On the final USEA Podcast of 2018, USEA President Carol Kozlowski reflects on the past two years of her presidency and what she hopes to accomplish during her third and final year as President in 2019. Then, USEA President Elect Max Corcoran, who will take over from Kozlowski in 2020, talks about her background and her vision for the future of the USEA.
Groom and organizer Max Corcoran will soon be adding another accolade to her already impressive list of accomplishments. In 2020, she will be taking on the role of USEA President, bringing her unique perspective as a groom and organizer to the table.
“[Convention] seems to have evolved into a very positive experience this weekend. To be able to gather and to keep the momentum going forward in a cohesive fashion, we’re lucky have such good people in the places that we have them in this sport, and I appreciate everyone here and what you all do to make decisions [for our sport].”
It was a productive morning of discussion for the USEA Board of Governors meeting with the Vice Presidents and committee chairs giving their annual reports to the full Board.
The United States Eventing Association (USEA) Board of Governors has approved three proposals for the funding of safety and education projects through the funds which were set aside last year.
The United States Eventing Association (USEA) Board of Governors is pleased to announce the availability of funds for safety and educational projects. The Board is committed to finding innovative endeavors which will improve safety, offer new educational opportunities for USEA members and advance the sport of eventing.
The USEA Board of Governors concluded the 2016 Convention with their final meeting on Sunday morning. Carol Kozlowski opened her first meeting as the USEA President, sharing that she believed the weekend was an astounding success.
For the first Board of Governors meeting of the 2016 Annual Meeting and Convention, the reports presented by the Board members were overall of a positive nature. President, Diane Pitts reported that starters, members and competitions numbers are all up and the USEA has focused on some exciting programs this past year with initiatives such as the collapsible fence study, warm-up safety and watch lists.
The summer meeting of the USEA Board of Governors was held last week in Dulles, Virginia. With full representation of the Board plus quite a few staff members, it was a productive meeting as this dedicated group of volunteers discussed a variety of topics and worked towards solutions.
The United States Eventing Association is pleased to announce the new Board of Governors and Executive Committee members who were elected at our Annual Meeting of Members on Saturday.