Mid America Chapter

  of the Club Managers Association of America

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Chapter Meets at Meadowbrook Country Club
Thank you Kris & Emilee!

Kris Nelson and Emilee Juhn hosts the Mid-America Chapter for our monthly meeting at Meadowbrook Country Club. Above Emilee is introducing her staff for the special evening.


Shown below: Brad Steele - Vice President of Government Relations for NCA speaks to chapter on compliance with the latest government rules and regulations. Not Pictured: Jeff McFadden from the Union League Club of Philadelpha gave an excellent presentation on club leadership.

 (pictured below) Michael Mally CCM is pinned by Mid America Chapter President/National Director Mark Bado MCM as a member of the National Honor Society. This recognition symbolizes a lifelong commitment to excellence in the field of private club management. Those who achieve membership in CMAA's Honor Society have proven to be the true leaders of the club management field.The accomplishment of this honor is a tribute to the professionalism of these honorees and a challenge to those who have not yet attained this recognition.


 Mid America Chapter Serving Club Managers Since 1955


The Mid-America Chapter of CMAA was chartered in 1955, assisting managers and clubs within the Midwest community. The purposes of the Chapter are to provide education to persons connected with the management of clubs and other associations of similar character, to promote and encourage efficient and successful club management and to advance friendly and gratifying relations among its members. The national Club Managers Association of America CMAA is the professional association for managers at the country's leading clubs. Membership in CMAA affords managers unparalleled resources, professional growth and the most extensive and well-respected certification program in the club industry.

The comprehensive Lifetime Professional Development program enables managers to be proficient in CMAA's Ten Core Competency areas:

  • Club Governance
  • Food and Beverage Management
  • Accounting & Financial Management
  • Human & Professional Resources
  • Leadership
  • Membership & Marketing
  • Golf, Sports & Recreation Management
  • External & Governmental Management
  • Facilities Management
  • Interpersonal Skills

  Additionally, CMAA has more club-specific resources available to enhance the operation of your club. If your general manager, assistant manager or other staff members are not actively involved in CMAA, please encourage them to contact CMAA today.

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Next Meeting:

Shadow Glen Golf and CC

October 27th, Monday 8:30 Arrival

Sue Willman - Spencer Fane - Human & Professional Resources


Damon DiOrio CCM CCE

President Deanna Holaday

Tony D'Errico CCM CCE, Mark Bado MCM,  Damon DiOrio CCM CCE