Please welcome AORE's newly elected Board of Director members
Sent Date: 10/04/16
Newly Elected Board of Director Members Announced The three elected members will begin their term on January 1, 2017
ANN ARBOR, MICH. - October 4, 2016 - On behalf of the AORE Board of Directors, the Association of Outdoor Recreation and Education (AORE) is pleased to introduce AORE members to the newly elected board members. The election ran September 1st through the 30th and was managed and certified by Association Voting, an online voting platform that provides secure online elections for associations.
AORE President-Elect, Lance Haynie, had some words of welcome for the new board members: “I am very excited to welcome these three new individuals to the Board of Directors. They bring a diverse set of skills and professional perspectives that will greatly benefit the strategic leadership the board is charged with. I look forward to having the membership meet them at this year’s conference.”
"What an exciting time to work in outdoor education and recreation!" said AORE's Executive Director, Jeannette Stawski. "With AORE's 2017 priorities; membership, advocacy, and development established, I'm confident that Tom Adams, Eric Frauman, and Genevieve Marchand will be influential in growing the membership, developing a stronger voice to advance AORE, and strengthen resources to preserve fiscal sustainability. I'm confident that each new board member will continue to contribute to AORE in ways that will make meaningful and positive change advancing our mission and those we serve."
Please welcome Tom, Eric, and Genevieve to the Board. They will begin their term on January 1, 2017:
Tom Adams Director, Utah Office of Outdoor Recreation Salt Lake City, UT
Eric Frauman Associate Professor, Recreation Management Appalachian State University Boone, NC
Genevieve Marchand Assistant Professor, Recreation Administration Humboldt State University Department of Kinesiology and Recreation Administration Arcata, CA
The talented group represents several segments of the field of outdoor recreation and education, and AORE looks forward to the contributions they will make to advance our industry.
AORE wishes to thank all members who took time to run for the board and those who voted in the election.