Anderson was with the Ohio State University Department of Recreational Sports since 2008. He helped manage one of the largest college recreational and club sports programs in the country that includes more than 40 intramural sports and 59 club sports, with more than 22,000 participants.
Prior to OSU, Anderson worked for Columbus Recreation and Parks Department, the University of Illinois and the University of Nebraska. He is a member of the OSU football and basketball game day operations staff and is an OHSAA certified officials instructor for football and basketball.
He is a 1999 graduate of Ohio University and received a master’s degree from Mount Vernon Nazarene University. He is a graduate of Massillon Perry High School where lettered in basketball and track & field, helping Perry to its first Federal League track & field conference championship.
Maurice is a diversified accounting/finance professional with over 10 years of experience in financial reporting, financial analysis and tax reporting. He is a prior diversified information technology professional with over 10 years of experience in network administration and desktop support.
He has a technology background and received his Masters in Business Administration with concentration in Finance from the New York Institute of Technology at Ellis College. He also has a B.S degree in Computer and Information Science at Albany State University in Georgia
Maurice served for 5 years as a Financial Management Analyst for the Department of Defense (DoD) at Defense Finance Accounting Service (DFAS-Columbus and DFAS Indianapolis)
He currently serves as the Fiscal Officer and Treasurer of the Southwest Area Commission (SWAC) for Grove City
Angie joined the OHSAA in August of 2005, when she began working with membership services as an Administrative Assistant. Since 2005, she has transitioned to the Officiating department and has served as a Program Coordinator, Director of Officiating and Sport Management and now Manager of Officiating Technology.
Angie is a proud graduate of Black River High School. She continued her softball pitching career and studies at Otterbein University, graduating with honors and a Bachelor’s degree in Sport Management. She and her husband, Chris, reside in Cardington with their two sons. In their spare time, they enjoy overlanding and finding new destinations to camp in their rooftop tent.
Dustin joins the OHSAA with 19 years of experience across a diverse background in athletic administration, most recently as the athletic director of Walnut Ridge High School where he oversaw one of the most successful two-year spans in the school’s athletic history.
He served as a member of Governor DeWine’s COVID-19 Group Advisory Committee for the reopening of recreational & athletic facilities in May of 2020. He also founded multiple organizations within the martial arts industry including the Ohio Combat Sports Academy, American Grappling Challenge and ARC Training Solutions.
Dustin is a native of Charleston, West Virginia, where he participated in a wide array of activities in high school including multiple sports, music and JROTC. He graduated from Marshall University with a bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice and a minor in Sports Management. During his time at Marshall, he held an internship with the Office of Recreational Sports & Sports Information Department and was also the co-founder of the Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Club. Dustin currently resides in Pickerington with his wife, Andrea, and their daughter.