Role: General Manager
Serving Since: 2019
Email Clifton Easum
Courtney originally started her career at Greenbrier in 1999 while a high school student in Chesapeake, VA. After working in many different departments at the Club including Golf and Athletics while attending Philadelphia University, she moved to Los Angeles, CA to pursue a career in design.
Gathering sales, marketing, and design experience in working with private events in the Hampton Roads area she returned to Greenbrier in 2013 to work once again with the Members. She enjoys working with the team at Greenbrier to make the membership experience one of which is positive and rewarding. Her drive is to build upon new Membership growth and positive Member retention by providing the utmost service and programming to Members and Guests alike.
With a true passion for sports and the outdoors, you can find Courtney at the dog park, running, or gardening with her husband, dog and growing family when she is not at the club.
Courtney looks forward to meeting all the Members and working together to create positive Membership growth.
Laura graduated from St. John Fisher College with a Bachelor of Science in Sport Management. She has an extensive background in both sports and hospitality, with over 10 years in the industry. In 2013 Laura worked for the PGA of America during the PGA Championship at Oak Hill Country Club. During her time with the PGA of America, Laura worked in Corporate Sales and Hospitality. She has also worked for the Walt Disney Company, Delaware North Companies and the Buffalo Bills. Laura is also a published writer. She was a Sports Reporter for the Richmond Times-Dispatch and wrote her senior thesis, which is now published, on the Motivations of Digital Media Consumers on Facebook and Twitter.
Laura likes to run in her free time. She has completed two marathons and 11 half marathons. Her favorite football team is the Denver Broncos and her favorite College Basketball team is Syracuse Orange. Laura also has two dogs (Ovechkin and Rose) and one cat (Tootles).
Anthony Jones has over 25 years of fitness training experience as an AFAA/Rebook Certified Instructor. He began his fitness career in the Air Force where he was tasked to design a fitness program for his squadron which other detachments mimic. It was instrumental in helping the squadron meet their Physical Fitness Level requirements.
After retiring from the USAF he came to GCC and started working on the tennis courts and then later was moved to the gym where he was the closing assistant manager. And was given the opportunity to do personal training.
In 2007 he trained one of his clients for the Virginia and Washington DC Figure Fitness Competition where she won 1st place victory in both the Va. and Wash. DC competition.
He also assisted the Athletic Director at that time also to 2nd place finishes in the same competition. He also trained a friend to a 1st place finish in a Bodybuilding Competition in Florida.
He later became Athletic program Director where he ran the Racquetball program setting up RB tournaments and assisting with the tennis leagues and tournaments.
Anthony put teams together to raise money for the American Heart Association, and the Susan G. Komen Breast cancer walk. And was recognized by ODU for leading the way in a food drive competition between other universities in Virginia.
Anthony and another coworker were featured in the local newspaper for coming up with a fitness challenge for our members called “The Blonde Ambition”. If the members had won they would have to dye their hair blonde. They got close so they wore blonde wigs for their weight loss efforts. He was also noted in the newspaper for his Boot Camp Class and was requested to demonstrate and “Exercise of the Week” for the newspaper.
His hobby is coaching Little League Baseball and being behind a camera taking pictures, you may have seen him at several club events, and relaxing to smooth jazz or getting hyped up on some upbeat workout music.
Edith Miller was born in Fort Eustis, VA. Her father was from the Philippines and her mother is from Cuba. She has four brothers, three sisters, two children, and five grandsons. Her grandson’s call her Lola and her friends call her Edy. Family is her first priority, but she also enjoys working out at the gym, serving at her church, and running. Edy has run seven marathons and fifteen half marathons!
Edy’s career began 48 years ago at a restaurant called Shoney’s in Virginia Beach. She also worked as a server in the 1980s at Peabody’s and Rogues Gallery. In 1993 Edith and her husband Scotty were given the opportunity of a partnership to run the Jewish Mother restaurant at the Virginia Beach Oceanfront. That is where Edith managed the front-of-house for ten years. In 2003, Edy was offered a leadership position at Atlantic Shores Retirement Community. There she supervised the dining room front-of-house. After returning to help her husband with the family business at the Jewish Mother, Edith’s career path led her to be the Dining Room Manager at The Crossings at Independence.
Edy is excited about this new path in her journey. She looks forward to growing with the Greenbrier Country Club team and contributing to a successful dining experience!
Chef Richie has over 27 years of culinary experience. He began his culinary career working through the ranks at various popular fine dining establishments and mentoring under several renowned industry leaders which include the prominent Gramercy Tavern in Manhattan. Richie has participated in multiple Food and Wine Festivals around Hampton Roads and the Outer Banks where he led his team to multiple awards. He has also been featured on the Hampton Roads Show. Richie has had hands-on involvement in a variety of high-profile affairs such as charitable benefits like the March of Dimes, political fundraisers, the christening of the USS George H W Bush aircraft carrier, and white-glove parties for VIPs and visiting dignitaries.
A New York transplant, Richie moved to Virginia Beach when he was a teenager. In his twenties, Richie returned to his roots in New York and this is where he had the opportunity to work for the famed celebrity Chef Tom Colicchio. Richie eventually returned to Virginia Beach where he currently resides with his wife and two children. When he is not at work his culinary talent is still at play, he enjoys cooking with his wife and kids as well as entertaining friends and family. Richie enjoys watching his son play football and daughter play the drums in her band. Richie also enjoys a variety of outdoor interests which include gardening with his wife, going to the beach with friends and family, spearfishing, working out and just about anything that involves being outdoors and around water.
Scott Wasco grew up in Chesapeake, VA and graduated from Western Branch High School in 1996. In 1999 Scott relocated to southern California to attend the Professional Golfers Career College. Upon graduation, he and his fiancé Kristin (now wife), decided to start their lives off together in California.
He began his professional career as an Assistant Golf Professional at the Southern California Golf Associations Golf Club. While there Scott worked hand-in-hand with the PGA Tour as they hosted PGA Tour Q School multiple years. In 2008 Scott had the opportunity to help open up the Journey at Pechanga as their First Assistant Golf Professional. The high-end resort was voted by Golf Digest as their “4th Best New Course of 2008”. After four years at Journey, he was offered his first Head Professional position at the Champions Club at the Retreat in Corona, CA. In 2016 Scott was awarded the “Golf Professional of the Year” award by the Inland Empire Chapter of the Southern California section of the PGA. He was there 3 years before he was promoted to Director of Golf. In 2017 he moved on to Dove Canyon Golf Club in Orange County, CA to be employed as their Director of Golf.
Scott and his wife Kristin, have two children, Ava 11, and Kellen 8. In his spare time, he enjoys spending time with his family and watching all different sports. Here is a fun fact, their family pet Boston Terrier (Tori) is named after Scott’s favorite golf course, Torrey Pines in San Diego, CA. Scott and his family are very excited to make the move back to Chesapeake to be close to their families.