2011 June 8
Alexandria, VA – June 8, 2011 – The Club Managers Association of America is proud to announce today that it has named six new Certified Club Managers. The CCM title indicates that a club manager has completed a rigorous course of study and training and shows a dedication to, proficiency and expertise in the club industry.
The CCM designation has been the hallmark of professionalism in club management since 1965 and is the cornerstone of CMAA’s member recognition program. It is a valuable and widely-respected mark of a manager’s commitment to professional development and the club industry. In order to receive the CCM, one must be an active CMAA member for at least five years, invest time in the education requirements, attend at least one World Conference and maintain activity in their local chapter. After these conditions have been met, the individual must pass the CCM Exam. Attainment of the CCM title shows a long-term commitment to professional development and club management.
The following members have successfully passed the CCM Exam:
- Jason Clarke, CCM, Toronto Lawn Tennis Club, Ontario, CANADA;
- Baldemar Gama, CCM, Country Club of New Canaan, New Canaan, CT;
- Donna Lowe, CCM, Lake Merced Golf Club, Daly City, CA;
- Randy Moncrieff, CCM, St. Thomas Golf and Country Club, Ontario, CANADA;
- J. Luis Nunez, CCM, Glen Head Country Club, Glen Head, NY; and
- Gerard Volack, CCM, Burlingame Country Club, Hillsborough, CA.
The Club Managers Association of America would like to extend sincere congratulations to its newly certified members and encourage them to continue their professional development in the future. For more information on the CCM designation and requirements, please visit www.cmaa.org/Certification.aspx.
About CMAA - The Club Managers Association of America is the professional Association for managers of membership clubs. CMAA has close to 7,000 members across all classifications. Manager members run more than 3,000 country, golf, city, athletic, faculty, yacht, town and military clubs. The objectives of the Association are to promote and advance friendly relations among persons connected with the management of clubs and other associations of similar character; to encourage the education and advancement of members; and to assist club officers and members, through their managers, to secure the utmost in efficient and successful operations.