Jurisdiction: the collection of viewpoints and ideas of active and former competitive athletes, the representation and promotion of the rights and viewpoints of active and former competitive athletes, the conducting of informational meetings and the election of individuals to serve in athlete positions of U.S. Figure Skating as well as athlete positions in the USOC.
Chair: Pilar Bosley, Pilar.Bosley@gmail.com
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Vice Chair - Molly Oberstar
Vice Chair - Douglas Razzano
Vice Chair - Amanda Evora
Vice Chair - Colin McManus
Vice Chair - Jenna Longo
AAC Members on the Board of Directors
Derrick Delmore, Athlete Member (Singles)
John Coughlin, Athlete Member (Pairs)
Pilar Bosley, Athlete Member (Ice Dancing)
Erika Hoffman, Athlete Member (Synchronized)
Nominating Committee Members
Eastern: Colin McManus
Midwestern: Mark Ladwig
Pacific Coast: Jonathan Cassar
The "Athlete Alumni Ambassador" (3A) award is a scholarship program that identifies skaters who have achieved a level of excellence in their sport and balance this success with an ability to volunteer and contribute within their community. Six finalists, as chosen by the AAC, receive a financial reward as follows:
- Grand Prize Winner: $2,000
- One winner in each of five disciplines (ladies, men's, pairs, ice dancing, synchronized): $500
The 2015 3A Award application is now available. Eligibility is based on a skaters success in the 2014-2015 season as a novice or junior level skater. The application deadline is Friday, April 10, 2015. The winners will be announced at during the 2015 Governing Council held in the beginning of May. Please complete and return the application below.
For more information on the "3A" Award, please contact Pilar Bosley, AAC Chair, at Pilar.Bosley@gmail.com.
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