CONGRATULATIONS to Carol Curley!
She has received the 2020 Green Flag award for Florida. As you know, this award recognizes an unsung hero who has made unique contributions to our organization, promotes professionalism, or demonstrates leadership. Here is the nomination form submitted for Carol. These words say it all....
NAWGJ MEMBERSHIP BACKGROUND:
Carol Curley has been a member of NAWGJ for 30+ years. As a member of Florida NAWGJ, she has been and continues to be, the central assigner for the past 20+ years. She has been in charge of countless FL NAWGJ functions including Judges’ Cup and FL NAWGJ clinics. Carol has mentored countless judges in our state and a vital bridge of communication between clubs, coaches, and judges.
OUTSTANDING CONTRIBUTIONS TO NAWGJ:
Carol has demonstrated over these many years, an unmatched dedication and commitment to the service of NAWGJ and FL NAWGJ. Her professionalism and tutelage of judges is admired in our state and region. At competitions, she has always demonstrated a passion for the precise application of judging principles while at all times making athletes feel valued and appreciated. One of the great privileges a judge in our state can experience, is to judge with Carol and see how the application of such high standards results in an outstanding organization.
The mission of the National Association of Women's Gymnastics Judges (NAWGJ) is to provide professional development for women's gymnastics judges and to support and promote women’s gymnastics in the United States.
NAWGJ trains and assigns judges for all levels of competition sponsored by the USAG, NCAA, AAU, YMCA, and other organizations.
Every judge is required to fulfill educational requirements annually and to re-certify every four years following the Olympic Games. Certification is based on the outcome of written and practical exams.
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