About USA Judo

USA Judo, a 501-c-3 non-profit organization, is governed by a Board of Directors. Per the USA Judo Bylaws, the Board of Directors consists of 10 directors. Currently these directors are comprised as follows:

  1. 2 athlete directors, one of whom shall be the USA Judo representative to the USOC Athletes' Advisory Council (the "Athlete Directors");
  2. 1 representative of the Group A organizational members of USA Judo (the "Group A Organizational Director");
  3. 1 representative of the Group B and Group C organizational members of USA Judo (the "Group B and C Organizational Director");
  4. 1 representative of the Referee Members of USA Judo (the "Referee Director");
  5. 1 representative of the Coach Members of USA Judo, who is no the head of athlete coaching development for USA Judo (the "Coach Director");
  6. 2 at-large directors, who shall be members of USA Judo (the "At-Large Directors");
  7. 2 independent directors (the "Independent Directors")

The immediate past President of USA Judo shall serve as an ex-officio, non-voting member of the Board of Directors.

USA Judo is managed on a day-to-day basis by a six-member full-time staff in the USA Judo National Office, located at the Olympic Sports House in Colorado Springs, Colorado.