Association Leadership 2019-2020
Thursday, October 10, 2019
PCMA President 2019-2020
The PCMA leadership team is excited and honored to welcome our new incoming association president, Marianne Schofield, Director of First Impressions at the Ford Plantation in Richmond Hill, GA.
Marianne has been an active member of PCMA since joining, attending conference annually and volunteering as a conference ambassador. She achieved her CMP designation in 2017 and went on to serve her peers locally taking on the role of president for the South Carolina / Georgia Lowcountry Chapter of PCMA.
As president of her local chapter, Marianne grew the chapter membership and expanded their programming. As association vice president this past year she supported the PCMA leadership team in launching their first association management software. And, most recently she contributed generously within a panel education session during our 24th Annual Conference focused on membership engagement.
We feel so fortunate to continue working closely with Marianne in the upcoming year, and grateful for the support of her club in allowing time to be spent with PCMA. Marianne brings great energy, patience and tremendous leadership perspective to our team.
PCMA Vice President 2019-2020
In the coming year Marianne's efforts will be supported by association vice president, Kris Butterfield, Membership Director at Bethesda Country Club in Bethesda, MD.
Kris is dedicated to professional development, earning her CMP in 2015, and MCMP in 2018. And, she has been committed to serving her peers locally through various chapter leadership positions. When recommending Kris for this opportunity, her chapter spoke of her vibrancy and commitment to valuable programming as president of the Greater Washington DC Chapter of PCMA. Bethesda Country Club members complimented her ability to balance empathy and professionalism when presented with difficult situations.
We are excited to be welcoming Kris to our leadership team and are confident she will bring tremendous value in influencing our programming.