The Regional Leadership Program is a network of parents,
alumni and friends of the AJGA who assist the Board
of Directors and the AJGA Advancement staff with the
Association's development programs. These regional leaders
will serve as advocates and help achieve the Association's
development goals for volunteerism and fundraising in
particular parts of the country.
The purpose of the Regional Leadership Program is to
further the development of the AJGA from a regional
and local perspective. The program will also allow Annual
Fund leaders in different regions the opportunity to
give back by promoting the AJGA and our mission from
a grassroots level. Working together with the AJGA
staff, leaders will assist in streamlining current operations
and maximizing the value of membership in each geographical
Areas of Contribution
Regional Leaders can help in a number of different ways:
Increase Fundraising - Partner with Regional
Volunteers to solicit new potential donors, upgrade
existing donors to leadership levels, and identify regional
fundraising opportunities in order to help the "Growing
Opportunities" Annual Fund and Capital Program.
Develop Sponsorship Opportunities - Assist
the development staff in identifying and contacting
potential corporate sponsors for events and special
Provide Feedback - Provide suggestions
and brainstorm ideas on how the AJGA can improve in
a particular area
Assist Tournament Chairmen - Assist local
Tournament Chairmen in developing Junior-Am fundraising
and volunteer contacts for our events.
Expand Overall Awareness - Work with local
media, city commissions, associations and/or other regional
leaders to promote and spread awareness of the AJGA,
our mission, special programs and our support of local
grass-roots junior golf programs.
Identify Tournament Sites - Recognize
potential tournament sites locally.
AJGA's Role with the Regional Leadership Program
Working with the Regional Leaders, the goal is to create
a team atmosphere in which information, ideas and feedback
are constantly exchanged to meet development objectives.
Regional Leaders are the eyes and ears on the grassroots
level who can provide services and tools specific to
each region. The AJGA development staff will maintain
regular communication with the leaders to keep them
up to date on news, goals and initiatives. Through this
two-way relationship leaders will be encouraged to contribute
new ideas and suggestions for improvement.
If you are interested in learning more about this opportunity
to advance the Association, please contact the Regional Director associated with your region.
Regional Manager, Southeast
Regional Manager, Midwest
Regional Manager, South Central
Regional Manager, West