chosen for the panel based on her extensive knowledge and experience in technology for the Community Association Management Industry, and her accomplishments in building her company, AtHomeNet, into the nation's premiere provider of Association websites.

"In the 10 years since we started AtHomeNet, Association Management has become a very demanding field with so many dimensions to it. I'm honored to be involved in the process of establishing an educational standard with so many respected industry peers." stated Susan Sanders upon being asked to join the panel of Subject Matter Experts.

AtHomeNet is the nation's premiere provider of websites for Association Management firms, communities, HOAS, and Condo Associations. With well over one million resident users and the upcoming release AtHomeNet Elite, the newest version of their service, Sanders is very optimistic about the future of the company and her role in shaping a new educational program that seems poised to inevitably expand into a national curriculum to benefit this industry and all homeowners living in community associations. Edison College's new CAMP curriculum will be available online through distance learning as early as 2009.