Aquatics and Commercial

ASSA’s Emily McNeill appointed to USSSA committee

November 28, 2017
Emily McNeill helping kids learn to swim in Vietnam
Emily McNeill helping kids learn to swim in Vietnam

As part of the Australian Swim Schools Association’s growing international links, the Association’s Events and Inclusion Manager, Emily McNeill, has been appointed to the United States Swim Schools Association’s (USSSA) Special Abilities Committee.

McNeill, who coordinates ASSA’s Inclusion Committee, will use the position to further enhance sharing of information and resources.

ASSA chief executive Ross Gage says overseas appointees are rare but McNeill is held in high regard by the USSSA, and her appointment will reinforce the strong relationship between both associations.

McNeill says she is thrilled to be a part of such a wonderful committee and excited to help further strengthen the relationship between that committee and ASSA’s Inclusion Committee, initially through the joint video library project on teaching learners with disability swimming and water safety skills.

Dave Crenshaw to present

ASSA has also confirmed that leadership expert Dave Crenshaw has been confirmed as a keynote speaker for the Australian Swim Schools Conference component of the International Swim Schools Spectacular 2018, to be held concurrently with SPLASH! on the Gold Coast.

As an author, speaker, and online instructor, Crenshaw has helped transform many thousands of businesses leaders worldwide and has been acknowledged as a stand out presenter at past US Swim Schools Conferences.

He will be presenting The Focused Business: How to Conquer Chaos in Your Business.

The International Swim Schools Spectacular 2018 is being held on the Gold Coast from July 30 to August 4, 2018. SPLASH! is being held on August 1 and 2, 2017.

 

 



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