2012 Jan 31
Alexandria, VA – January 31, 2012 – The Club Foundation is pleased to announce the recipients of the 2012 Willmoore H. Kendall Scholarships:
- David Banks, The Club at Natomas Park, Sacramento, CA;
- Andrew Cornesky, San Diego Yacht Club, San Diego, CA;
- Alexandra Dixon, Lake Toxaway Country Club; Lake Toxaway, NC; and
- Robert A. Parody, Sea Pines Country Club, Hilton Head Island, SC.
The Club Foundation established the Willmoore H. Kendall Scholarship in memory of CMAA Past President Bill Kendall. The scholarship provides tuition support to mid-management professionals who are interested in pursuing the Certified Club Manager (CCM) designation. Recipients of this valuable scholarship receive the tuition costs associated with CMAA’s Business Management Institutes (BMI) including BMI I, BMI II, BMI III, BMI Food and Beverage or BMI Golf Management (if required for certification eligibility) and the Certification Review Course and other CCM associated fees.
“The Club Foundation congratulates these individuals for their commitment to lifetime professional development and drive for excellence,” says Seth Gregg, COO, The Club Foundation. “The Club Foundation provides these scholarships through the continued generosity and support of CMAA members, chapters and Corporate Advantage Program partners who provide the resources necessary to maintain these scholarships.”
For more information, please visit www.clubfoundation.org.
About The Club Foundation - The Club Foundation, a 501(c)(3) organization, was established by CMAA in 1988. It supports the advancement of club management professionals, funding industry education programs through scholarships and grants.
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.