NISOA Executive Board
John Puglisi (NY) – President
Responsible to supervise the Executive Director, Associate Executive Director, and Director of Operations. Presides over Executive Board meetings. Advises on the management of the Association. Appoints/terminates committee chair. Appoints officers and representatives to unexpired terms.
Gary Huber (MO) – Vice President
Serves in the absence of the President. Responsible for the Ethics and Grievance committee, sales, welfare and the National Convention.
Robert Fischer (VA) – Secretary
Takes minutes of the Annual General Meeting and other meetings. Reviews and recommends updates to the constitution and by-laws. Conducts the fee survey and keeps the President advised of any issues.
George Wescott (NJ) – Past President
Responsible for marketing, hospitality and fundraising. Assists in forming chapters. Maintains record and history.
Todd Abraham (IL) – Sr. Director of Instruction
Develops National training materials. Responsible for training National and Local Clinicians. Coordinates regional and NSCAA clinics. Oversees the curriculum and management for the National Training Academy and National Referee Program. Prepares the Preseason Guide and Rules Differences Guide. Liaison with NASO.
George Noujaim (CA) – Sr. Director of Evaluations
Manages the Assessment and Physical Fitness programs.
Dan Lukash (MD) – Sr. Director of Programs
Responsible for NISOA programs for interscholastic, assignment and technology.
Julie Fabsik – Swarts (IN)
NISOA Executive Director
Responsible for NISOA daily operations, financial performance, external relationships and staff management.
Tom Richardson (NC) – Associate Director
Manages the membership roster, awards, and makes payments to vendors. Responsible for sales.
Jim Triplett (MA) Chairman, Regional Representatives
Represents the regional representatives and their chapters.
Carmen Serbio (NC) Director, Financial Management
Responsible for financial and investment management. Prepares reports and monitors financial performance
NISOA Regional Map
There are 11 Regional Representatives who expedite grievance decisions, act as an intermediate agent between the National Office and local Chapters. The Regional Representatives also make recommendations on policies, coordinate new chapter formation and manage the regional referee of the year award. Regional Representatives are elected by the chapters in their region every two years.