Board of Directors

Board meeting information appears below the listing of directors.

>Go to Committees and task forces of Orienteering USA

(To use the following e-mail addresses, substitute the @ symbol for [at] and . for [dot], and remove all spaces.)

2015-2016 Board of Directors

Term Expires
  • Directors:
             Kris Beecroft (CO) 720-484-4271 - krisbeecroft [at] msn [dot] com2017
             Charlie Bleau (GA) 404-276-6558 - charliebleau [at] me [dot] com2017
             Pete Dady (NY) 315-729-4322 - dady [at] toast [dot] net2016
             Bob Forgrave (WA) 425-827-7344 - bob [at] forgrave [dot] net2018
             Louis Pataki (CT) 203-866-0370 - Lpataki [at] aya.yale [dot] edu2016
             Lee Todd (MD) 240-342-2276 - leetso [at] aol [dot] com2017
                       -- vacant -- 

Executive Director:
Glen Schorr, P.O. Box 505, Riderwood, MD 21139. 410-802-1125 - gjs [at] OrienteeringUSA [dot] org

Director of Membership and Accounting:
Robin Shannonhouse, P.O. Box 1444, Forest Park, GA 30298. 404-363-2110 - USOF [at] comcast [dot] net

Registered Agent:
Valerie Meyer (VA) 703-671-3655 - vmeyer9086 [at] aol [dot] com

> Orienteering USA Strategic Plan for 2015 (pdf)

Board Meetings

Minutes of all Board Meetings can be found under Documents > Board.

Orienteering USA members are always welcome at Board Meetings. If you are unable to attend but wish to listen in, contact Glen Schorr (NOTE: subject to internet/cell availability at the meeting site). Board meetings are typically held in conjunction with a national meet.

  • January 16 — at Georgia Navigator Cup, Gainesville, Georgia
  • March 19 — at U.S. Individual Champs, Pleasanton, California
  • July 2 — at National meet in Laramie, Wyoming
  • September 16-17 — at U.S. Classic Champs, Ward Pound Ridge, New York
    • September 17 — 4–6 PM, Annual General Meeting at Hampton Inn, 81 Newtown Road, Danbury, Connecticut

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Mission statement

Orienteering USA's mission is to:

  1. Increase participation in the sport.
  2. Teach map reading and navigation skills.
  3. Promote enjoyment of, and respect for, the environment.
  4. Establish world-class competitive excellence within our national team programs.

Orienteering USA is a volunteer-run organization. Our Board of Directors, committees and task forces are made up of Orienteering USA members offering their time, energy, and expertise to promote the sport of orienteering and make Orienteering USA function as effectively as possible. We encourage motivated members to join us!

Orienteering USA Bylaws

Past leaders:

last updated 21 March 2016