Meryl Bornheim Joins Jim Chapman Communities as Controller

Meryl Bornheim Joins Jim Chapman Communities as Controller

Meryl Bornheim has joined Jim Chapman Communities, metro Atlanta’s premier 55+ homebuilder, as Controller, announced Jim Chapman, founder and CEO of the company. In her new role, Bornheim will work with the JCC team on budgeting, forecasting, accounting and analysis as the company continues to build home communities in Buckhead and Cobb, Forsyth, Dawson, Hall, North Fulton and Cherokee Counties.

"Meryl will be an excellent asset to our team," said Chapman. "She has experience in the home building industry working as a Fund Controller and Senior Financial Analyst. Plus, she is an Atlanta native and has a deep knowledge of the metro area’s neighborhoods and home trends."

Bornheim, a CPA, is a graduate of both the University of Georgia and Kennesaw State University. She currently lives in Vinings, Ga.

About Jim Chapman Communities

Jim Chapman Communities is metro Atlanta’s premier 55+ homebuilder, with a number of active adult communities under development throughout the Atlanta area, including Buckhead, Vinings, Cobb County, Forsyth County, North Fulton and Cherokee Counties. The firm was founded by Atlanta native Jim Chapman specifically to serve the active 55+ market. A Certified Professional Home Builder, Chapman is deeply committed to the success of the U.S. home building industry and devotes his time to local, regional and national industry organizations. He served as the Chair of NAHB’s 55+ Housing Industry Council and is currently serving as the Vice-Chair of the NAHB’s Land Development Committee for 2018. Chapman is the Founding Chairman of the ALL Home Program, a voluntary statewide certification created by the Home Builders Association of Georgia to promote accessibility and universal design. He has been named 2018 President of the Greater Atlanta Home Builders Association and was named 2018 "55+ Builder of the Year" by the NAHB. For more information, visit or call (770) 434-3602.

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