Carolyn Kepcher Biography
Carolyn Kepcher is an American business born on 30th January 1969 in Westchester County, New York, U.S. She is the vice president and general manager of the Aspetuck Valley Country Club. She is the former Executive Vice President, Chief Operatting Officer for the Trump Golf Properties.
In 2010 she was awarded the Toastmasters International Golden Gavel award for Excellence in Communications and Leadership. She also received the Stevie Award for Women in Business in the category of “Women Helping Women”.
Carolyn Kepcher Age
Carolyn was born on 30th January 1969 in Westchester County, New York, U.S (54 years as of 2023)
Carolyn Kepcher Height
Kepcher stands at a height of about 5 feet 7 inches tall.
Carolyn Kepcher Family
Kepcher is private about his personal life, she has not revealed any details about her parents or whether she has any siblings.
Carolyn Kepcher Husband and Children
Carolyn is married to George. They have two children Conor and Cassidy.
Carolyn Kepcher Net worth
Carolyn has an estimated net worth of $5 million.
Carolyn Kepcher Career
While studying at Mercy College she took a job as a manager at a Manhattan restaurant. In 1992 she secured a position as sales and marketing director of a golf club outside New York City. Her primary roles was to prepare the property for bank auction.
On 28th November 2006 she was hired as a judge by Microsoft for the reality show, Ultimate Challenge. The show was to find the next best small-business venture. The prize for the winner was $100,000 in seed money, a storefront or other business space in Manhattan rent-free for a year, and software to help get their business started. The pilot show was never completed.
Carolyn Kepcher provided management skills to the nonprofit world through an affiliation with Graham-Pelton Consulting, Inc.in January 2007. In the same year she has been a career advice columnist with the New York Daily News.
Carolyn Kepcher on Trump
Carolyn Kepcher worked as a sales and marketing director of a golf club that was later sold to Donald Trump, Trump was impressed by her ideas on how best to use the property. In 1994 she was hired by Trump as director of sales and marketing.
In 1998 she was named as the general manager. She was later named as the Executive Vice President at the Trump Organization and Chief Operating Officer for the Trump National Golf Clubs where she was on the development team and led the operations for the Trump National Golf Clubs in Westchester, N.Y. and Bedminster, N.J.
Carolyn appeared as Donald Trump’s right-hand woman on the NBC Emmy Award Nominated show, “The Apprentice,”. On 31st August 2006 her tenure with Trump Organization ended. According to New York Post, Trump felt that Kepcher’s newfound celebrity status had kept her too busy with speaking engagements and endorsements to focus on her responsibilities for the Trump Organization. During season 6 of The Apprentice she was replaced by Ivanka Trump.
Aspetuck Valley Country Club
Kepcher was appointed as the Vice President and General Manager at Aspetuck Valley Country Club in Weston. Her duties included membership acquisition, creating a high level membership experience as well as leading several major projects, including Clubhouse renovations, a new terrace bar, cart facility and a tennis bubble.
In April 2018 after seven years at Aspetuck Valley Country Club she was appointed as the Chief Operating Officer and General Manager of the Redding Country Club.
Carolyn Kepcher Book
2001: Carolyn 101: Business Lessons from The Apprentice’s Straight Shooter