The Nominating Committee of the Club Managers Association of America (CMAA) has released the 2010 slate of candidates for officers and directors. Mr. Ronald Banaszak, CCM, General Manager/Chief Operating Officer of the St. Francis Yacht Club (www.stfyc.com) has been nominated as a Board of Director for the 2010 election.
The CMAA has more than 6,000 members, spanning the entire United States as well as Canada, South America, Australia, Europe and as far as South Africa.
As a dedicated and active member of the CMAA since 1995, Banaszak has volunteered for many committees and special projects which prepared him for his term as President of the Southern California Chapter of the CMAA. In 2008, the four California Chapters merged into one large Golden State Chapter of the CMAA.
Banaszak believes in the importance of the ongoing education that CMAA provides for its members. “Our focus needs to remain on fulfilling the educational needs of the members, as well as continuing to foster an environment of camaraderie and keeping the bar set very high as it relates to professionalism,” he states. “By living and enhancing these standards, our association will perpetuate its reputation as the leader that others will follow and emulate.”
“Our association needs volunteers on the Board that can lead, and leadership is a skill CMAA has a track record of developing in its members. Being a product of this leadership development, I am confident this is the area I can best serve CMAA,” says Banaszak. His nomination to CMAA is supported by the Board of Directors of the Golden State Chapter, the Board of the St. Francis Yacht Club, as well as his wife and children.
More information about Ronald Banaszak and his campaign can be found at: