Bordow: David Hines justly rewarded for rebuilding AIA's relationship with schools
When David Hines was named the Arizona Interscholastic Association’s assistant executive director in June of 2015 one of his immediate mandates was to improve what had become a fractious relationship between the AIA and its 262 member schools.
He traveled throughout the state, meeting with administrators and coaches. He listened rather than insisted. He kept in mind that the AIA is an association, not a corporation. As those relationships mended Hines’ stature in the high school community grew.
The end result: On Monday he was named the AIA’s new executive director, replacing the retiring... read more
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