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Jeffrey D. Morgan Named Chief Executive Officer

Jeffrey D. Morgan, FASAE, CAE, has been named chief executive officer of CMAA following unanimous approval by its Board of Directors. After an extensive search, Morgan was selected from nearly 200 qualified candidates and begins his tenure in October. Read more.

Register by August 14 for 2014 LLC

Join CMAA leaders from around the country, September 6-8, 2014, at Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center in National Harbor, MD (Washington, DC area), for this intimate event for chapter and national officers seeking new and fresh ideas for chapter management and leadership development. Act by August 14 to take advantage of early bird registration pricing. Already registered? Don’t forget to make your hotel reservations and make your dinner plans in National Harbor or Old Town Alexandria for Saturday night.

The 2014 Finance and Operations Report Is Now Available

The 2014 Finance and Operations Report, powered by Club Benchmarking and produced with Bronze Alliance Partner McGladrey, is now available. Survey participants, Club Benchmarking subscribers and PCS subscribers all receive a complimentary copy. The report may also be purchased online through Club Benchmarking.

Olympic CEO and Club Manager John Furlong to Headline 2014 LLC

John Furlong has been described as a sports hero, nation builder and the ultimate crisis manager. Known for his masterful storytelling and innovative leadership style, he continues to inspire, regaling audiences with the many remarkable and fascinating stories behind the 2010 Winter Olympic Games held in Vancouver. In his career, Furlong has a varied background, including as a club management professional. Furlong will open day two of LLC on Sunday, September 7, as the Leadership Address. Registration is now open at www.cmaa.org/llc.

EPA’s New Waters of the US Rule Comment Deadline Extended

After receiving public comment regarding the complexity of the proposed rule, the Environmental Protection Agency has agreed to amend the public comment deadline for Defining the Waters of the United States Under the Clean Water Act to October 20. CMAA is participating in a task force with cross-profession representatives to submit industry comments regarding the rule. Learn how you can submit comments in the Legislative Report blog.

 

We are sad to report the passing of W.R. "Red" Steger, CCM. Involved in the club management field for his entire career, Red had served as General Manager of River Oaks Country Club, Houston, TX, for more than 30 years, served as President of the Texas Lone Star Chapter twice (1958 and 1974) and as President of the CMAA Board of Directors in 1987.

 

After 45 years in the industry, Red retired and began his second career to help usher in the next generation of club managers. Instrumental in the starting of The Club Foundation, Red worked tirelessly on the initial campaign to raise $3M, money that is used to provide scholarships and education opportunities to our industry. Red served on The Club Foundation Board of Governors for many years and at the time of his passing was a Governor Emeritus.

 

A member of CMAA for more than 64 years, Red was also a CCM (Certified Club Manager), an Honor Society member, one of the founders of the CMAA Wine Society and a mentor to countless club managers. He will be missed.

 

 

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