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Chapter Presidents: Molly McLoughlin & Ron Ohler 
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Chapter Vice Presidents: Tasha Lam & Togo Tamura
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Chapter Secretary: Karolina Vass

Chapter Treasurer: Clair Coulter

Chapter Advisor: Mark McCarthy
Address: 335E Statler Hall
Office: (607) 255-1152

Portal Information


The Club Managers Association of America (CMAA) is the professional Association for managers of membership clubs. With close to 7,000 members across all classifications, our manager members run more than 3,000 country, golf, city, athletic, faculty, yacht, town and military clubs. The objectives of the Association are to promote and advance friendly relations among persons connected with the management of clubs and other associations of similar character; to encourage the education and advancement of its members; and to assist club officers and members, through their managers, to secure the utmost in efficient and successful operations.


College - Hotel

Administrator Use Only
Registration Status - 2017-18


Administrator Use Only
SAFC Tier FY18

Tier 3

Administrator Use Only

By completing this form, you are confirming that the majority of the members of this organization will be undergraduate students. If this is not accurate, please STOP NOW, and refer to the Student Organization Registration Page.


Organization Email *

Please use an email address that prospective members can email for more information.

Sport Club *

Organized for the purpose of furthering and promoting their interest in a particular sport or athletic activity. The club may be recreational, instructional, or competitive in nature.


Organization Address *

On campus address. Use advisor's office, if necessary.

344 Statler Hall

Organization Type *


Funding source(s) *

Check all that apply; SAFC or GPSAFC should not both be checked

  • SAFC
  • Alumni Funding
  • Fundraising
  • CU Department
  • Other Funding Sources. List other sources below (i.e. CUTonight, ISPB, etc.)
Purpose/Description *

Briefly describe the purpose of your organization.

Cornell CMAA strives to play a positive role in the School of Hotel Administration and on the Cornell Campus as an exemplary club by practicing the core values of our parent organization: Professionalism, Education, and Leadership, enforcing education in the field of Club Management through means of off and on-campus engagement, promoting the field of Club Management as a feasible career path or training path for students by assisting with employment and internships, and enabling networking opportunities between members of the chapter and professionals in the hospitality industry.

Meeting Information *

Please include day(s), time(s), and location(s) of your meetings.

Business Meetings: Every other Wednesday at 4:30PM in Statler Room 398. Refer to Calendar for additional meetings or the occasional change to meeting time.

Educational Programs: Ad hoc.

Selection Process

If your organization has selective membership, please describe the selection process. For example, indicate whether potential members must try out for a sport club, or audition to be part of a musical group, etc.

Members must fill out an application and pay dues to the national organization

President/Chairperson Full Name *

If your organization has more than one president/chairperson (or co-presidents), please list the additional officer(s) under the third or fourth officer below.

Ron Ohler

Treasurer Full Name *

Claire Coulter

Third Officer Title *

Co- President

Third Officer Full Name *

Molly McLoughlin

Fourth Officer Title *


Fourth Officer Full Name *

Karolina Vass

Advisor Full Name *

Because this is a university organization, the advisor acknowledges that it is part of their responsibilities to advise this organization. If this is not the case, the organization should be listed as an independent organization.

Mark McCarthy