Antonio (Tony) Gioventu is the executive director and strata property adviser for the Condominium Home Owners' Association of B.C. (CHOA). He brings 25 years' of experience in management, real estate development, construction, building operations, and strata property legislation to this position.
Tony is editor of the CHOA Journal, which is published quarterly by the association and has a provincewide circulation of more than 10,000 copies.
Tony's experience and knowledge have been recognized by his appointment as a consumer representative and acting chair of the Provincial Advisory Council to the Homeowner Protection Office, appointment to the board of directors of the Homeowner Protection Office and the B.C. Building Envelope Council. Tony is a regular industry speaker and guest lecturer at over 35 annual conferences and seminars throughout B.C., is a regular guest speaker on Realty TV (a City TV program), and an author of publications on strata bylaws and governance.
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