Executive Board

USAFL Foundation

Seb Aguiari, President
2018 to 2021


seb.aguiari@usafl.com

Entering his 12th year in the USAFL, Seb has had the privilege to wear the Golden Gate Roos (2004-2005), the Dallas Magpies (2006-2008) and the Orange County Bombers (2009-2015) jumpers, competing in 100+ games and 10 National Championships. Seb eventually took on the OC Bombers President’s role in 2011 with emphasis on building a solid non-profit organization and recruiting sponsors to support the club for years to come.

David Bryant, Vice President Central
2018 to 2021


dave.bryant@usafl.com

Originally from Geelong, Australia, David has played Australian Rules Football on 3 continents over the past 30 years with the last 7 being in Houston, Texas. 

His football club administration experience includes member of the West London Wildcats AFC Committee in the UK from 2002-2003.  More recently he has served as president of the Houston Lonestars since 2014.  David received the Paul O'Keefe Administrators award in 2015 and 2016. 

He was elected to the USAFL executive board as Central Region Vice President for the 2018 season.  Within the Executive Board, David is...

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Scott Morris, Vice President East
2018 to 2020


scott.morris@usafl.com

Scott was born in Alabama and grew up in North Carolina. He attended North Carolina State University before beginning a career in Information Technology with IBM. He currently works as a Senior Technical Program Manager for NetApp in Research Triangle Park, North Carolina.

Scott has been playing Australian Rules football since 2001 with the North Carolina Tigers and has held various organizational roles within the Tigers club. He certified for USAFL umpiring in 2009 and was part of the umpiring crew for the Women’s division Grand Final in that year.

Scott retired from playing...

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Lauren Skonieczny, Vice President, West
2020


lauren.skonieczny@usafl.com

Also known as Schnitzel, Lauren has been involved in the USAFL since 2015 when she joined the New York Magpies.  She has represented the USA Liberty in their 2017 Australian tour.  In 2019 Schnitz relocated to Portland and joined the Sockeyes  She has served on USAFL Women's Association Board before being elected to the USAFL board for the 2020 season.

Molly Halberstadt, Member at Large
2020


Molly lives in Washington, DC and stumbled across footy in 2016 while looking for a badminton team. She has since given up any hope of joining badminton, but is always on the prowl for leads. In the meantime, Molly is heavily involved in the DC Eagles and the rest of East Coast footy community, and was in charge of bringing a women's team to the Arctic Cup in Iceland last year. Molly played soccer in high school, rugby in college, and briefly tennis because her grandmother thought it was befitting a young lady. Now Molly plays footy and is having a blast.

Heather Serpico, Secretary
2020


heather.serpico@usafl.com


Richard Hodern-Gibbings, Treasurer
2018 to 2020


richard.hodern@usafl.com

Hailing from South Australia, Richard is a diehard Adelaide Crows fan who is still recovering from last year's (2017) tragic Grand Final result. He is currently based in Denver where we works in what can loosely be described as 'sales' and on occasion is permitted to run around for the Bulldogs B's accumulating 1%ers. Richard looks forward to seeing AFL continue to grow in US and other new markets.

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