Board of Directors
The Sheltowee Trace Association is managed by a volunteer Board of Directors, elected for one year by the membership at the Annual Meeting. Each year, in the Fall, prior to the Annual Meeting, nominations are accepted from the members for election to the board. You may self-nominate. The board meetings at least 4 times a year, and other times as needed to hear reports, monitor activities and programs and make decisions on issue that affect the mission of the Sheltowee Trace Association.
The Sheltowee Trace Association is lead by an executive director who answers to the Board of Directors of the Association. Since the founding of the STA, Steve Barbour has served as the Executive Director overseeing the growth and operations of the organization.
Steve is retired from the U.S. Army, having spent 22 years, the first years in the airborne infantry, then over 18 years in the military broadcasting / public affairs community. Steve has traveled extensively while in the service and enjoys the peace and solitude of the backcountry. Only New Hampshire and Maine are left on his A.T. section hikes. He is a member of the first class of participants in the Hiker Challenge - Class of 2012.
Are you interested in serving on the Board? Visit the link below to gain additional insight into what the board's function is and what it means to be a board member.