Gone are the days of the NCHA Convention being a battle ground for clashing opinions and discontent. Instead there was a spirit of optimism and co-operation felt by members and those on the executive committees alike.
While there were some tough issues up for debate, like rule changes and budget spends, many of those who attended said they felt a lot of progress was made.
In particular, many positive comments made were about the organization’s executive director, Jim Brett Campbell and the direction he was helping to take the sport of cutting.
CHTO spoke to Jim Brett about the convention, and the challenges and opportunities facing the NCHA. He says the NCHA has one overriding goal: to create more opportunities for more people to cut. Jim Brett also added more transparency in the NCHA and advancements in technology were also high on the agenda.