(Back row, left to right): Jeff Morgan, FASAE, CAE, CMAA CEO; Robert James, CCM, CCE, CHE; Randy Ruder, CCM, CCE; Bobby Crifasi, CCM, CCE, CPA; Ted Gillary, CCM, CCE; Donna Otis, CCM, CCE; (Front row, left to right): Tim Minahan, CCM, CCE; Terra Waldron, CCM, CCE; Kevin Holleran; Jim James, CCM; Burt Ward, CCM, CCE; Nicholas LaRocca; Mark Bado, MCM, CCE. Not pictured Skip Avery, CCM, CCE and Barry Symons.
Seth Gregg is the SVP, Business Development for Club Management Association of America (CMAA). He runs all non-dues revenue generation areas for the association to include, corporate partnerships and sponsorships, exhibitions and club resources. In addition, he has oversight of the 501 © 3 Philanthropic Foundation, a subsidiary of CMAA. Seth brings his wide range of experience and resources to both the association and the foundation through many years of honing his skills in business development, finance and overall management.
Prior to CMAA, he worked in the education industry at different posts including business developer, financier, general manager and consultant. As Vice President of Capacity Building for the National Charter School Alliance in Alexandria, VA, he was responsible for the development and management of all activities associated with increasing the capacity of state charter organizations and local charter schools. Prior to that, Seth served as Principal to Education Capital Markets, Inc., a niche investment banking firm focused exclusively in the education market space. Here, he gained significant experience in strategic and business planning in both non-profit and for-profit ventures.
Seth is a graduate of Clemson University where he earned a bachelor’s degree in finance. Currently, he resides with his wife and two children in Oak Hill, VA. When he is not commuting to work, you will find him entertaining his children or playing golf, tennis or other sporting activity he can find.
As the Director of Development for The Club Foundation, Carrie is responsible for all fundraising initiatives from individual giving and capital campaigns to special events and everything in between. In addition, together with the Club Foundation Allocation Committee, she is responsible for the scholarship and grants program. Carrie has a strong background in event planning, marketing and fundraising. Most recently, she served as the Director of Brand Events for Alex and Ani, a retailer based in New England. Prior to that, she was the Director of Special Events at the Corcoran Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C. She has an MBA from George Mason University and a BA in English from Chestnut Hill College. She resides in Northern Virginia where she enjoys cheering for the Washington Redskins, spending time with her friends and family and traveling the world.