The Club Managers Association of America’s CCE designation was developed to recognize those who have shown the ability to successfully serve as the most senior manager in a club.
The Club Managers Association of America has named 30 new Certified Chief Executives. 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.
Meant to augment the Certified Club Manager designation, seen as the “hallmark of professionalism” in the club industry, the CCE requires managers to maintain Professional or Retired Professional membership status in the Association, to have achieved theCCM designation, to have obtained Honor Society status, to have successfully completed Business Management Institutes IV and V, and to have served as the top executive in a club for a minimum of five years.
The following members successfully met all CCE requirements:
The Club Managers Association of America would like to extend sincere congratulations to its newly certified members and encourage them to continue their professional development in the future. For more information on the CCE designation and requirements, visit www.cmaa.org/Certification.aspx.