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COLORADO SPRINGS, Colorado – USA Archery is pleased to introduce newly elected representatives for the Collegiate Archery Program and Junior Olympic Archery Development (JOAD) Advisory Councils.
As a Collegiate Archery Program council member, representatives are asked to advise USA Archery staff on Collegiate Archery Program related issues, act as a resource to, and communicate with colleges and universities and USA Archery State Associations in their region.
JOAD council members advise USA Archery staff on JOAD Club and Event related topics, act as a resource to, and communicate with, State Associations and State JOAD Coordinators within their region.
The following members of the Collegiate Archery Program and JOAD Advisory Councils were elected by their constituent program leaders from around the country:
Collegiate Archery Program Advisory Council:
JOAD Advisory Council:
Carson Sapp, the North/West region athlete representative for both councils shared: “I’m excited for the chance to serve on both committees! I’ve grown up and I’m beginning to age out of one of the greatest JOAD teams in the country (Archery Learning Center), and I am currently making a transition into my second year in Collegiate archery. I feel like these experiences with both simultaneously give me a rare point-of-view as I’m living both worlds right now.”
To learn more about USA Archery committees and volunteer opportunities please visit the USA Archery website here. USA Archery members are encouraged to provide feedback to representatives and to share their voices to help us continue to grow and sustain the success of our sport and our athletes.
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