The 2013-14 leadership of the Hospitality Financial and Technology Professionals includes the controllers of Bloomfield Hills CC, The Country Club, Pelican Isle Yacht Club and Sharon Hills Golf & Country Club, and the IT Director of Washington Duke Inn & Golf Club.
The club industry is well-represented among members of the new Global Executive Committee and Board of Directors of the Hospitality Financial and Technology Professionals (HFTP), the Austin, Texas-based professional organization. The new Committee and Board members, who officially began their 2013-14 term on November 1, represent a variety of hospitality industry segments, including clubs as well as hotels, academic and management companies.
The leadership groups will use their professional expertise to help guide the association as it carries out its strategic plan. Upcoming goals for the association include growing globally, successfully serving the current global membership and continued development of the Global Hospitality Accounting Common Practices (GHACP), and maintaining the top-notch education and resources for the hospitality finance and technology professional community.
These managers are representing their clubs and the club industry on the 2013-14 HFTP Global Board of Directors:
• Cheryl D. Brennan, CHAE, Controller, Bloomfield Hills Country Club, Bloomfield Hills, Mich.
• Rosemarie Gilchrist, CHAE, Controller, The Country Club, Pepper Pike, Ohio
• Laurie Jackson, CHAE, Controller, Pelican Isle Yacht Club, Naples, Fla.
• David Johnson, CHTP, Director of IT, Washington Duke Inn & Golf Club, Durham, N.C.
• Mick Nissen, CHAE, CHTP, Controller, Sharon Heights Golf & Country Club, Menlo Park, Calif.
In addition, HFTP announced that Daniel N. Conti, Jr., CHAE, CAM, Director of Finance of The Ritz Carlton Club & Residences in Jupiter, Fla. will serve as Vice President of the association’s 2013-14 Global Executive Committee.
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