2024 Board of Directors
/ by /   Apha News, Clubs News, PHJ News / 0 comments

Banister, Hagen & Shanahan elected to APHA Board of Directors

Karen Banister, Monika Hagen and Christina Shanahan were elected to the APHA Board of Directors for three-year terms. The election took place March 3 as part of the 2024 APHA & AjPHA Leadership Gathering in Fort Worth, Texas.

The 2024 APHA Board of Director members are:

  • President & Officer Kelly Boles Chapman, Bellevue, Michigan
  • President-Elect & Officer Diane Alves, Ballico, California
  • Board Member Ashley Griffin, Owenton, Kentucky
  • Board Member Mike Holloway, Brandon, Mississippi
  • Board Member Jamie Howard, Wayne, Oklahoma
  • Board Member Peggy Cummings, Sedalia, Colorado
  • Board Member Rachel Kooiker, Hudsonville, Michigan
  • Board Member Meredith Landy, Winchester, California
  • Board Member Karen Banister, Brighton, Colorado
  • Board Member Monika Hagen, Haldenwang, Germany
  • Board Member Christina Shanahan, Raleigh, North Carolina
  • Immediate Past President David Lands, Gloucester, Virginia
  • CEO & Officer David Dellin, Elmore City, Oklahoma

2024 Nominating & Leadership Development Committee

Two spots were also open for the 2024 Nominating & Leadership Development Committee. State directors elected Sandy Curl and Delena Doyle to fill those positions.

The 2024 Nominating & Leadership Development Committee features Chairman David Lands, Gloucester, Virginia, and members Kelly Boles Chapman, Bellevue, Michigan; Diane Alves, Ballico, California; Diane Paris, Stephenville, Texas; Lisa LaPlace, Perrin, Texas; Mark Kuhlwein, Glendale, Arizona; John Briggs, Aubrey, Texas; Sandy Curl, Vero Beach, Florida; and Delena Doyle, Stephenville, Texas.


[Reprinting all or part of this news release is permitted, so long as credit is given to the Paint Horse Journal and a link provided back to apha.com.]

About APHA

The American Paint Horse Association is the world’s second-largest international equine breed association, registering more than a million horses in 59 nations and territories since it was founded in 1962. APHA promotes, preserves and provides meaningful experiences with Paint Horses.