INDIANAPOLIS – Three high school administrators were re‐elected and three others were newly appointed to the IHSAA Board of Directors during the annual elections conducted within the member schools Dec. 1‐10. Each member school principal had the opportunity to vote electronically for the candidates running for seats in their respective
district. The open seats are apportioned geographically and by school size.
Re‐elected to serve a new three‐year term beginning July 1, 2017 were:
Nathan Dean, Athletic Director, Jimtown – District I, Class A.
Jim Brown, Athletic Director, Fishers – District II, Class 4A.
Mike Whitten, Principal, Boonville – District III, Class 3A.
Elected to serve a three‐year term beginning July 1, 2017:
David Amor, Athletic Director, LaCrosse – District I, Class A.
Matt Martin, Athletic Director, Knightstown – District II, Class 2A.
Jeff Doyle, Principal, Barr‐Reeve – District III, Class A.
The IHSAA is governed by its legislative body, the Board of Directors. Composed of 19 individuals elected by
member school principals from three legislative districts, they serve staggered three‐year terms. Twelve board
seats are filled by any qualified individual (open seats), and seven board seats are filled by two qualified female
representatives, two qualified minority representatives, two qualified urban school representatives and one
qualified private school representative. The Board of Directors meets annually with the responsibility of
establishing the Association’s By‐Laws and regulations.