PSR Board of Directors Nominee
Stuart C. Morgan
I am pleased to submit my name for candidacy for one of the two, 3-year elected positions on the Puget Sound Region of USA Volleyball’s Board of Directors. I believe that I meet the appropriate criteria and will serve my constituents well if elected to this position. My wife Danica and I have been married since 2008. Danica was born and raised in Tacoma. I moved to Tacoma for law school in 1993 and never left. We have three children. Our oldest daughter played club volleyball in high school and our middle daughter is currently playing club volleyball in the PSR. My wife and I have spent many years being involved with club volleyball. Our kids miss it and we miss ot too during this challenging time in our state and in our country. We have always felt that club volleyball provides profound benefits to our children above and beyond learning the game, the skills and the strategies associated with the sport. This is just one of the reasons why I would like to serve on the Board. I want to ensure that as many kids as possible have that opportunity. One of the greatest aspects of PSR volleyball is that our children have had the ability to be a part of a team and learn how to face adversity and stay together as a unit. Our children have also benefitted from being a part of a group of other kids and families who we never would have known had it not been for PSR Volleyball. What more can one ask for? I believe I would work well with the PSR Board of Directors for several reasons. I have spent many years involved with PSR and have a working knowledge of the organization and the sport in general. I am presently the director of Volleyball Operations for our middle daughter’s school. I can also bring my own skill set to the PSR Board. I have been an owner of two different law firms since 2005 which incorporates a wide variety of topic areas including accounting, marketing, human resources, information technology, community outreach, diversity and inclusion and the executive and operational skills necessary to run a successful business. The main reason I would like to be considered for a position on the PSR Board has very little to do with the attributes listed above. Frankly, I am impressed with this organization and I would like to play a bigger role in the organization. I would like to be helpful in working to address the needs of the players and their families during this pandemic. I would like to assist the PSR in any manner where I might fit in. My wife and I know what it is like to be parents who spend all week working and making trips to practice only to spend all weekend in a gym watching our daughters play, referee and build relationships. It’s amazing and tiresome all at the same time but it’s worth every minute. I am certain there will be many qualified candidates seeking one of these positions. I hope the PSR membership will consider me when it comes time to select a candidate and if selected, I will do my best to fulfill my duties to the Board and the PSR membership.