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As a membership organization governed by a Board of Directors, all members should feel free to contact a director to discuss any issue about which she is concerned. We do, however, request that our members respect the fact that these Directors are volunteers who donate their time for the benefit of women's golf in Arizona. A full time staff is employed to manage the details of your membership in the AWGA. In order to best serve you, please refer your questions and requests first to a staff member.

 
 Mary Pomroy
 Executive Director 
 mpomroy@awga.org
As Executive Director, Mary oversees the staff and all activities of the Association. In addition to managing the staff, her ultimate responsibility is to assist the Board of Directors in fulfilling the Association's mission. Her detailed knowledge about every aspect of the game of golf along with her enthusiasm for promoting women's golf keep the organization on track and in the forefront of women's golf associations nationwide. Under her direction, the AWGA has become Arizona's Leader in Women's Golf.
 Vivian Kelley
 Administrative Assistant 
 vivian@awga.org
As administrative assistant, Vivian works to make sure that all of the staff members get the support they need to administer AWGA programs. Vivian's responsibilities also include accounts payable, accounts receivable, database maintenance, and donor acknowledgements.
 Susan Woods
 Business Operations Manager 
 susan@awga.org
Susan takes care of the back office details that enable the rest of the staff to focus on programs. Her primary responsibilities include billing and accounts receivable, purchasing, documentation of policy and procedural changes. She also assists with all seminar and event coordination and facilitation, and maintains the Association's annual calendar. When you have a question about your membership dues, rebates, or would like an event to be posted on the calendar, Susan is the one to call.
 Erin Groeneveld
 USGA Programs Manager 
 erin@awga.org
Erin is in charge of USGA Programs, which include Course Rating, Handicapping, and Rules of Golf Administration. USGA Programs enable courses to maintain a current Course Rating to allow women to post their scores for Handicap purposes; provides software and hardware to member clubs for utilzation of the GHIN software; educates and license the Associations Club Compliance program, and educates Handicap Chairs and club members on the USGA Handicap System; train and provide Rules Officals not only for tourmaments and Championships presented by the AWGA, but also for various college and junior events, including the Arizona SilverBelle Championship, high school junior golf programs, and the Junior Golf Association of Arizona Girls State Championship. Erin plans and conducts Rules of Golf education seminars and working with the Rules Committee, she makes sure our members understand how to play the game according to the USGA Rule of Golf. Erin is a former P.J. Boatwright, Jr. intern.
 Julie Fenn
 Player Programs Manager 
 julie@awga.org
As Player Program Manager, Julie oversees AWGA programs that focus on the playing of the game. These include administering AWGA presented tournaments and Championships, Adult Player Development and the Golf 101 beginner lesson program, and Junior Grants and Assistance programs, including the High School Girls Golf - Build a TEAM program. If you have questions about an AWGA tournament or your entry status, Julie is your -go to- staff member. She is the one who facilitates all communication to tournament players. Julie is also a former USGA PJ Boatwright Jr. Intern.
 Robyn Noll
 Business Resources and Technology Specialist 
 rnoll@awga.org
As the AWGA's Business Resources and Technology Specialist, Robyn has a myriad of job functions. She helps run the AWGA's Volunteer Development and Fundraising Programs, contributes articles for the AWGA Newslinks and other industry publications, helps develop and improve procedures, and manages both the Document Control and History Committees. She also assists staff with computer-related and other technical issues, coordinates changes to the back-end of the company website, helps ensure the AWGA's server is properly maintained, and is the company liaison to outside tech support.

 
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