PSIA/AASI-NRM Rules and Regulations
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Minutes from NRM Board of Directors Meetings
PSIA-AASI Northern Rocky Mountain Spring Board of Directors Meeting
Saturday, May 10, 2014
Contact NRM President Shannon Griffin for more information.
Minutes from previous meetings.
2014 NRM Board of Directors Election
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Letter from NRM President...
Update on the Divisional Agreement and the new Governance Task Force
As it has been a few months since the signing of the Divisional Agreement by five of the PSIA/AASI divisions, here is a quick update on current events. The five divisions who have signed are still firmly behind the document as the best direction for each of our memberships. This document formalizes our business relationship by spelling out the roles and responsibilities of each of our business where they overlap and will be renewed on a yearly basis. Areas covered by the agreement are divisional boundaries, membership, national certifications, and logo ownership and use. As in any relationship, when roles and responsibilities are defined, each party is better able to work towards the mission. In this case, we are able to more efficiently serve our membership and work toward our shared mission of inspiring a lifelong passion for the mountain experience, helping people grow personally and professionally, creating positive learning experiences, and have more fun!
The four divisions that have not yet signed the Divisional Agreement are still working on the details that have given them pause. Each of these divisions (Rocky, Eastern, Intermountain, and Northwest) have different areas of concern ranging from a few minor details (which wording changes will fix), to PSIA logo ownership and reintroducing prior forms of membership. Although they continue to work on this document, they have put a higher priority on governance. As a division, we also feel this is a very important issue and will be fully participating in the Governance Task Force.
The issue of governance was brought forward as a concern by all divisions in our January 2012 meeting in Lakewood, CO. The first steps of forming the Governance Task Force has begun with the hiring of a governance expert, Bill Charney, who spoke with leadership from each division about their concerns, and then developed options for how this task force might be created. Though still at the beginning stages, the initial group is being put together by identifying objective representation from each of the divisions. More information about the Governance Task Force and Bill Charney can be found here on the National website.
I hope the end of the season has treated each of you well and that the upcoming summer months offers you the same! As always, it is a pleasure to be able to serve this division and please feel free to contact me with any questions.
Who's who: Board of Directors, Officers and Staff
President: Shannon Griffin 6/15
Vice President: Heidi Maier 6/14
Secretary: Craig Beam 6/15
Treasurer: Anthony Brown 6/14
Board of Directors
Craig Beam 6/15
Anthony Brown 6/14
Mike Ewing 6/16
Dick Fast 6/16
Chris Kronebusch 6/16
Heidi Maier 6/14
Sherrie Nevill 6/15
Alpine Chair: Jim Anderson 6/16
Snowboard Chair: Ben Daniel 6/14
Nordic Chair: Stew Chumbley 6/14
Children's Ed Chair: Jill Imsand 6/14
Freestyle Chair: Matt Larson 6/16
Adaptive Chair: Diana Proemm 6/16
Snowsport School Committee Chair: Bonnie Hickey
National Board Representative
Eliza Kuntz 6/16
Contact info for all directors, officers and chairs can be found on the Contact Us page.
If you are interested in serving on the board or as a chair, please refer to the NRM Bylaws and NRM Rules and Regulations for more information or contact any of the above individuals.
As an organization we are only as strong as our membership. Additional volunteers willing to share their expertise and contribute to the success of NRM are welcome. If you have experience with accounting, human resources, fund raising, marketing, writing, photography, graphic design, web design, legal services, or other fields, we encourage you to get involved. Help grow and improve NRM and uphold our vision and mission:
Vision: Inspiring a lifelong passion for the mountain experience.
Mission: We support our members, as a part of the snowsports industry, to:
• Develop personally and professionally
• Create positive learning experiences
• Have more fun