BILLY STRICKLAND – Executive Director
Billy is responsible for ASAA operations, staff, finances, eligibility, waivers, and ASAA board relations. He is Alaska’s representative on the National Federation Council, and currently as the Chair on the NFHS Basketball Rules Committee. Additionally, Billy serves on the ASAA Sports Medicine Advisory Committee.
RUS SCHRECKENGHOST (Schreck) – Associate Executive Director
Schreck is responsible for officials and coaches certification, state championship officials selection and ejections. He also coordinates Cross Country, Swim & Dive, Mix Six/2A Volleyball, Hockey, Nordic Ski, Track & Field and Baseball. Rus consults with Special Olympics Alaska on the development and promotion of Unified Sports.
ISAIAH VREEMAN – Associate Director
Isaiah develops all championship budgets, coordinates media relations, and manages ASAA365.com. He monitors and solicits championship bids and produces all state champion programs. Isaiah also coordinates Football, Wrestling and Basketball.
SANDI WAGNER – Associate Director
Sandi is responsible for historical data, Alaska High School Hall of Fame, awards and serves on the Sports Medicine Advisory Committee. She is the NIAAA Liaison and also coordinates Tennis, 3A/4A Volleyball, Cheer, DDF, Soccer and Softball.
BRIAN HOSKEN – Director of Student Services
Brian is responsible for the Play for Keeps Program, grant writing and administrating. Brian facilitates the Coaching Boys Into Men Program. He also serves as a liaison between ASAA and other state agencies.
KATHLEEN NAVARRE – Student Services Coordinator
Kathleen coordinates student government, is responsible for the Athletes as Leaders Program and assists in other ASAA programs.
DEANNA MONTAGNA – Director of Office Operations & Student Services
Deanna manages office operations, assists Associate Directors and works with the Executive Director in communication to schools. Deanna provides support for the School Activities Reporting System (SARS) and is also responsible for All State Art Competition and World Language Declamation Competition. She is the secretary for the ASAA Board of Directors meetings and is charged with maintaining the minutes.
BRAD POTTER – Director of Technology
Brad is responsible for the design, development and content management of all ASAA websites, social media accounts, photography, digital media assets and related technology. He is also responsible for the IT management of computer systems, mobile communications, network infrastructure and provides technical assistance and training for the staff.
COLIN MCDONALD – Director of Marketing
Colin leads the corporate sponsorship sales and fulfillment efforts by creating and maintaining relationships with both the ASAA staff and their corporate sponsors.
KARI MCFERON – Administrative Assistant
Kari is part-time receptionist and helps with front office duties.
CAM BOHMAN – Music Coordinator
Cam organizes and administrates the All-State Music Festival held in November and the State Solo and Ensemble Music Festival held in May. Her responsibilities involve overseeing the adjudication process, the student selection procedure, the daily festival activities, the culminating performances and any appeal actions for each of the two state music festivals with the high school music directors, adjudicators, conductors, accompanists, students and parents.
JEANIE FARLEY – Chief Financial Officer
Jeanie is responsible for all accounting-related activities including processing of all accounts payable, accounts receivable and payroll. She is responsible for preparing the annual operating budget as well and in house finance reports. Annually she assists the auditors with preparation of our financial statements.
SHAWN BRISCOE – Drama, Debate and Forensics (DDF) Coordinator
Shawn organizes and administrates the ASAA/First National Bank Alaska DDF State Tournament. In addition, he is responsible for promoting DDF in the community, helping in the development of new DDF programs, recruiting & training volunteer judges for competitions, and serving as a resource for new and experienced coaches and programs.