Board Role for CMAA Chief Morgan

Jeff Morgan, CEO of the Club Managers Association of America.

Alexandria, Virginia, United States: Jeff Morgan, Chief Executive Officer of the Club Managers Association of America (CMAA) and The Club Foundation (CF), has been invited to join the Board of Directors for Tee It Up for the Troops (TIUFTT) for a three-year term.
TIUFTT is a non-profit organisation committed to honour, respect, remember and support all those who serve(d) in the Armed Forces for the United States.
Since October 1, 2014, Morgan has served as CEO of the CMAA and CF. He is an association executive who has held various executive management positions in trade and professional associations for more than 25 years.
A Pennsylvania native, Morgan holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Business with a focus on finance and technology from Susquehanna University and a Master of Science in non-profit management. Morgan is a Certified Association Executive and a member and Fellow of the American Society of Association Executives.
CMAA and CF have been long-time contributors and supporters to Tee It Up for the Troops.
Since 2008, The Club Foundation has donated more than US$128,000 to support its mission. Individually, many CMAA members have hosted TIUFTT fund-raising events at their clubs around the country.
Tim Wegscheid, Tee It Up for the Troops’ President and Executive Director, said: “We are pleased to add Jeff to our organisation and are confident that his skills, areas of expertise, and significant connections will make us a stronger organisation as we strive to honour and support America’s military heroes.”
Founded in 2005, TIUFTT has hosted more than 415 golf fund-raising events across the nation and has donated more than US$9 million to over 325 veteran service organisations that provide critically needed services to help veterans to heal, transition, grow and thrive.
Their financial support is targeted across the most pressing areas of veterans’ needs including: employment, suicide prevention, treatment of PTSD and TBI, sports rehabilitation, housing, and family/care-giver support.
Morgan said: “I’m honoured to share my talents to benefit this great organisation and help to further the mission to honour, remember, respect and support all those who serve(d) in the Armed Forces for our great nation.”

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