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(To use the following e-mail addresses, substitute the @ symbol for [at] and . for [dot], and remove all spaces.)
2013-2014 Board of Directors
|Maiya Anderson (CO) 719-393-2180 - maiyadevi [at] hotmail [dot] com||2014|
|Amy Williams (GA) 678-789-7505 - amy.jones.williams [at] hotmail [dot] com||2014|
|Pete Dady (NY) 315-729-4322 - dady [at] toast [dot] net||2016|
|Jennifer Flagel (WA) 206-790-4427 - jennifer [dot] flagel [at] yahoo [dot] com||2015|
|Bob Forgrave (WA) 425-827-7344 - bob [at] forgrave [dot] net||2015|
|Frank Kuhn (NJ) 856-608-9422 - tbaukuhn [at] aol [dot] com||2014|
|Pat Meehan (OH) 513-728-5688 - pat [at] ocin [dot] org|
Area of Responsibility
|Charlie Bleau (VP-Competition)||Non-starts Revenue|
|Donna Fluegel (Secretary)||ONA / NOW / Membership|
|Peter Goodwin (President)||Oversight|
|Greg Lennon (VP-Club Services)||Clubs|
|Lou Pataki (VP-Finance)||Finance|
|Glen Schorr (Exec. Director)||Branding|
Minutes of all Board Meetings can be found under Documents > Board. Orienteering USA members are always welcome at Board Meetings.
Board Meetings scheduled for 2013:
Reports from board members are due prior to each meeting. Due dates for 2013 will be added when available. Please send your report to the Secretary, Donna Fluegel. [Note: Links below are to PDFs that will open in a new page.]
Orienteering USA's mission is to:
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!
The Position Descriptions and General Responsibilities give a general overview of what potential candidates frequently ask about Board Positions.
For all Board Positions, candidates must be a member of Orienteering USA for at least one year.
The desired personal traits/skills and suggested education and experience sections are listed only as helpful suggestions. All of these items should not be construed as being necessary requirements for a candidate to possess.