Henry Wallmeyer

Henry Wallmeyer

President & CEO

National Club Association
Washington, DC

Henry Wallmeyer is President & CEO of the National Club Association. During his tenure, which began in September 2015, he has led the organization in advocacy and growth initiatives that have increased NCA’s presence on Capitol Hill, and within the private club community. NCA serves as the lead advocate for private clubs on issues like the EPA’s WOTUS rule, health care reform, worker classification, regulatory reform and the H-2B visa program. As an education resource for private clubs, NCA provides club governance and trends information to help clubs achieve greater success.

Henry Wallmeyer has more than 15 years of experience in association management, focusing on organizational development, marketing, membership and advocacy. Prior to joining NCA as president & CEO in September 2015, he served in executive management positions with several large trade and professional associations, including the National Association of Manufacturers, the International Parking Institute, the American Academy of Otolaryngology and the National Lumber and Building Material Dealers Association.

Wallmeyer began his association career at the Club Managers Association of America (CMAA) where he directed Premier Club Services and was director of industry affairs. He represented CMAA on industry wide initiatives and oversaw operational, legislative and regulatory issues affecting private clubs. Prior to CMAA, Wallmeyer worked on Capitol Hill for the National Republican Congressional Committee.

Wallmeyer has a Business Administration degree with a concentration in marketing from Villanova University.

Henry and his wife, Jonelle, reside in Alexandria, Va., with their daughter and son.

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