The National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) has elected Rob Cuff, the executive director of the Utah High School Activities Association (USHAA), as its new president. Cuff, is its 62nd president and began his one-year term July 2 following the organization’s summer meeting in Orlando, FL.
Sally Marquez, executive director of the New Mexico Activities Association (NMAA), was elected by the NFHS Board of Directors as president-elect for its upcoming year.
The following individuals were approved by the NFHS National Council for four-year terms to its Board of Directors: Bob Lombardi, executive director, Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association, Section 2; Dan Swartos, executive director, South Dakota High School Activities Association, Section 5; and Lisa Quednow, activities director, Austin (Minnesota) High School, at large, Sections 5 and 8.
Que Tucker, the commissioner of the North Carolina High School Athletic Association (NCHSAA), was appointed to the Board of Directors for one year to fill the unexpired Section 3 term of Steve Savarese, who retired as executive director of the Alabama High School Athletic Association earlier this month. Savarese had been scheduled to serve as president in his final year.
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