MOAA Seeking Additional Candidates for Board of Directors|
August 11, 2014
As the professional development Association for minority athletics administrators, the Minority Opportunities Athletic Association (MOAA) is currently seeking candidates for leadership positions on their Board of Directors.
Since its formation in 2000, MOAA has strived to be a resource for those in the field of athletics administration and to serve as an advocate for increased participation and administrative opportunities for minorities in athletics.
As a member of the Board of Directors, an individual will assist with several duties to uphold the Association's mission of providing member services that address the needs of minorities professionally, emotionally, financially and physically in athletics. These duties include, but are not limited to: the planning and implementation of the annual Symposium, which is held in conjunction with the NACDA Convention; active participation on monthly or bi-monthly conference calls to discuss the advancement of the Association and development of additional educational opportunities for the membership; potential service on various committees; attendance at one or two in-person Board meetings per year; and any other duties assigned by the MOAA President or Board of Directors.
The selection process will involve a review of candidates by the current Board of Directors. Once selected, candidates will begin Board service immediately. When reviewing candidates, consideration will be given to the following areas:
To apply, please forward your professional bio/resume to Katie Newman, MOAA Liaison in the NACDA office, along with a written explanation of why you wish to serve on the Board (in accordance with MOAA Bylaw III.4.b). The deadline to apply is Thursday, August 28.
Any questions may be directed to Katie Newman at email@example.com or 440-788-7474.