NRP/COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Protocol

Dear Owners, Friends and Neighbors,

During this challenging time, we want to assure you that NRP is well equipped to meet the operating needs of the associations we manage. However, as you might expect, it simply cannot be “business as usual.”

The pandemic experts all have one common theme to their recommended protocols: modify our behaviors in order to reduce the chance of the virus spreading.

Simply put, we must modify how we accomplish our goals in order to adapt to the challenges brought on by this pandemic. Further, we must do our best to promote the health and safety of our staff, vendors, community members and family members.

Anyone can be carrying the virus without knowing it; therefore, we must reduce exposure to each other to the greatest extent possible, with an even greater emphasis for those people who might have compromised health conditions.

With this in mind, we have developed an office wide operating protocol as follows:

  • NRP is well equipped to work remotely with a skeleton staff at our Main Office. A majority of our Managers and support staff will be working remotely, whenever possible, until further notice. If you need to contact your Manager, please use email communications as much as possible. This will allow us to act more efficiently if others need to be brought into “conversations” when necessary. In the event you have an urgent matter to discuss, please call our Main Office or your onsite office, if applicable. Your manager will be monitoring the voicemail. Emergency calls should be called in through the afterhours emergency service as usual when the office is closed. “Emergencies” are defined as a threat to life or property. The afterhours emergency call number is: 703-476-3639.

If you do not know your manager’s e-mail address, please send an e-mail to and we will forward your e-mail to your manager.

  • Given the suggested protocols from the pandemic experts, NRP’s Partners have decided to prohibit staff from attending meetings in person. If your Board should decide meetings are imperative, our Team will set up and attend virtual conference calls by telephone or video conferencing, whichever your Board prefers.
  • NRP is discouraging visits to our onsite and Main offices. Almost everything people need can be done electronically or by mail. We will try to keep consistent office hours, but that is certainly based on our ability to maintain enough staff to be able to serve you.
  • We will be using our company and client websites to communicate NRP information and community specific communications. We may also issue periodic updates via e-mail blasts.
  • Since it is not business as usual, inquires and requests from the Board and community members will be handled in the order of urgency. People should feel free to contact their manager by email with issues as normal, but they should only expect urgent issues to be addressed in the near term. Non urgent action items will be compiled and handled as time and circumstances permit.
  • It should be expected that the ability and timeliness of vendors to provide services will be affected, as they deal with effects of the pandemic. We will be keeping in touch with your vendors, and update you as needed.

As time goes on and we learn more, we will keep you updated. This is an event most of us have never experienced. However, we are all in this together and together we will persevere!

We thank you in advance for your patience!

Betsy Johns, Partner/CFO
Jim Foley, President/Partner
National Realty Partners, LLC

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Governor Northam Appoints NRP’s Jim Foley to CIC Board

Governor Northam Announces Administration Appointments

For Immediate Release: December 6, 2019

RICHMOND—Governor Ralph Northam announced additional appointments to his Administration today.

Office of the Chief Workforce Development Advisor

Meaghan Green, Special Assistant to the Chief Workforce Development Advisor
Meaghan Green has been appointed Special Assistant to the Chief Workforce Development Advisor. Meaghan previously served as Associate Communications Manager with the Virginia Economic Development Partnership and was a 2018 Governor’s Fellow in the Office of the Chief Workforce Development Advisor. Meaghan is a native of Richmond and graduated from the University of Chicago with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Public Policy.

Secretariat of Health and Human Resources

Catie Finley, Assistant Secretary of Health and Human Resources
Catie Finley has been appointed Assistant Secretary of Health and Human Resources. Prior to her appointment, Catie served as Professional Staff for the U.S. Senate Appropriations Committee, Subcommittee on Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies. She has also served as Director of Scheduling for U.S. Senator Barbara Mikulski and as a Staff Assistant for U.S. Senator Mark Warner. Catie is a Richmond native and graduated from the College of William & Mary with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics.

