Jack B. Hanson
Jack Hanson, MBA, LCAM, is the President and CEO of The Melrose Management Partnership based in Orlando, Florida, providing professional management services to multiple Community Associations throughout the state of Florida. Having worked in community management for over 20 years, Jack is an established HOA expert and provides thought leadership to a number of professional affiliations throughout the industry.
A graduate of the University of Central Florida with a bachelor’s degree in business administration, Jack also holds an MBA from the University of Florida as well as the designation of Licensed Community Association Manager from the State of Florida.
Jack’s successful history in entrepreneurship and within the community management domain has made him a sought after mentor for those aspiring to attain both personal and professional success. His book, Power Principles for Success – Volume 2 reached bestseller status this year and is a compilation of success principles for a life of health, wealth, happiness and prosperity. Jack co-wrote this book with a select group of business leaders from a myriad of industries including his personal mentor, best-selling author, Brian Tracy
Continuously gaining industry and media acclamation, Jack has been featured on Bay News 9 and Fox News in the Florida market as well as receiving national exposure from publications such as the New York Business Journal, The Miami Herald, Reuters, the San Francisco Business Times as well as other high profile business news sources. He has received attention from television sites including ABC, NBC, CBS and Fox affiliates across the country and has been featured on the Brian Tracy Show to further discuss success acumens for life, entrepreneurship, and the property management industry. Additionally, his personal trade insights were recently published in the article “Good Things in Small Packages” for the Community Manager January-February 2015 issue. Outside of work, Jack is involved with a number of local and national charitable organizations through his non-profit, The Melrose Foundation.