Administration

Mike Stagg: President

mike_staggPhone: 812-303-2046
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Bill Sias: Vice President

BillSiasPhone: 231-744-0070
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Dave Mansfield: East Coast Director

dave_mansfieldPhone: 781-294-4201
Cell: 617-633-1427
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State Membership Chairs


Consultants


Social Media Specialist

Chandler Tuttle

Contact Chandler via Bill Sias

 

 

 

 



 

Mail address:
ADFPF
2920 Harmony Way
Evansville, In 47720


Job Descriptions

President

Elected, voluntary position

Role and Responsibilities

  • Growth and partnership opportunities for the ADFPF (Mr. America for example…)
  • Organize directors for national level and/or international level event
  • Work with WDFPF as appropriate on procedural issues
  • Insure the executive board functions according to expectations
  • Insure the integrity of the organization
  • Attend as many ADFPF National meets as possible.

Qualifications

An active interest in powerlifting. Experience in managing a professional organization. Ability to deal with all people in all situations. Must travel to a majority of all national events.

Preferred Skills

Organized, good time manager, familiar with common productivity software.

Additional Notes

Vice President

Elected, voluntary position

Role and Responsibilities

  • Day to day operation of the federation
  • First line of communication with lifters and meet directors
  • Supervise State Chairs
  • Insure integrity of all lifting records
  • Responsible for meet results, drug testing COC and samples completion in a timely manner and according to federation expectations
  • Attend as many ADFPF National meets as possible.

Qualifications

An active interest in powerlifting. Experience in managing a professional organization. Ability to deal with all people in all situations. Must travel to a majority of all national events.

Preferred Skills

Organized, good time manager, familiar with common productivity software.

Additional Notes


Treasurer

Elected, voluntary position

Role and Responsibilities

  • Payment to the WDFPF for lifter entry fees
  • Maintain bank account
  • Annual Financial Statement
  • File forms 990 National and State

Qualifications

An active interest in powerlifting. Demonstrated financial management skills and an understanding of tax law. Familiarity with current banking practices, i.e. PayPal, Square.

Preferred Skills

Organized, good time manager, familiar with common productivity software.

Additional Notes

Drug Control Officer

Elected, voluntary position

Role and Responsibilities

  • Therapeutic Use Exemption
  • Chain Of Custody
  • Interface with Quest and WADA/USADA
  • Issuance of Suspension Letters
  • Communicating the lifter’s position to the WDFPF

Qualifications

A medical professional, preferably a doctor. Excellent written communications skills.

Preferred Skills

Organized, good time manager, familiar with common productivity software.

Additional Notes


International Director

Elected, voluntary position

Role and Responsibilities

  • Coordination of ADFPF team applications (posting, receipt and communication)
  • Insuring the WDFPF fees are tabulated and communicated to the treasurer by October 1 of each year.
  • Tabulate and communicate entry fees for the WDFPF events to treasurer for payment
  • Coordinate ordering of TEAM USA uniforms
  • Primary representative to WDFPF congress (submittal of motions and ADFPF consensus positions)

Qualifications

A track record of international travel and relations. Good interpersonal skills. Willingness to travel internationally.

Preferred Skills

Organized, good time manager, familiar with common productivity software.

Additional Notes

Regional Director

Elected, voluntary position

Role and Responsibilities

  • Promote the ADFPF in a specific area
  • Interface with Gym owners
  • Serves as state chair when one does not exist within the region.

Qualifications

An active interest in powerlifting.

Preferred Skills

Organized, good time manager, familiar with common productivity software.


State Chair

Hired, paid position

Role and Responsibilities

  • Insure that a State Meet happens every year.
  • Represent the ADFPF at meets in your state.
  • Assist ADFPF meet hosts.
  • Maintain state records.
  • Maintain state meet records.
  • Coordinate with the Drug Testing Officer.
  • Coordinate with the Technology Officer regarding website information.
  • Attend as many ADFPF National meets as possible.
  • Responsible for meet results, drug testing COC and samples completion in a timely manner and according to federation expectations

Qualifications

An active interest in powerlifting.

Preferred Skills

Organized, good time manager, familiar with common productivity software.

Additional Notes

Hired by and reports to the Vice President

 


Board Elections:

An individual may self-nominate or be nominated. Candidates must accept the nomination for it to be valid.

The Executive board will verify that a nominee meets the requirements for the nominated position. If a candidate is denied the opportunity to run the reason(s) will be communicated by the board.

The membership votes for their candidates of choice. A voting member is any member in good standing in the current or previous calendar year.

Each position can be replaced after 2 years. Only half of the board positions expire each year. The positions of President and Vice President may not expire in the same year.

Nominations for expiring position must be received by the end of the year.

Voting begins January 1st and continues until Single Event Nationals conclude. The results are announced immediately.

Nominees may submit a letter to be published on website as to why they believe they are correct for the position.

Positions expiring in 2018 are: President and Treasurer*.

Positions expiring in 2019 are: Vice President and Secretary*.

The cycle will continue every year, i.e. in 2020 President and Treasurer will expire.

The current positions of Regional Directors, Drug Testing  Officer, and International Director are board elected advisory positions. These positions also expire every two years or sooner if the board determines a change in need*.

*Modified 8/16/2017 by Bill Sias to reflect changes made to comply with the Constitution.