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The NSCA appoints State and Provincial Directors to promote membership and awareness of the nonprofit association on the local, national, and international levels. Directors hold a three-year term. During his/her tenure, the individual serves as a resource to members and non-members within their State/Province by providing education on topics relating to strength and conditioning.
The purpose of a National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) Regional Coordinator and State/Provincial Directors’ (SPD) program shall be to:
Do you see a vacancy that you are interested in fulfilling? Get involved as a State or Provincial Director by filling out the volunteer application and emailing it to email@example.com, faxing it to 719-632-6367, or mailing it to NSCA | Attn. Volunteering | 1885 Bob Johnson Drive | Colorado Springs, CO 80906. Provide strength and conditioning awareness to your community, bridge the gap between the NSCA and its members, and be a leader and inspiration to those around you.
Iowa Strength and Conditioning Professionals, Enthusiasts, and Coaches, I am excited to be the new NSCA Director for Iowa. We have some unbelievable resources in the field of strength and conditioning here in the state of Iowa, and I feel very fortunate to have had the opportunity to meet and learn from many of you. I am now honored to be given the chance to help grow the profession and assist as a means to disseminate world-class information to our state. We are privileged in Iowa to have nationally recognized collegiate sport programs at all levels, with top-notch strength and conditioning professionals associated with these programs. We have incredible high school strength programs with very strong coaching in which I personally have benefited. Every year, athletes out of these programs become part of UNI Athletics. These athletes have a distinct advantage because of their prior coaching, and it is appreciated. There are also phenomenal professionals in the private sector that are changing lives for the better. I have also greatly benefited from these individuals. Every year, we receive athletes that have had training in the private sector. These athletes prove to be enormous assets to our sports teams here at UNI year in and year out. This is why I am excited to work with all of you in the future. I have put together an Advisory Board comprised of professionals in Iowa. We will work together to conduct future conferences, clinics, and symposia. The following list is the Iowa NSCA Advisory Board as well as a Liaison to our Board: Armand McCormick: Owner of CrossFit Kilo and XL Sports AccelerationTerry Noonan: Director of Athletic Training at the University of IowaGreg Kustra: President of the Iowa Weightlifting Federation (LWC)Dr. Jeffrey Clark: Orthopedic Surgeon and President of Cedar Valley Medical Specialists (CVMS)Dr. Robin Lund: Exercise Physiologist at University of Northern IowaDoug Gee: Athletic Director at ADEL High SchoolCourtney Novotny: Physical Therapy at CVMS and UNI Strength and Conditioning CoachJeff Conner: Owner of Power-Lift Equipment Company Nick Davis: Liaison to Iowa NSCA Board and Conference Coordinator I am excited to work with this great group of professionals, and I hope we can help to bring great educational experiences to all of you. If you would like me to contact you in regards to future educational opportunities in the state of Iowa, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I will add you to my contact list for future clinics. I am looking forward to our future. Sincerely, Jed SmithUNI Strength and Conditioningjed.email@example.com
Greetings!My name is Justin Smith and I am the new NSCA State Director for Vermont. I have been a college strength coach for 10 years and a Member of the NSCA during my entire career. This past year I become a RSCC certified coach through the NSCA in addition to my CSCS®. I currently work at the University of Vermont (UVM) where I serve as the Associate Head Coach of Athletic Performance. At UVM, I work with men's hockey, skiing, field hockey, and men's and women's track and field. I am in charge of designing, implementing, and supervising year-round athletic performance programs for these teams. I have a tremendous passion for the field of strength and conditioning as well as athletics, and am looking forward to assisting all NSCA Members in the state of Vermont in any way possible. Right now, I am in the beginning stages of putting together an Advisory Board to assist in the development of activities in the state, as well as planning for our state clinic, which will be hosted at UVM in June 2013. The role of the Advisory Board will be to develop clinic topics, recommend and/or obtain presenters for clinics, and help with all clinic logistics. I am seeking a diverse group of individuals from across the state to serve on the board. Areas I would like to see represented on the board are listed but not limited to the following: