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Elected Officials and Assignments
USMS Logo 100X100The 2011 United States Aquatic Sports Convention was held at the Hyatt Regency Jacksonville, Fla. September 14-18. We have compiled the below list of current and newly elected officers and committee chairs. More information, including awards and honors, can be found in the convention press release.
President – Nadine Day
V.P. of Administration – Michael Heather
V.P. of Community Services – Jody Smith
V.P. of Local Operations – Ed Tsuzuki
V.P. of Programs – Dave Diehl
Secretary – CJ Rushman
Treasurer – Ralph Davis
Past President – Jeff Moxie
Legal Counsel – Patty Miller
Committee and Zone Chairs
Jill Gellatly – Audit Chair
Sarah Welch – Comp & Benefits Chair
Homer Lane – Finance Chair
Anthony Thompson – Governance Chair
David Burgio – Investment Chair
Betsy Durrant – Policy Committee Chair
Doug Church – Swimming Saves Lives Chair
Jeff Roddin – Championship Chair
Scott Bay – Coaches Chair
Marcia Anziano – Fitness Education Chair
Meegan Wilson – History & Archives Chair
Sean Fitzgerald – Legislation Chair
Paige Buehler – LMSC Development Chair
Donn Livoni – Long Distance Chair
Edward Saltzman – Officials Chair
Lynn Hazlewood – Open Water Chair
Sally Dillon – Recognition & Awards Chair
Chris Stevenson – Records & Tabulation Chair
Leo Letendre – Registration Chair
Katherine Casey – Rules Chair
Jane Moore – Sports Medicine & Science Chair
Stacy Broncucia – Breadbasket Zone Chair
Jeffrey Strahota – Colonies Zone Chair
Jerry Clark – Dixie Zone Chair
Daniel Cox – Great Lakes Zone Chair
Wes Edwards – Northwest Zone Chair
Michael Moore – Oceana Zone Chair
Jill Gellatly – South Central Zone Chair
Mary Hull – Southwest Zone Chair
2013 Pool Championships Locations
2013 Spring Nationals: IU Natatorium, Indianapolis, Ind. May 9-12
2013 Summer Nationals: Marguerite Aquatic Center, Mission Viejo, Calif. August 7-11
Taking notesDid you miss a meeting? Could not attend the convention? We have you covered. All meeting minutes are posted on the USMS Convention page.
Convention Workshop Videos Available
workshopUSMS conducted three workshops at this year’s USAS convention. You can find videos of these workshops on our convention videos page.
RegisterThe club renewal process is underway. All clubs that were registered in 2011 have been sent an email containing a customized renewal link. The link allows the club to renew online with a Visa or MasterCard.
The goal is to have all clubs renewed by October 31. Members can begin registering for 2012 the following day, November 1. If a club has not renewed its membership for 2012, members will not be able to join that club during the registration process.
The LMSC registrars should be creating their paper registration forms and setting their LMSC fees in the registration software. The registration form template can be found in the USMS Guide to Operations registration section.
The National Office will begin sending renewal reminders to all 2011 members on November 1, per the membership retention plan schedule. The registrars are encouraged to send additional communications to their members as they see fit.
Once again, USMS will be offering sponsor discounts to all members who register for 2012 by December 31. Eight sponsors will be participating this year. Members will receive coupon codes in their registration receipts.
Long Course Meter Top 10 Submissions
Top 10The deadline for LCM Top 10 tabulations including those for relays are due to Mary Beth Windrath, National Swims Administrator, by October 20.
USMS Records and Tabulation Document
House of DelegatesAnother convention is in the books and there is no doubt that its success is due to the energy, dedication, and passion of YOU, one of the more than 240 delegates in attendance.
Whether you are a delegate representing your LMSC or are appointed because of your work at the national level, you take on the responsibility of being well-informed, so you are able to make the best decision for our membership when casting your votes for our leadership, rules or legislation.
Many of you are club and LMSC volunteers as well as national committee members. You donate your time for committee work during the year, participating in conference calls, task forces and projects. Many use your personal vacation time and, depending on the stipend, assume some of the convention expenses yourselves.
You attend the IMSHOF Induction Ceremony and USAS Awards banquet to honor those from USMS and the other NGBs who are the best of the best. You swim at morning coached workouts, participate in workshops, network in the hospitality suite and bring ideas back to your clubs and LMSCs.
A special thank you to all of you. U.S. Masters Swimming would not be the organization it is today without you!
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About U.S. Masters Swimming
U.S. Masters Swimming
U.S. Masters Swimming, founded in 1970, is a membership-operated national governing body that promotes adult health, fitness, wellness and competition through aquatics. It does so by partnering with more than 1,000 adult swim programs across the country; promoting information via the bi-monthly member magazine, SWIMMER, monthly e-newsletter, STREAMLINES, and usms.org; and by sanctioning and promoting pool, open water and virtual competitions. More than 50,000 adults are registered members of U.S. Masters Swimming.