OIAAA 3rd Strategic Plan
Building a Committee of OIAAA Members – April 25, 2021
SWOADA – Chris Weaver, Kettering Fairmont High School (unable to attend)
NWOIAAA – Jeff Hill, Eastwood High School
NEOIAAA – Ryan Peters, Beachwood High School (unable to attend)
SEOIAAA – Keith Dettwiller, Piketon High School
CEOIAAA – Heath O’Neal, Dublin City Schools
EOIAAA – Chip Amicone, Garaway High School
Julie Renner: OIAAA Assistant Executive Director
Joe Roberts: Southwest District Representative
Joe Kimling: OIAAA Secretary
Gary Spinell: OIAAA President-Elect
Rick Guimond: OIAAA President
Bill Schumacher: NEOIAAA Representative in attendance
Tony Williams: SEOIAAA District Representative
Heather Beck: Female Representative
Randy King: OIAAA Treasurer
Glen Gillespie: OIAAA Executive Director
Ken Baker: Strategic Plan Lead
- NIAAA Relationship
- Mentoring Opportunities
- Respect Profession
- Becoming Involved
- Social Media
- Nuts and Bolts (Procedures)
- Membership Balance (Dues)
- P.D. (options)
- Influence w/other Professional Associations in the state of Ohio
- Social Media/Communication
OIAAA 3rd Strategic Plan starting 2021
Goal 1 – MEMBERSHIP
The OIAAA will increase dual membership to reach 800+ members.
1.1: Promote an all-in initiative of 10% of leagues.
1.2: Explore alternative membership -1.3: Relevance to nonmember ADs (why Join)
1.4: Increase Middle School AD, Female ADs, and Minority ADs, to address the diversity of overall membership, by 20% over 5 years.
1.5: Continue to develop mentoring programs with current and retired ADs.
Goal 2 – FINANCIAL
The OIAAA will maintain current financial stability based on:
2.1: Review/Audit committee to promote complete transparency.
2.2: Keep a “Rainy Day” and Endowment Fund with ___% or ___(set amount)
2.3: Maintain a general fund balance sufficient to operate the next fiscal year.
2.4: Pursue investment options and opportunities to benefit the entire association.
2.5: Set aside ___% of the general fund each fiscal year for outreach and professional development.
Goal 3 – PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
The OIAAA will identify a professional development format to benefit our membership
3.1: Create a New AD Workshop to include the OHSAA and support the new standards of the business.
- Create within “So You Want to Be an AD” workshop
3.2: Collaborate with all associations to bring professional development and training to new ADs (3 years or less)
3.3: Enhance our professional development delivery method
- Increase virtual opportunities through workshops and LTIs
- Build the AD Toolbox to function as a Best Practice Guide
- Plan quarterly Hot Topics roundtable sessions
3.4: Place emphasis on the CAA designation in our LTI offerings to increase this certification amongst our members
- Increase CAA certifications by 10%
- Increase Members with CAA’s to CMAA by 2%
Goal 4 – COMMUNICATION
The OIAAA will promote the mission to our audiences. In addition, solicit the input and needs from our membership.
4.1: Use various forms of social media and surveys to gather input from members on athletic policies.
4.2: Create a sub-committee to work with the Executive Director to assess needs and find resources to promote Education-Based Athletics
4.3: Use social media and awards to celebrate and promote the profession of Athletic Administration
4.4: Network with other state associations to learn different ways to promote Education-Based Athletics