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Winter 2012

December 9, 2012
By Roy Turner of NIAAA Section III



NIAAA Section III Update

 

"The NIAAA champions the profession of athletic administration through educational opportunities, advocating ethics, developing leaders and fostering community."

Winter 2012

Hello Section III members!  I hope you all had an enjoyable fall, a successful fall sports and playoff season. As you prepare for the winter season and Thanksgiving Holiday, don’t forget to register for the National Athletic Directors Conference in San Antonio, December 14-18.  The conference is an excellent opportunity to gain additional knowledge and share resources within a vast network of professionals who are champions of educational athletics. 

National Conference Highlights include: 

  • Saturday 5:30pm  Opening General Session-Judge Glenda Hatchett
  • Sunday 1:00pm Section III Meeting.
  • Monday 12:00pm Conference Luncheon
  • Monday 3:00pm Delegate Assembly
  • Tuesday 1:00pm Closing General Session-Greg Dale
  • Tuesday 2:30pm Annual Meeting
  • Tuesday 6:00pm Conference Banquet

NIAAA WEBSITE

In order to better serve members, the NIAAA has made improvements to the website. Please offer any siuggestions to assist us in ways to serve our membership more eficiently.

Dates to Remember:

Section III Meeting May 18-19, 2013 at the Stone Mountain Inn in Stone Mountain, Ga.

 Future National Conferences

                                2013 Anaheim, CA December 13-17

                                2014  Baltimore, MD December 12-16

                                2015  Orlando, FL  December 11-15

                                2016 Nashville, TN December 9-13

Future Board Positions

Board Members taking office in 2013 in Anaheim, California

v  Section III - Tennessee, Paul Pendleton, CMAA from Bristol replacing Roy Turner

v  Region A at Large - Sections 1,2,3 replacing Andy Chiles

  • States no eligible for Region A At Large are Connecticut, Maine, Maryland, Ohio, & Tennessee

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