Bill McMahon, Sr. AIA, OAA
Bill is a strategic, financial and architectural planning consultant to communities and club-like-facilities throughout North America. He established McMahon Group in 1983 as an affiliate of the family architectural firm his grandfather founded in 1906.
Mr. Vain provides consulting and planning services to communities and private clubs throughout North America. Through the use of specialized services including membership surveys, strategic planning, operational analysis and facility long range planning …
Kevin Carroll, CCM, ECM, CCE, CAM
VICE PRESIDENT OF CONSULTING
Kevin’s leadership experience also extends to the volunteer boards of two national organizations eventually becoming President of the Club Management Association of America (CMAA) and The University of Kansas Alumni Association.
Christopher W. Coulter
VICE PRESIDENT OF CONSULTING
Chris provides consulting services for strategic planning, membership surveys, facility improvement programs, and general consulting expertise on club needs. In addition, Chris also provides specialty consulting in operations, buyouts, capital fundraising, facility conditions and membership.
Jim Dodson, CMCA, LSM, PCAM, CPM
Beginning his management career in 1976, Jim understands Community Association issues as well as the perspectives and needs brought by business partners/owners, management company executives and portfolio managers Jims entrepreneurial leadership has enabled him to help …
Jeffrey M. Evans, LSM, PCAM, MCM, CCE, CCM, ECM
Jeff has been working with Planned Communities and Clubs for over forty years. For thirty years Jeff served as the Executive Vice President and General Manager for the Lake Naomi Community in Northeastern Pennsylvania.
Martha McMahon Acker
Martha joined McMahon in 1988 after graduating from Southern Methodist University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration. Martha has more than 31 years of experience at McMahon and has worked with many communities.
Glen Selligman, AIA
DIRECTOR OF ARCHITECTURE
Hailing from the Los Angeles area, Tom left Mr. Selligman joined McMahon in 1993, and since then has participated in the planning and design of more than 1000 facilities for communities and their club-like-facilities. He directs all aspects of the facility planning operations for existing conditions reports, architectural plan reviews …
SALES & MARKETING DIRECTOR
Alison McMahon joined McMahon in 1999 after graduating from Saint Louis University with a BA in Marketing. As Director of Marketing, Alison is responsible for developing and implementing the overall marketing plan for the company.
CONSULTANT & DESIGNER
Christian joined McMahon in 2015 and is assisting communities with strategic and facility planning. He graduated from Washington University in St. Louis with a Masters of Architecture and Masters of Urban Design. He completed his B.S. in physics from the University of Dallas, where he was social chair and treasurer of the UD Rugby Football Club.
MARKETING AND CREATIVE DIRECTOR
Bryan has been in the marketing and graphic design field for over 20 years and directs all creative development for the McMahon marketing department. He creates graphic material for facility project presentations and community booklets.
Denzil B. Palmer
For the past 28 years, Denzil Palmer served as General Manager and Secretary of The Royal Montreal Golf Club. Under Denzil’s leadership, the Club hosted several successful amateur and professional tournaments, including three of the Club’s 10 Canadian Opens in 1997 …
Kathy joined McMahon in the fall of 2012 and serves as the Office Manager responsible for project coordination.
Jim Fisher, PhD
MARKETING CONSULTANT & CONTRIBUTING WRITER
Jim Fisher is Professor and Chair of the Marketing Department at Saint Louis University. He holds a Ph.D. in Marketing from the University of Illinois and a Masters of Divinity from Yale University. In addition to his teaching responsibilities …
Joe has been working with McMahon for almost 35 years, creating three dimensional design illustrations and renderings for facility improvement programs.