Board of Trustees

Bradford S. Smith, Esq., President and Trustee | Cinnaminson, N.J.
Deni E. Auclair, Vice President and Trustee | Dover, MA.
Ed Reiner, Treasurer and Trustee | Pound Ridge, N.Y.
Dennis R. O'Connell, Esq., Secretary and USA Boxing Independent Trustee | Phoenix, Ariz.
Darrell Gunter, Trustee | South Orange, N.J.
Marshall Murdaugh, Trustee | Henrico, Va.
Donovan Shia, Trustee | Corpus Christi, Texas
Lacey Walke, MD, Trustee | Grosse Pointe Farms, Mich.
Dr. Richard "Dick" Hoffman, Audit Committee Trustee | Coronado, Calif.
Dr. Lew Perkins, USA Boxing Board of Director Trustee | Lawrence, Kan.

Elise Seignolle, USA Boxing Athlete Representative | New York, N.Y.

Chris Cugliari, Non-Member of USA Boxing Board of Directors Trustees | New York, N.Y.

Robert O. Voy, M.D., Trustee Emeritus | Las Vegas, Nev.

Linda Gleeson, Independent Business Manager | Colorado Springs, Colo.


History of the USABF
Since its founding in 1984 with a special grant from the U.S. Olympic Committee (USOC), the United States Amateur Boxing Foundation has been a major contributing force in amateur boxing; providing almost $1.7 million dollars in direct support to numerous programs for young men and women boxers throughout the United States.
The United States Amateur Boxing Foundation is the only organization that exists solely to raise funds to support and advance the sport.    We provide funding directly to the athletes, as well as to the organizations that support them at all levels – local, state and national programs.
Mission & Goals
The mission of the Foundation is to advance the sport of amateur boxing and its participants, by providing financial support, resources and expertise to USA Boxing and those it serves.

The Foundation's purpose is threefold:
To raise financial support in order to fund programs and provide resources which advance the sport of amateur boxing at all levels.
To plan new programs, in conjunction with USA Boxing, the national governing body of amateur, Olympic-style boxing,  to benefit the amateur boxing community and provide the funding to support those programs.
To build the awareness and reputation of the sport of amateur boxing  in the United States.

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