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USA Archery (USAA) is led by an elected ten-person Board of Directors.  Members of the Board of Directors must be members of USAA who are at least eighteen years old and U.S. citizens.  Members of the Board of Directors elected hold office for a four-year term and are not eligible to be elected to serve more than two consecutive four-year terms, but may, after a one-year absence from membership on the Board, be re-elected.


The term of office for a director of the Board of Directors is four years. The USAA Board of Directors represents the interests of the Archery community and its athletes by providing the organization with policy, guidance and strategic direction. The Board oversees the management of USAA and its affairs, but it does not manage the organization. The Board focuses on long-term objectives and impacts rather than on day-to-day management, empowering the Chief Executive Officer to manage a staff-driven organization with effective Board oversight. In addition, the Board performs the following specific functions, among others:

  • implements procedures to orient new Board directors, to educate all directors on the business and governance affairs of USAA, and to evaluate Board performance;

  • selects, compensates, and evaluates the Chief Executive Officer and plans for management succession;

  • reviews and approves USAA's strategic plan and the annual operating plans, budget, business plans, and corporate performance;

  • sets policy and provides guidance and strategic direction to management on significant issues facing USAA;

  • reviews and approves significant corporate actions;

  • oversees the financial reporting process, communications with stakeholders, and USAA's legal and regulatory compliance program;

  • oversees effective corporate governance;

  • approves capital structure, financial strategies, borrowing commitments, and long-range financial planning;

  • reviews and approves financial statements, annual reports, audit and control policies, and, upon the recommendation of the Audit Committee, selects independent auditors;

  • monitors to determine whether USAA's assets are being properly protected;

  • monitors USAA's compliance with laws and regulations and the performance of its broader responsibilities; and

  • ensures that the Board and management are properly structured and prepared to act in case of an unforeseen corporate crisis.

USA Archery Board of Directors

Chair: Bill Corbin

Bill Corbin – Independent    

Belinda Foxworth – Independent    

Skip Trafford - Grassroots    

Cindy Bevilacqua - Grassroots    

Tom Green – Judge    

Dee Falks – Coach   

Greg Easton – At-Large    

Erika Anschutz – Athlete    

Nick Kale – Athlete