Aubrey McCormick is the CEO and Co-Founder of IMPACT360 Group. She is a professional golfer with 15 years experience working within the golf industry. McCormick’s experience includes varying positions within tournament competition, operations and maintenance, food and beverage, golf instruction, and assisting in public and private club management, along with being mentors by some of the industries top golf course superintendents.

In 2012, McCormick starred on the NBC Golf Channel television series, “The Big Break Atlantis” and gained recognition as the First “Green” Golfer. She is a columnist for GreenBiz and advocate of the broader green sports, with expertise in the sustainable golf movement through participation in speaking engagements at educational institutions, communities, and events worldwide. 

McCormick understands the importance of giving back to the community, and has served as a foster care mentor for Best Kids, Inc., rehabilitative golf instructor for wounded veterans of the Salute Military Golf Association (SMGA), and mentor to Master in Sustainability students at Wake Forest University. 

McCormick was a Leadership Scholar at Presidio Graduate School, where she is earned a Master of Business Administration (MBA) in Sustainable Management. She is a LEED Green Associate through the United States Green Building Council (USGBC). Aubrey's client work includes the first Corporate Social Responsibility Report (CSR) in golf for The Olympic Club in San Francisco and assisting with the first Green Report for the Superbowl 50, hosted in San Francisco in 2016. Aubrey cares deeply about the planet, and recently partnered with the Pet Sustainability Coalition to bring her sustainability expertise into the pet industry, to help drive long-term organizational change. Her philosophy is that sustainability relates to all businesses, no matter industry, size, or sector. 

Photography courtesy of The Golf Channel