Events Manager | firstname.lastname@example.org
As Events Manager Flom is responsible for logistics, volunteers, and general support of all USQ events, including nationals and regional championships. She has been involved in quidditch since the fall of 2011 at the University of North Carolina at Wilmington, began volunteering at US Quidditch events in 2013 and was a US Quidditch event volunteer coordinator in the events department from 2015-2016. Jillian graduated from the University of North Carolina at Pembroke in 2016.
Events Director | email@example.com
Kimball oversees the planning and execution of all USQ events and related programs, including nationals, regional championships, event bidding and sanctioning, and the tournament director certification program. She also does graphic design. She has over eight years of event management experience. Prior to starting with USQ in 2015, she worked primarily with theatre and art companies in Southern California like cARTel: Collaborative Arts LA and the Hillcrest Center for the Arts, producing events ranging in size from 12 people to crowds of more than 4,000. As a non-profit administrator, she also has extensive marketing and fundraising experience. She has a B.A. in Drama with Honors in Stage Management from the University of California, Irvine (Zot, Zot!).
Membership Director | firstname.lastname@example.org
Schnier's role as the Membership Director sees him managing member services, education and training of new and current players, coaches, officials and volunteers. Scnhier spends his spare time watching, playing, eating and breathing sports. He graduated from Florida State University in 2014.
Executive Director | email@example.com
Prior to starting as Executive Director in July 2016, Woolsey served as the Interim Executive Director of USQ from December 2015-July 2016, overseeing operations and organizational development in partnership with staff and volunteers. As Events Director from 2013-2015, Woolsey oversaw USQ's nine annual events, event bidding, event sanctioning, tournament director training, and directly or indirectly manages over 50 volunteers. Woolsey graduated from the University of Maryland and she has been involved in quidditch since 2010. Sarah has either organized or played in over 45 quidditch tournaments.