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Southern Nevada Golf Course Superintendents Association names Trudi Farber executive director
Published on Mon, Dec 17, 2012 (9 a.m.)The Southern Nevada Golf Course Superintendents Association (SNGCSA) has selected Trudi Farber as the association’s new executive director.
Farber, who will also continue her current role as tribal executive secretary for the Las Vegas Paiute Tribe/Paiute Golf Resort, brings a wealth of experience to the position. She started her career in the golf industry in 2003 at the Las Vegas Paiute Golf Resort as the Golf course maintenance office manager where she oversaw the day-to-day operations of the maintenance office at the award winning 54-hole, Pete Dye designed facility, and then assuming the responsibilities of Executive Assistant for the Clubhouse as well. She was named tribal executive secretary in March 2011 where she serves as a liaison between the tribe and government officials, plans tribal council meetings, events and travel and executes all council related paperwork.
Prior to her positions with the Las Vegas Paiute Golf Resort, Farber spent 13 years in the automotive industry serving as a sales manager and marketing director for Big O Tires.
“Trudi’s background in golf course maintenance administration will be a major benefit to the association,” said SNGCSA President Robert Wright. “She already has strong relationships with Southern Nevada area superintendents and the golf community and we look forward to the leadership and vision she will provide us.”
Her duties as executive director will include overseeing all administrative functions of the SNGCSA, membership sales and service, marketing and event management.
“I look forward the challenges and opportunities that my new position will provide,” said Farber. “The SNGCSA has a great history of serving its members and benefiting the community through charity and I look forward to assisting in those efforts.”
The purpose of the SNGCSA shall be to provide for and enhance the recognition of the golf course superintendent as a professional, and to collect and disseminate information on a statewide basis to assist our members in providing for better maintenance and construction of our golf courses. For more information on the SNGCSA, visit the website at sngcsa.org or follow us on Twitter @sincitygcsa.
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