Clubhouse Manager, Sulgrave Club

Doug Levy is currently the Clubhouse Manager of the Sulgrave Club in Washington D.C. overseeing the operations of the historic club located on Dupont Circle.  Doug has worked in the private club industry for the last fifteen years after graduating from James Madison University with a BBA in Business Management and Hospitality. His career in hospitality began working at the Army Navy Country Club in Arlington, where he spent nine years. During that time, he was a key contributor to the opening of the clubs new $60 million clubhouse in 2012 and in the club achieving the Platinum Club of America designation for the first time in 2013.  In 2014 he left to become the Assistant General Manager of the Philadelphia Country Club.  While there he planned and oversaw an extensive kitchen renovation for this 125 year old Platinum Club of America.  Since then he has transformed the membership and marketing programs of the Kenwood Golf and Country Club and in 2016 became the Clubhouse Manager of the Sulgrave Club – the elegant and venerable Dupont Circle institution.   

Doug serves on the advisory board for his alma mater, the Hart School of Hospitality Sport and Recreation Management at James Madison University. In 2015, he was recognized with the Dolley Madison Award by the Hart School for his contributions to the program. He is an active member within the Club Managers Association of America (CMAA), having founded the student chapter at James Madison University and continuing to be a member during his professional career – serving on boards and committees within his local chapter and on the national level.  In 2012, he attained his Certified Club Manager (CCM) designation.

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