Jason P. Koenigsfeld, Ph.D., CHE, is the Senior Vice President of Professional Development for the Club Managers Association of America (CMAA). Jason graduated from the UNLV in 2003. Jason went on to receive his Master of Science degree in 2005 (while working full time) and his Doctor of Philosophy degree in 2007 from Auburn University. His doctorate dissertation helps establish the basis for club management professional development and certification programs in the United States as well as globally.
Jason has conducted numerous education sessions on a plethora of topics including leadership, delegation, organizational behavior and change, and strategic planning for the Club Managers Association of Southern Africa, the Club Managers Association of Europe, the China Chapter of CMAA, the Canadian Society of Club Managers, The Private Club Alliance of Russia, Golf Managers of New Zealand, The Colombian Club Managers Association as well as CMAA. Jason has published several articles in both academic peer reviewed journals as well as trade magazines.
Most importantly, Jason is a proud father of Riley Cash Koenigsfeld born September 20, 2014. Jason and Riley spend lots of time singing War Eagle (Auburn’s fight song) to ensure Riley grows up properly; cheering for the Auburn Tigers.
You can contact Jason on [email protected]
MDP sessions delivered:
- Governance, MDP 1
- Lessons to prevent organisational schizophrenia, MDP 3