Junior Olympic Archery Development
Photo by Gary Holstein
JOAD is a program of USA Archery, and is governed through the Board of Governers as well as the USA Archery office. JOAD maintains its own administrative office which oversees daily support duties and the recruiting of new clubs.
JOAD is coordinated by a national network of leaders and coaches.
The JOAD Committee governs the JOAD program. The committee consists of a JOAD National Coordinator, four regional coordinators (one from each of the four USA ARCHERY geographic regions) and one Athlete Representative. There are no set terms for any of the positions. If you or someone you know would like to get involved in one of these leadership roles, please contact the JOAD office or USA Archery.
JOAD tournaments are coordinated through a network of dedicated volunteer adult leaders and coaches. These tournament leaders are the backbone of many of these events.
JOAD Club Leader
A USA Archery JOAD club can be led by any instructor age 21 years or older. It is strongly recommended that the leader be, or become, a USA Archery Intermediate Certified Instructor. While a Basic certified instructor can teach archers a fun and safe program, the Intermediate certified instructor teaches the JOAD archer the fundamentals of USA Archerys "BEST" shooting method (Bio-mechanically Efficient Shooting Technique).
The BEST method is the official shooting style of USA Archery, and is the method used by the resident archer-athletes at the Olympic Training Center near San Diego. The method was created by the National Coach of USA Archery, Kisik Lee.
JOAD National Committee
Bob Pian firstname.lastname@example.org
Eva Fuller email@example.com
Cindy Bevilacqua firstname.lastname@example.org
Randi Smith email@example.com
Sally Seipp firstname.lastname@example.org
JOAD State Coordinators
State Coordinators represent the JOAD clubs in their state. They may hold meetings with State JOAD club leaders regarding State Indoor and Outdoor JOAD events. In some states they maintain state JOAD records. Some State Coordinators also assist with scheduling in order to avoid conflicts and encourage club interaction. The State Association usually selects State Coordinators, but if there is not a State Association, they can be appointed by the Regional Coordinator.
Teresa Iaconi email@example.com
Ted Light firstname.lastname@example.org
Ken Dono email@example.com
Marcia Wyman NESAINC@aol.com
Bill Wentzel firstname.lastname@example.org
New York, North
Betty Bollman email@example.com
New York, South
Valerie Gerig TeamGerig@hotmail.com
Linda & Steve Yturralde
Jennifer Harvey firstname.lastname@example.org
Vonda Kemmerer 503-658-0307
Scott Schooley email@example.com
John Wilson 307-632-2316
Roger Grammer Hodgy52@aol.com
Clyde Brummel 616-924-3549
Steve Anschutz firstname.lastname@example.org
Brian Landry RajinCajun@charter.net
Janet Tucker email@example.com
Kenny Compton firstname.lastname@example.org
Lanny Shawler email@example.com
Lee Ann Staton
Bradley Stauffer firstname.lastname@example.org
Tom Barker email@example.com
Ron Carmichael firstname.lastname@example.org
Want to be a JOAD Leader?
Contact the JOAD office if you would like to be considered for a role as state JOAD coordinator, or would like to train to be a tournament judge!