Mission & Organization

Mission Statement

Slackline U.S. aims to assist in access management for the slackline community, encourage conservation, and foster safe practices in all forms of slacklining through education and community development.

The primary focus of Slackline U.S. is to support the slackline community. We do this by assisting with access management, consolidating gear and rigging knowledge and providing rigging educational resources, promoting Leave No Trace ethics, publishing conservation guidelines, organizing clean-ups and trail building projects, coordinating efforts of local groups and providing organizational support, developing outreach programs, and connecting with the International Slackline Association.

Slackline U.S. is a 501(c)3 tax-exempt non-profit organization.

 

Board of Directors

More board members will be added as we develop, voted on by the members. Advisory board members are reviewed annually by the board of directors.

Board of Directors:
Sonya Iverson, PhD – President
Ben Plotkin-Swing – Vice President
Dan Walsh, MS – Treasurer
Scott Rogers
Nick Honnold
Hayley Percy

Advisory Board

Slackline U.S. is grateful for the assistance of our advisory board members.
Jerry Miszewski
Faith Dickey
Scott Rogers
Libby Sauter
Terry Acomb
Damian Cooksey
Josh Beaudoin
Mickey Wilson
Chelsey Magnus
Dakota Collins
Matt Ritter

Organization Documents: 
Bylaws
Working Model (laymen terms describing organization & function)

 

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