Secretariat of Public Safety and Homeland Security

Danielle Crowley, Homeland Security Policy Advisor to the Secretary of Public Safety and Homeland Security
Danielle Crowley has been appointed Homeland Security Policy Advisor to the Secretary of Public Safety and Homeland Security. Prior to her appointment, Danielle served as a Special Assistant for Constituent Services in the McAuliffe administration before transitioning to the Office of Public Safety and Homeland Security and being reappointed by Governor Northam. Danielle earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from Christopher Newport University and completed her Master’s degree in Intelligence and International Security at King’s College London. She also previously served as a Junior Fellow and Research Assistant at the Center for American Studies.

Michaela Mizrahi, Executive Assistant to the Secretary of Public Safety and Homeland Security
Michaela Mizrahi has been appointed Executive Assistant to the Secretary of Public Safety and Homeland Security. Prior to her appointment, she served as an intern and Legislative Fellow in the Virginia General Assembly and with the Office of the Secretary of the Commonwealth. Michaela is a graduate of Virginia Commonwealth University, where she earned Bachelor of Arts degrees in Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness and in Political Science with a concentration in International Relations.

Secretariat of the Commonwealth
Board Appointments

Advisory Board on Midwifery

  • Becky Banks, CPM of Sterling, Licensed Midwife and Owner, Little Star Birth Services, LLC
  • Natasha Jones* of Portsmouth, Licensed Professional Counselor and Licensed Substance Abuse Treatment Practitioner, Whole Village Counseling, Advocacy, Mental Health Services, LLC
  • Ami Keatts, MD* of Staunton, Physician

Board of Directors of the Virginia Recreational Facilities Authority

  • Kelvin C. Bratton* of Roanoke, Certified General Appraiser, City of Roanoke
  • Andrew Downs of Roanoke, Senior Regional Director, Appalachian Trail Conservancy
  • Joel Keebler of Roanoke, Higher Education Administrator, Virginia Tech

Board of Psychology

  • Sally Singer Brodsky of Reston, Licensed Clinical Psychologist, Retired
  • Christine Payne, BSN, MBA of James City County
  • Susan Brown Wallace, PhD* of Williamsburg, Psychologist, College of William & Mary

Board of Trustees of the Southern Virginia Higher Education Center

  • Mattie M. Cowan* of South Boston, CenturyLink Manager, Retired
  • The Honorable Dennis Witt* of Halifax County, Retired Superintendent, Halifax County Public Schools

Board of Visitors for Gunston Hall

  • Eileen Cassidy Rivera* of Alexandria
  • Tim Sargeant* of Fairfax
  • Ed Graber* of Fairfax

Common Interest Community Board

  • Jim Foley of Clifton, President, National Realty Partners, LLC
  • Dave S. Mercer, Esq. of Alexandria, MercerTrigiani LLP
  • Scott Sterling of McLean, Assistant to the President, IDI Group Companies

Commonwealth Council on Aging

  • John T. White, EdD, MSG, CDP of Richmond, Gerontologist

Statewide Independent Living Council

  • Leelynn Brady of Suffolk, Assistant to the Advocacy Coordinator, Aloha Independent Living Hawaii

Virginia Latino Advisory Board

  • Paul Berry* of Arlington, Director, Aegis Mobile
  • Diana Brown of Virginia Beach, Public School Administrator
  • Karina Kline-Gabel* of Harrisonburg, Lecturer of Spanish, James Madison University
  • Sergio Rimola, MD* of Herndon, Physician
  • Rodrigo Velasquez of Fairfax, Legislative Aide, Virginia House of Delegates
  • Walewska M. Watkins of Ashburn, Attorney, Legal Services of Northern Virginia
  • Cecilia Williams* of Fairfax, Spanish Instructor, Interpreter, and Translator

*denotes reappointment

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Job Posting: Onsite Community Manager in Vienna, VA!

Onsite Community Manager, Contemporary Luxury Condominium in Vienna, VA
Conveniently located next to the Vienna Metro Station
Full-Time, Full Benefits, Flexible Schedule, Salary Range dependent on experience and credentials

Acadia Condominium is currently seeking a dynamic, energetic team player to help manage the day to day operations, execute major community improvement projects and provide amazing customer service. This 167-unit residential community is located in Vienna off of I-66 and adjacent to the Vienna Metro Station. This community constructed in 2002-2003 as a contemporary luxury condominium complex offers many amenities including: Direct indoor access to clubhouse with recreation and sports center, swimming pool, indoor basketball court, 24 hour fitness room, golf simulator, game room with billiards, foosball, shuffleboard, theatre room, cyber cafe and computer lounge, three elevators, landscaped courtyard with pavilion, controlled access, underground assigned parking, separate inside loading dock, easy walk to Metro.

