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If you're looking to get more involved with USA Archery, please consider joining a Committee! This is a great way to volunteer while helping the sport of archery.

Nomination Forms

The Audit Committee is a standing committee of the Board of Directors charged with oversight of financial reporting and disclosure.

Term Length: 2 Years
Maximum Consecutive Terms: 3 Terms

Audit Committee Members

Chair: Julio Mazzoli
Dee Falks
John Stover
Rob Kaufhold
Athlete: Brady Ellison

The Collegiate Archery Program Council makes recommendations regarding the Collegiate Archery Program to USA Archery Staff. Regional representatives also serve as Regional Coordinators for the program, while the Athlete Representatives represent the student athlete population. Advisory representatives are elected by the collegiate membership.

Term Length: 2 Years
Maximum Consecutive Terms: 3 Terms

If an advisory council member serves any number of two-year terms as the athlete representative, their maximum term limit will not start over if they are consecutively elected to serve as a regional representative. The same will apply to a regional representative who moves to a new region. For example, an archer serving one, two-year term as an athlete representative, they may then serve only two, two-year terms as a regional representative.

Collegiate Advisory Council Representatives

Chair: Rodney Estrada
North Representative: Glen Bennett North States: ND, MN, SD, NE, KS, MO, IA, WI, IL, IN, MI, OH
South Representative: Rodney Estrada

South States: TX, OK, AR, LA, MS, AL, GA, FL, SC, NC, TN, KY

South (1 Year Term): Johnnie Stinson (Expires End Of Year, 2019) 
South (2 Year Term): Cody Kirby (Expires End Of Year, 2020) 
East Representative: E.G. LeBre East States: VA, WV, PA, NY, ME, MD, DE, NJ, CT, RI, MA, NH, VT
West Representative: Jason Tong West States: OR, WA, CA, NV, ID, MT, WY, CO, UT, NM, AZ, AK, HI

Athlete Representatives

North and West: Geun Woo Kim
West (1 Year Term): Danielle Gerken (Expires End Of Year, 2019) 
South and East: Julia Lam

Meeting Minutes

The Board of Justice is a standing committee of the Board of Directors, which oversees all administrative grievances and right to compete matters filed with USA Archery. They identify individuals who would be fair and impartial and who would have the qualifications and ability to serve on hearing panels. They hear and render a decision, or appoint a panel to hear and render a decision, on grievances and disciplinary matters. The Board of Directors appoints committee members and the Chair.

Term Length: 2 Years
Maximum Consecutive Terms: 3 Terms

Judicial Committee Members

Chair: Marty Swanson
Mark McKinney
Terry King
Laurie Melville
Athlete: Sarah Chai

The Ethics Committee is a standing committee of the Board of Directors and administers and oversees the implementation of, and compliance with, the USA Archery Code of Ethics and other ethical issues. Committee members review and investigate matters of ethical impropriety and make recommendations on such matters to the Board. They review and provide guidance on ethical questions presented by the Board, officers, committee and task force members, volunteers, staff and USAA members. The Board of Directors appoints committee members.

Term Length: 2 Years
Maximum Consecutive Terms: 3 Terms

Ethics Committee Members

Chair: Eric Howard
Jason Wacha
Alan Halfenger
Thomas Rush
Athlete: Jeff Button

JOAD Advisory Council representatives make recommendations regarding the Junior Olympic Archery Development (JOAD) program and event administration to the USA Archery staff.  Representatives also serve as Regional Coordinators for the program. The JOAD Grassroots Director serves as the USA Archery Board of Directors representative to this advisory council as a non-voting, advisory representative. The JOAD Advisory Council is elected by Club Leaders in respective regions.

Term Length: 2 Years
Maximum Consecutive Terms: 3 Terms

If an advisory council member serves any number of two-year terms as the athlete representative, their maximum term limit will not start over if they are consecutively elected to serve as a regional representative. The same will apply to a regional representative who moves to a new region. For example, an archer serving one, two-year term as an athlete representative, they may then serve only two, two-year terms as a regional representative.

