Minnesota Hockey will host four elections during their Annual Meeting this spring.
Three Minnesota Hockey Board positions are up for election including President, Vice President/Maroon Coordinator and Vice President of Publicity and Promotions. These elections will take place during the Minnesota Hockey Spring Board Meeting on April 21, 2013.
An election will also be held for the USA Hockey Girls’/Women’s Section Representative. This will take place during the USA Hockey Minnesota District meeting that immediately follows the Minnesota Hockey Board meeting.
View the job description and expectations (links) below for more information on each of the positions.
If you intend to run for any of these positions, please provide Dennis Green (firstname.lastname@example.org) with your name, contact information and a brief bio of your related experience. The deadline for applicants is April 5, 2013.
President – Preside at meetings of the association and Board of Directors. The President or appointed designee(s) shall have the power to address any matters pertaining to Minnesota Hockey activities which seem to be in the best interest of Minnesota Hockey.
Vice President, Maroon Coordinator – Organize and supervise all sanctioned regional events, including tournaments, and support the activities of the District Directors within the Maroon Region. The Maroon Region consists of Districts 1, 2, 3, 6, 8 and 10.
Vice President of Publicity and Promotions – Responsible for organizing all information related to the enhancement and awareness of Minnesota Hockey. This includes development of and activation of corporate partnership and supplier relationships, media relations and marketing plans.
USA Hockey Girls’/Women’s Section Representative - The primary responsibility shall be to represent Minnesota’s girls and women at USA Hockey.
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