First keynote speakers announced for GCMA conference

Danielle Brown and Kevin Fish will look to Inspire you at the three-day gathering at Wyboston Lakes Resort in November…

The first two keynote speakers for the GCMA 2021 Conference in November have been announced.

Paralympian Danielle Brown and golf industry expert Kevin Fish have been confirmed for the three-day event at Wyboston Lakes Resort, in Bedfordshire, from November 21 to 23.

The pair will present GCMA Inspire sessions around leadership and wellbeing and are the first of a raft of high-profile speakers who will announced over the coming weeks.

The full programme will be announced shortly and registration will open soon.

A two-time Paralympian gold medallist, Danielle Brown will talk about how she has broken down barriers in her life and will aim to empower you to unlock your potential and overcome adversity.

After becoming disabled as a teenager, she took up archery on her 15th birthday and made the Great Britain team three years later. She was the world number one for her entire career and the five-time world champion won gold at the Paralympics at Beijing and London.

She also became the first disabled person to represent England as an able-bodied competitor at the 2010 Commonwealth Games and was part of the team which claimed gold.

Kevin Fish has more than 20 years’ experience in the golf industry, including nine years as general manager of The Glen, in North Berwick, and a further seven as the the development manager for Scottish Golf.

He was GCMA Club Manager of the Year in 2004 and became a Certified Club Manager four years later. He has toured the UK many times speaking on behalf of each of the Home Unions and has provided keynote Conference Presentations for GCMA, CMAE and BIGGA, as well as addressing the World Conference of Club Management on over a dozen occasions.

This background is the foundation of his training, consultancy and recruitment business, Contemporary Club Leadership.

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By GCMA Content Team

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