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MANAGER AT WORK
Dana R. DiChiara CCM, CCE- September/October, 2015
All the World’s a Stage I am definitely one of those general managers who took quite an unusual and unconventional career path into this fascinating world of private club management. To begin, I graduated with a degree in the performing arts from the University of Alabama in Birmingham in 1988, with my sights set on moving to New York City and the bright lights of Broadway. However, like all well laid plans, sometimes things change for various reasons of fate; and I never quite made that move. I eventually found myself performing and directing on stages at various theatres, theme parks, and on cruise ships for a time after graduation.
Unlike many of my colleagues in club management, prior to entering the doors of Mountain Brook Club some fifteen or so years ago, my experience in the “trenches” of a restaurant was a bit limited. However, I did wait tables for a while through school and after graduation, so I have the utmost respect for our hardworking team in the food and beverage department here at the club. One memory I recall is working at a dinner theatre in Florida where, as employees, we not only waited tables but performed singing and dancing on stage as well. It was a very corny concept where the menu entrees were named after famous musicals (i.e. Surf & Turf was called The King & I). I must not have been a very good waitress because I was told by the owner that I sang much better than I waited tables – and I honestly am not that great a singer. Soon thereafter, I made the decision to change career paths and stop performing. Click Here to Become a Member!
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