Castle Group VP Joins Families First of Palm Beach County Foundation Board

Plantation, FL – June 28, 2016 – Castle Group (, Florida’s choice for community management, is proud to announce Jordan Goldman, Castle Group Vice President, has been appointed to the Families First of Palm Beach County Foundation, Inc. Board of Directors. The Foundation was created by Families First in 2012 to help cultivate resources for the 26-year-old organization so it can continue for many years in the future. Families First of Palm Beach County provides services in the areas of child abuse prevention, health and behavioral health to families and children in Palm Beach County.

“The mission of CastleCares℠, which is to serve children and families in need, aligns perfectly with the initiatives that Families First undertakes” said Goldman. “I am excited for this opportunity and look forward to working with the Board to ensure that the success of Families First continues many years into the future”.

Goldman originally joined Castle in 2012 as the Director of Business Development. Prior to joining Castle, he held several leadership positions for one of the nation’s largest homebuilders. He has over 15 years of real estate development, construction and property management experience.

Goldman holds a B.S. degree in Business Administration with concentrations in finance and marketing from the University of Central Florida. He is also a licensed Community Association Manager.

About Castle Group

Castle Group is Florida’s choice for Community Management, specializing in serving the finest Condominium and Homeowner Associations throughout the state.  The company’s philosophy is an unwavering focus on the Resident experience; at Castle it is called Royal Service℠. Castle is owned by CPAs that oversee a powerful combination of incredible people, streamlined systems, and advanced technology.  Since no two properties are identical, Castle has created a menu of services that allows customers to create a solution that fits their needs. Castle does not manage an exceptional number of communities, just a number of exceptional ones.