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CMAA Fellows Program Nominations Now Open

The CMAA Fellows Program is an honorary recognition program distinguishing those living CMAA members who epitomize the leadership, integrity, involvement, and contributions of club management professionals. These individuals have made significant contributions to the betterment of the profession and CMAA throughout their careers. Those selected as a “CMAA Fellow” are recognized as highly engaged individuals for their contributions to the profession and are called to continued service as mentors, facilitators, thought leaders, and champions within the club community. The first class of CMAA Fellows will be announced on February 1, 2019, and further honored at the 92nd  World Conference on Club Management in Nashville, TN. Nominations are now officially open, and are due by June 30

Listen: CMAA's First Podcast Released

Join Kyle Jennings, Manager, Communications & Student Development, and Melissa Low, Senior Director, Communications & Advocacy, for the inaugural episode of CMAA's podcast: Let's Talk Club Management.  In this installment , Kyle and Melissa speak with Jeff Morgan about his recent anniversary with CMAA, what he's learned in the past three and half years, the challenges he's faced along the way, and what he sees for the future of CMAA.

Conference Speaker Recommendations

Have you attended an education event recently and experienced a new speaker who you think would be an excellent speaker candidate for CMAA’s World Conference on Cub Management? If so, let us know! CMAA is currently seeking speaker proposals for the 2019 World Conference on Club Management  –  submissions for student sessions are welcome, too! If you know of a new and exciting speaker, please contact David McCabe and let him know so he can extend an invitation for them to submit a speaker proposal. The speaker proposal process closes on May 28, 2018.

BMI Sports & Recreation Management Set for January 2019
CMAA’s newest Business Management Institute, BMI Sports & Recreation Management will be a five-day, 40-hour intensive program designed for managers to explore all management aspects of a club’s recreational features and offerings in a comprehensive manner. This CCM qualifying elective course will be January 7-11, 2019, in Scottsdale, AZ. Learn more.

Club Management Magazine March/April 2018

New Issue of Club Management Magazine
March/April Edition: State of the Industry