(Milwaukee, WI) The JVA is pleased to announce that Maggie Griffin has been re-elected to the JVA Board of Directors. Maggie is the Owner and Director of VCNebraska in Lincoln, Nebraska.

Maggie has an extensive volleyball background as a Director and player. She founded VCNebraska in 2011 while coaching for her alma mater at the University of Nebraska. Since her club’s formation, the program has grown from 4 teams in 2011 to over 40 teams in 2019, including regional and competitive options, a youth program, and an extensive camp program that spans the state of Nebraska. Maggie has been an instrumental part of the JVA’s growth in the state of Nebraska. In 2017 she was awarded the AVCA 30 under 30. VCNebraska is currently in the process of a project that will include a brand new, state of the art 12 court multi sport facility set to open in 2019. 

We are happy to welcome Maggie back for another three years on our Board” shares JVA Executive Director Jenny Hahn. “Maggie has been a great addition. She not only brought her vast experience with club volleyball but has been invaluable as our Treasurer this past year.”

During her first three-year term on the JVA Board of Directors, Maggie was the Chair of JVA’s Finance Committee and also the Board Treasurer. Even before joining the Board, Maggie shared numerous resources for JVA’s education in the areas of business and accounting. She has also presented on JVA’s behalf at the AVCA Convention.

I am thrilled to be re-elected to the JVA Board and continue to share ideas, problems, and solutions to the JVA community and staff” states Maggie. “After having met so many talented individuals in the past 3 years, I am even more energized by the connections and discussions that have taken place most recently at the AVCA convention. The JVA is truly dedicated to the development of junior volleyball, and I am proud to be a part of it.”

About the JVA Board of Directors
The members of the JVA Board of Directors serve a 3 year term. The JVA Board of Directors governs, assures financial stability, develops policy and sets a course for the future, maintaining focus on the mission and guiding principles. Click HERE to view the JVA Board of Directors.

The slate of candidates for this year’s election included many extremely experienced and successful junior volleyball directors” adds Jenny. “The JVA is excited about the caliber of our JVA membership. Our members are not only the clubs who are winning national championships, but they are the business leaders and innovators of our sport, and they are eager to contribute to our organization and give back.”

As JVA grows and expands its reach through membership, education, events, and advocacy we look to shape a board with a broad base of leadership capabilities and one which represents our JVA member base. The overall growth of youth and junior club volleyball continues to be exciting and brings many new opportunities and challenges to our membership primarily comprised of club directors and coaches. The JVA staff with the support and guidance of the JVA Board of Directors is committed to serving as a vital resource to support that growth.

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About the Junior Volleyball Association

The Junior Volleyball Association (JVA) is a non-profit organization that promotes the growth of youth and junior volleyball through program and resource development, education and events. The organization was formed in 2006 with a primary focus of being a voice for junior volleyball club directors and coaches, and to this day with over 1,200 member clubs, is the only organization that is focused entirely on youth and junior volleyball.