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Our Leadership

The leadership of the USPSA helps to guide our organization as we grow, while never losing sight of our commitment to power soccer athletes.

Without the dedication of our leadership team, the United States Power Soccer Association would not be able to accomplish our mission. It’s a delicate balancing act between ensuring that our established teams have the opportunity to play at the highest level of international competition, while also welcoming brand new athletes, volunteers, and coaches into the sport. But thanks to the work of our leadership, we never lose sight of our mission, or the core values that make us strong. Below, you can read more about the team of people that never take their eyes off the ball.

Mission Statement:
The mission of the United States Power Soccer Association (USPSA) is to provide persons with physical disabilities using power chairs the opportunity to play, learn, and compete in the sport of power soccer. The USPSA governs the sport of Power Soccer in the United States. The USPSA promotes the sport on a national and international level through tournament play, referee certification, training and continued growth.

USPSA board of directors

President

Steve Everett

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Executive Vice President

Nathan Mayer

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Deputy Vice President

Mark Pratt

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Eastern Regional Director

Riley Johnson

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Western Regional Director

Chris Faria

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Secretary

Lexi Heer

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Lexi has been playing power soccer since she was 5 years old. She fell in love with the game at an early age and hasn't looked back since. She's competed at all levels within the USPSA and as a member of the US National Team. She currently plays on the RHI Sudden Impact where she first began her playing career. As secretary, she's looking forward to helping USPSA grow and expand power soccer to the next level. Lexi got her Bachelor's degree in Accounting and Economics from Ball State University and is currently an accountant for a company located in Indianapolis, Indiana. In her free time she enjoys being with family, going to movies, and watching sports.

Treasurer

Tyler Hernandez

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