Director For Colonies Zone Election
|The election for all USMS Board of Directors will be held during the Annual Meeting of the House of Delegates at the annual convention, September 17-20. The At-Large Directors are elected to represent each of the zones. This year, there are two candidates running for the director position from Colonies Zone.|
David Diehl and Roberta Saint-Amour have been nominated and certified as eligible. In addition, nominations can be made and accepted from the floor during the convention.
Each candidate's nomination packet is available for review prior to the convention.
David Diehl information
Roberta Saint-Amour information
Dorothy Donnelly Award Nominations Accepted
Each year the Colonies Zone presents the Dorothy Donnelly Award in recognition of service to Masters swimming. We hope to receive at least one nomination from each of the LMSCs within the Zone. There are many individuals that volunteer for the benefit of us swimmers and thus deserve to be recognized and thanked for it. Please consider submitting a nomination of someone that you believe should be recognized. Nominations are due by September 1.
USMS Director Nominations Open
Elections for eight at-large directors of U.S. Masters Swimming will take place in September. One at-large director is elected from each of the eight USMS zones. Nomination deadline for Colonies Zone has been extended to May 31, 2014. Nomination packets may be obtained from the Election page of the USMS website or by contacting Elections Chair Cheryl Gettelfinger.
The role of the Board of Directors is described in USMS Organization and Bylaws Article 506. The board and by extension, board members, are responsible for keeping USMS on mission. The term length is two years, with a two term limit.
The U.S. Masters Swimming board of directors is responsible for: 1) monitoring the fiscal and organizational soundness of USMS; 2) providing strategic direction to USMS while keeping the organization's mission and values at the forefront; 3) establishing policies to lead and control the organization; and 4) representing the organization to the public and USMS members.