Meet the Team

Community Manager
Stuart Tyrrell
Stuart brings over 20 years’ experience of management in resorts and country club communities in Florida to his role as your Community Manager. He moved to Austin in 2013 to serve as General Manager at a luxury high-rise condominium in the downtown area.
Stuart grew up in the NE suburbs of London. He holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Keele, and taught geography and physical education before moving to the U.S. to continue his studies. He holds a master’s degree from Florida State University, and is also certified as a Licensed Community Association Manager (Florida), a Certified Club Manager, and a Certified Chief Executive (by the Club Manager’s Association of America).
Stuart is married to his wife, Ann Marie, and they have two four-legged canine children, Finnegan and Yogi. When not working they like traveling, golfing, hiking, skiing, biking, dining out, and listening to live music. They have recently become season ticket holders for Austin FC, continuing Stuart’s love of soccer, though he calls it football! Stuart is a big believer in giving back by volunteering and has given his time over the years to dog rescue, marine life rehabilitation and education, and since moving to Austin to the Central Texas Food Bank.
Administrative Coordinator
Valerie Adkins 
Valerie brings 30+ years experience in administration to the Heritage team.  She most recently held a guest services coordinator position role in the corporate housing industry. Among the other administrative positions that she has held was as a store manager in the self-storage industry.   During Valerie's leisure time she enjoys spending time with her eight grandchildren, trips to the Texas coast, bowling and playing Putt-Putt Golf.  Valerie lives in Hutto with her Chihuahua, Ruby. Valerie describes herself as having a 'service heart'! She is thankful for the opportunity to serve and assist the residents of Heritage at Vizcaya.
Lifestyle Director
Ali Vonal
Ali manages all aspects of our Lifestyle program. Before joining our team, Ali was a professional photographer and the managing editor for the lifestyle magazine in the Metropolitan D.C. area. When Ali is not planning the next great event for the residents of Heritage at Vizcaya, he loves to play guitar, take photos and travel around the country with his wife and two dogs.
Community Standards Coordinator
Michael Larson
Michael's two main responsibilities are firstly, to manage the Modification Application packet submissions to the ARC by answering questions and providing information to residents on the rules for making modifications to the outside of homes or to yards in Vizcaya. His second main responsibility is to make sure that all residents are consistently complying with the rules as contained in the CCR's and Design Guidelines. Our Design Guidelines mirror the Texas Property Code, and the consistent enforcement of these rules is one of the most important jobs that we have in order to protect the appearance of the community and the value of our residents homes. You can contact Michael at the email address listed above, or by calling him at the Association Office at 737-209-8650
Here below are Michael's own words describing his background and life journey so far.
'Following in the creative footprints of my parents, I first explored the intriguing world of the arts at a young age. Experimenting with video projects in high school led me to a major in Film at Temple University. In my senior year at Temple I discovered the next passion in my life while studying abroad in Rome, after having previously volunteered for Habitat for Humanity in Romania...Global Outreach! Over the next 10 years I pursued a career in social studies in conjunction with traveling. I worked and lived in New York City, Vermont, South Korea, and ultimately returned home to Philadelphia. This professional journey culminated in India where I helped run an orphanage/school for homeless children - one of the greatest experiences of my life!
I have recently moved to Texas with my girlfriend, who is a Texan, dog and cat. I have never lost my love for art through all this, and these days I paint 'internal landscapes' for fun!'
Front Desk Attendant
Blanca Gillis
Front Desk Attendant
Cathy Moran
Cathy comes to Heritage with over 40 years administrative experience in a variety of office settings.  She retired from state employment after 30 years and came to Heritage in the fall of 2016.  Cathy enjoys working with the office team, and she really enjoys the opportunity to help the Heritage residents with their needs at the Lodge. She has lived in Round Rock since 1991, and shares her home with her daughter, three grandchildren, their Chihuahua, and a few backyard chickens.  
Maintenance Technician
Ray Brown
Ray is the newest member of our Vizcaya team, having started as our first maintenance technician in November 2021. Ray's responsibilities are not just for the Heritage community, but for all of the Vizcaya community amenities and common areas. Ray comes to us after 21 years in the Marine Corps, where he achieved the rank of Gunnery Sergeant while trainging and supervizing all personnel within the utilities occupation field. Ray's maintenance experience and skills allow us to complete a lot of the regular maintenance of the amenities and common areas in-house and not have to rely on outside contractors. Ray says that he is now "enjoying spending time with his beautiful wife Missy, and being the proud father of five children." 
CCMC proudly provides community management services to Heritage at Vizcaya Community Association. For 45 years, CCMC has been in the business of transforming the way people think and feel about homeowner associations. Today, the company provides lifestyle and community association management services to more than 200 of the country’s most successful planned communities.

At CCMC, our purpose is to create experiences that connect people in the neighborhoods where they live and offices where we work. This means putting service first, encouraging engagement and infusing life with fun! No wonder communities across the country have trusted us to transform households into homes, and turn neighbors into friends.

No matter where you live, or how much money you make, you should have the chance to live in a place that feels like home.