The ideal candidate will hold a CMCA and AMS designation, PCAM preferred from CAI. Previous onsite experience in the Common Interest Community field is a plus. Duties will include coordinating and managing the day to day activities including contract/contractor management, staff supervision, project supervision, work order submission and execution, managing chargebacks and working with all owners and residents.

Acadia Condominium is professionally managed by National Realty Partners, LLC (NRP) a two-year Washington Business Journal Best Places to Work Award Winner. NRP offers a competitive salary and benefits package including industry-related education reimbursements, opportunities to volunteer in industry related events and activities, medical/dental/vision insurance, paid vacation/holiday/paid time off, 401k with company match and great company culture.
Interested applicants should forward resumes to

NRP Employee Spotlight- July 2019

Libby Lane, our Director of Financial Services is our July 2019 Employee Spotlight recipient!

Her hard work and dedication have been key to the top-notch service provided by NRP’s financial team.

Thank you Libby!

NRP Spotlight- May 2019!

NRP Employee Spotlight for May 2019 is here!

We are thrilled to announce our Resale Coordinator and Administrative Assistant, Keyla Montano as our May 2019 Spotlight recipient. Keyla joined our administrative team back in June 2012 and has continued to play a significant role on the administrative team. Most recently her role has expanded to NRP’s Resale Coordinator, processing and handling resale disclosure packages.

Thank you Keyla for your continued hard work!


NRP supports our wounded warriors and first responders-Here is an opportunity for you to join us!

A message from Betsy Johns, Partner, NRP:

As many of you know, I ride with my bike team every year in the FACE OF AMERICA bike ride to benefit our wounded warriors and first responders.  This ride not only raises funds for the cause, but it goes to funding these incredible adaptive athletes to be able to ride alongside us, something that is critical to their recovery.  If you saw the 110-mile route we take from the Pentagon to Gettysburg, with all those rolling hills, you’d be amazed!  There are usually around 600 riders with 200 of them on bikes adapted for their individual needs such as hand cycles.  You can imagine how humbling it is for me to be struggling to climb yet another huge hill only to have a wounded warrior pass me on a hand cycle!  But it also makes me proud I’ve been part of something that has made this challenge possible for those we are so indebted to for our freedom and safety.

I’ve always been proud to be a top fundraiser, and I’m asking you to support my efforts- I’ll do the hard work!  Please click on the link below to go to my home page to read more about the ride and donate to the cause.

Also, this year I have a very special new teammate who, in her own right, is a champion adaptive athlete. Her name is Tara.    She is missing 1 leg and wins competitions all the time around the nation.  I met her one day and was just drawn to her spirit and can-do attitude.  I told her and her friend she needed to be on our team so she could be an inspiration.   She agreed.   I’d really like to see her up there with me as a top fundraiser.

If you’d like to read more about Tara, the “no limits” Tri-paw please click on the link below!  That’s right, she is a dog!  She will be spreading her inspiration and support at all our rest stops.  And can you imagine how great it would be if a dog raised more funds than the humans!!  It’s all for a great cause!

Betsy’s home page link:

Tara’s home page link:

Thank you so much everyone!

Betsy  Johns

NRP Employee Spotlight- March 2019

Our March NRP Employee Spotlight is here!

We are very proud to announce our Director of Client Accounts, Suzanne Allen as our March Spotlight recipient. Suzanne joined our accounting team in August 2018 and plays a vital role in the financial management needs of our clients.

Thank you Suzanne for your consistency and expertise at NRP!


NRP Gives Back- Potomac Watershed Cleanup on 4/13/19

NRP is sponsoring a cleanup site in Herndon at the Worldgate Service Storm Water Management Pond! For more information and how to register,

#bptw #nrpartners ♻️🌎

Spring Cleaning–Architectural Inspection Season!

Countdown to the official start of Spring…6 days! Now is a great opportunity to check the exterior of your home for any maintenance needs.

With annual exterior inspections beginning at the end of March, you may see NRP’s team of inspectors in your community. Be sure to say hello! 🏠🌳