CMAA Certification and Education

The Evergreen Chapterís mission is to support and facilitate the Professional Development of its Members.

Achieving certification starts by attending education opportunities at the local level.  Experienced managers that have fulfilled their National CMAA educational requirements often fall short of specific activity credits that can be achieved within our own community.  The Evergreen Chapter of CMAA is dedicated to providing opportunities to further your own applicable professional education while giving you the opportunity to obtain credits.  

With membership in CMAA National, you have access to CMAA University.  at www.cmaa-university.org, you can find everything from archived webinars, training for CMI Educational Credits to staff training for you and your employees.  Contact CMAA National for your login credentials (typically your membership number) and get involved! 

The Certified Club Manager (CCM) designation is a milestone achievement in the club professionals career path. 

 The Certified Chief Executive (CCE) designation was developed to recognize those managers who have shown the ability to successfully serve as the most senior manager in a club. The CCM designation is still the "hallmark of professionalism" within the club industry. The CCE designation is meant to augment the CCM designation, not replace it.

Congratulations to our Chapter Members who have met these qualifications! 

Maria Domann, CCM, CCE

Amy Foster, CCM

Tom Frets, CCM

Michael Frose, CCM

C. Bryon Hammock, CCM

Jeff Hilen, CCM

Marcus King, CCM, CCE

Bill McKibbin, CCM

Rich Spurlin, CCM, CCE

Christain Thon, CCM

If you have any questions regarding the path to certification or how local Evergreen Events can benefit your career path in the club industry, please contact Jordan Pitre at Jordanp@wingpointgolf.com

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