The USASF Board of Directors meets regularly to ensure the safety of USASF athletes and the future of All Star Cheer and Dance. Composed of 13 voting members, the board represents event producers, USASF staff members and program owner members.
There are also five Advisory Board of Directors members including event producer, coach and dance representation. Additionally, there is one program owner Board of Directors advisor designated by the Chairman.
The National Advisory Board is democratically elected to support members by addressing emerging issues of broad potential impact and developing policies for the organization as needed.
The Regional Advisory Board supports the initiatives of the National Advisory Board and conveys new ideas to the National Advisory Board for consideration based on regionally representative ideas.
The USASF Connection is the path for involvement for member program owners and coaches. The Connection provides opportunities to collaborate, contribute, share resources and mentor USASF members, all in an effort to promote the longevity and viability of All Star.
Organized to develop, maintain and enforce rules and judging procedures which govern USASF Sanctioned Events and The Cheerleading & Dance World Championships, The Cheer and Dance Rules Committees provide a standard for the industry and strive to provide fair play and safety assurances.
The USASF Athlete Advisory Council consists of high school-age athlete members who are selected to provide the National Advisory Board members with insight and input solely from the athlete perspective.
The Dance Executive Committee oversees dance committees as they serve to understand the needs of the All Star dance community and make necessary recommendations to the USASF Board to meet those needs.
The Sanctioning Committee works to develop and maintain: (1) the standards by which competitions qualify for USASF Sanctioning and the process and guidelines governing compliance, and (2) the approval process and criteria for event producer memberships including eligibility to offer Worlds bids.
The Exceptional Athlete Committee seeks to provide rules and safety guidelines, understanding and specialized training for Coaches and Assistants of athletes with Exceptional Athletes to enhance the benefit of their positive life experiences through All Star Cheerleading and Dance.
The role of the Disciplinary Committee is to oversee and rule on all reports of non-compliance with the Professional Responsibility Code by program owners, coaches, athletes and all categories of career membership. Rulings of this committee will be sent as recommendations to be reviewed and levied by the USASF Board of Directors.
The Compliance Committee oversees and rules on all reports of non-compliance of the Professional Responsibility Code and/or Sanctioning Guidelines by event producers and affiliate members. Rulings of this committee will be sent as recommendations to be reviewed and levied by the USASF Board of Directors.
The Athletic Performance Standards Committee develops and provides guidelines which strives to protect All Star athletes on and off the performance floor.