JOAD Advisory Council Representatives

North Representative: Amy Francka North States: ND, MN, SD, NE, KS, MO, IA, WI, IL, IN, MI, OH
South Representative: Jeffrey Greer South States: TX, OK, AR, LA, MS, AL, GA, FL, SC, NC, TN, KY
East Representative: Heather Pfeil East States: VA, WV, PA, NY, ME, MD, DE, NJ, CT, RI, MA, NH, VT
West Representative: George Walters West States: OR, WA, CA, NV, ID, MT, WY, CO, UT, NM, AZ, AK, HI
Athlete Representative: Miles Gould

The Nominating and Governance Committee is a standing committee of the Board of Directors and identifies and evaluates prospective candidates for the Board of Directors and selects individuals to serve on the Board as provided in the Bylaws. When requested by the Board, they recommend individuals to serve on various committees and task forces and consult with the Ethics Committee to inspect all nominations. They develop and recommend to the Board for its consideration an annual self-evaluation process of the Board and its committees and task forces.

Term Length: 2 Years
Maximum Consecutive Terms: 3 Terms

Nominating and Governance Committee Members

Chair: Robert Pian
Judge/Coach: Phil Graves
JOAD: Teresa Perrego
Independent: Belinda Foxworth
Athlete: Lindsay Speck

Officials and Rules Committee members make recommendations regarding the judge certification program. They also ensure the accuracy of the list of qualified Judges for each USA Archery event and, upon the request of the Tournament Director, provide a list of those Judges qualified to be considered for the position of Director of Shooting. They reply to all written inquiries concerning rules interpretations and disputes and work closely with USA Archery staff.

Term Length: 2 Years
Maximum Consecutive Terms: 3 Terms

Officials and Rules Committee Members

West Representative: Bob Pian West States: OR, WA, CA, NV, ID, MT, WY, CO, UT, NM, AZ, AL, HI
South Representative: Michael Hollman South States: TX, OK, AR, LA, MS, AL, GA, FL, SC, NC, TN, KY
North Representative: Linda Cockrell North States: ND, MN, SD, NE, KS, MO, IA, WI, IL, IN, MI, OH
East Representative: Megan Tierney East States: VA, WV, PA, NY, ME, MD, DE, NJ, CT, RI, MA, NH, VT
Athlete Representative: Diane Watson

The Athletes Advisory Council advises the Board of Directors and USA Archery staff on any issue relating to athletes or athlete rights. Council members represent the athlete membership and act as a voice on their behalf. They are responsible for broadening communication between USA Archery and active athletes. They review all team selection procedures and provide input on other athlete related matters. Current athlete members of USA Archery elect council members.

Term Length: 4 Years
Maximum Consecutive Terms: 2 Terms

Athletes Advisory Council Members

Chair: Mackenzie Brown
Brady Ellison
Crystal Gauvin
Reo Wilde
Nathan Yamaguchi

The Para Athletes Advisory Council advises the Board of Directors and USA Archery staff on any issue relating to athletes or athlete rights. Council members represent the athlete membership and act as a voice on their behalf. They are responsible for broadening communication between USA Archery and active athletes. They review all team selection procedures and provide input on other athlete related matters. Current Para athlete members of USA Archery elect council members.

Term Length: 4 Years
Maximum Consecutive Terms: 2 Terms

Para Athlete Council Members

Chair: Lia Coryell
Compound Representative: Lance Thornton
Compound Representative: Benjamin Thompson
Recurve Representative: Michael Lukow
Recurve Representative: Eric Bennett
Military Representative: Eric Burkett
Female Representative: Lia Coryell

The Los Angeles 1984 Olympic Games legacy created an endowment to support each national governing body in the U.S. Olympic organization. The National Archery Association (NAA) Foundation is responsible for managing the distribution of those funds allocated to our organization over time. They also manage the distribution and use of large directed giving donations including the Ann Hoyt/Jim Easton JOAD grants.

Term Length: 3Years
Maximum Consecutive Terms: N/A

Foundation Chair Members

Chair: Greg Easton
Robert Pian
Tom Stevenson
Karen Griffin
Mark Miller
Rob Kaufhold
Tony O’Brian

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