Martin Newby, Founder
Martin has been in the Manufactured housing/RV Industry for over 41 years. In addition to founding Newby Management in 1975 he has been active in both national and state manufactured housing organizations at various levels working to improve the industry. One of his many accomplishments was to spearhead the “1st in Excellence Program” for the national organization Manufactured Housing Educational Institute. The “1st in Excellence Program” measures resident satisfaction, community appearance, and education.
Tim Newby, Chairman of the Board
Tim has over 31 years of hands-on experience in both the Manufactured Housing and Recreational Vehicle Industry. His experience within these industries started as an operator of three RV retail centers and quickly migrated through property management and ten years later was promoted to President/CEO and Owner of Newby Management. His experience, combined with his education in real estate management and participation in national and state committees, qualifies him as a leader in the area of property management. Tim is also a licensed professional sales consultant and real estate broker.
Todd Newby, CEO
Todd has had over 27 years experience in community operation including the management of a 217 site RV community and a 946-site manufactured home community. Todd serves as the President/Owner running the company’s day-to-day functions. Todd is a Certified Pool Operator (CPO), Accredited Community Manager (ACM), Professional Housing Consultant (PHC), Community Association Manager (CAM), and licensed real estate broker.
John Hall, President
John was active in Retail Management for 17 years before joining the Newby team. He began a career in the Supermarket industry as a Bagger and ultimately became a Store Manger where he oversaw the operation of a Supermarket generating over 17 million in total sales annually with 85 employees. He was recognized twice as a Store Manager of the Year for the Pinellas County District of stores. John is a licensed Community Association Manager (CAM). He currently manages land lease communities and resident owned communities.
Janet Johnson, Director of Human Resources
Janet has an extensive background in Human Resource affairs, and has worked in a variety of industries including healthcare and heavy industrial construction. Her area of expertise in the human resource field includes talent management, organizational development, training and development, and leadership and management coaching. Prior to joining Newby Management, she served as the Director of Human Resources at Westminster Towers & Shores. Additionally, she worked at Performance Technical Services (PTS) as the Human Resource Director for 16 years, where she managed the full spectrum of HR operations, systems, and programs within the company. Janet holds a bachelor’s degree in education from University of South Florida. She also is certified as a Professional in Human Resources (PHR) by the HR Certification Institute (HRCI). She served as an officer on the Safety Committee for Southeastern Construction Owners and Associates Roundtable (SCOAR). Janet maintains active membership in Sarasota Human Resource Association (SHRA) and Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM).
Barry Campbell, Regional Manager
Barry comes to Newby Management after nearly 20 years in full-time ministry and many years in the road construction industry. Additionally, his volunteer training and experiences in disaster relief, fire/rescue services, and mission work is a great asset as he serves the communities of Newby Management.
Joel Weaver, Regional Manager
Joel is a licensed Community Association Manager (CAM) and manages the Newby Management RV communities. He has his degree in Bible from Bob Jones University and has spent the last 39 years as a missionary in Kenya, East Africa. While on the mission field he has been a church planter as well as operating a number of camp/conference centers (100 acre, multiple building infrastructures). He would oversee the development and construction of the properties supervising 50 -120 employees. These centers catered to the youth of Kenya, many from disadvantaged homes, as well as a training center for pastors. Joel enjoys the “hands on” approach to management.