Logan Bushman, President
Class of 2015
My name is Logan Bushman and I am currently a junior at the University of Delaware. Not knowing anything about the club industry, last year I decided to join CMAA and it has led me to gaining many friends, networking opportunities, leadership experience, and hospitality knowledge. I have also just complete a Seasonal Foods Internship at Preakness Hills Country Club in Wayne, New Jersey. I look forward to taking all my past experiences to work hard on being the best president possible this year, and learning even more along the way.
Sara Remmell, Vice President
Class of 2016
My name is Sara Remmell, and I am a sophomore in the HRIM major with a Performance Studies minor. I am from Newark, Delaware and have lived here my whole life. I am currently the Vice President of the CMAA chapter at the University of Delaware. I am looking forward to recruiting new members as well as planning new volunteer events and road rallies to keep current members interested and involved in our school's chapter. Due to the fact that the Managers Appreciation Dinner is now in the spring, I am greatly looking forward to utilizing the extra time we will have in planning and executing this year's event.
Patrick Sears, Treasurer
Class of 2016
Hi I'm Patrick Sears and I'm a sophomore at the University of Delaware. I have been involved in CMAA since the beginning of freshman year. I hope to be a good successor to the incredible work of Jennifer Turowski, Class of 2013, as Treasurer. After a busy year with two Managers Appreciation Dinners and Golf Outings, I am really looking forward to what another year of CMAA will bring.
Guido Iammatteo, Public Relations
Class of 2015
My name is Guido Iammatteo and I will be a junior at the University of Delaware in the fall of 2013. As the elected Public Relations Chairman for the 2013-2014 academic year, I am excited to prove to the university why CMAA here at UD is an organization worth getting involved in. With a handful of different tactics to reach out and capture the attention of newly admitted students and/or simply those unaware of CMAA, I look forward to bringing in new faces. By keeping up with national CMAA headlines, I will do my best to ensure that our chapter keeps progressing in the right direction. Ultimately, keeping those new faces coming back time after time and inspiring our chapter’s future leaders to think critically and innovatively in an industrial organization is my goal.
Allie Hanik, Events Coordinator
Class of 2014
My name is Allie Hanik and I have been part of the Blue Hen Chapter for three years. The leadership experience and networking opportunities that CMAA has given me will help me with a successful career in club management. As the out going president for the 2012-2013 school year, CMAA has taught me what hard work and commitment truly mean. I look forward to continuing that hard work by mentoring the younger members in the student chapter, as well as organizing volunteer opportunities and events as this year's Events Coordinator for CMAA. I am looking forward to another successful and educational year in the Blue Hen Chapter!
My name is Megan Munoz. As a senior, I cannot believe how fast time has flown with CMAA. Being a part of this amazing organization since freshman year has truly enhanced my experience at UD and has helped me grow in my hospitality career. Furthermore, it has introduced me to new people I will connect with for a long time to come. From our Annual Appreciation Dinner to our volunteer work, there is never a dull moment in CMAA and I love seeing our hard work pay off. I hope this year to really enhance our Alumni Relations. I specifically hope to connect our Alumni with our club members on a consistent basis! I am looking forward to seeing younger members take on leadership roles in the club as well this year!
Morgan West, Webmaster
Class of 2014
My experience with UD CMAA has been positive to say the least. I have held positions on the Executive Board as our Public Relations Chair, our Events Coordinator, and now our Webmaster. CMAA has provided me with endless opportunities for knowledge and growth within the private club industry, and I am proud to say I am a member of CMAA at the University of Delaware. As part of my last year in UD CMAA, I want to continue to grow the Blue Hen Chapter and expose even more students to the amazing opportunities this association provides!