PLAYER DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE
The Player Development Committee is a six-person committee made up of senior members of the club solely focused on making group decisions in the best interest of the players and WVFC. We understand that every team, player, and situation has unique characteristics that make most decisions a case-by-case basis. Through collaboration between coaches, the PDC and parents, WVFC is confident in its process for determining the direction of soccer-related issues and concerns. WVFC is also confident the six members of the PDC will make informed, abstract, and objective decisions. The PDC meet on a monthly basis to plan, prepare, and resolve any issues relating to players as well as plan for upcoming events and other situations that may arise. If you would like to bring something to the PDC's attention do not hesitate to contact one the PDC via this email: [email protected]
WVFC BOARD OF DIRECTORS
The Board of Directors for WVFC ("BOD") is a body of elected or appointed members of the Club who jointly oversee the organization activities. Each position within the BOD is elected annually by the membership for two-year terms. To help promote stability and consistency, the Club has two Class' of Directors whose terms are staggered every other year. Board seats consist of the President, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer, At-Large (2), and an elected representative from the Player Development Committee.
In general, the Club's BOD is comprised of a fair representation of the membership. An effort is continually made to ensure that equal representation from the Academy (Boys/Girls) and Travel (Boys/Girls) is achieved as well as geographic considerations. The Club enjoys a wide footprint that spans the I-64 corridor east of Charleston to the west of Huntington. Additionally, with a large membership, the Club looks to draw on the personal and professional strengths of its members to serve in appropriate positions.
The BOD of WVFC meets in person at least once a month. All of the meetings are conducted in an open session and are available to any of its members or invited guests to attend. It is commonplace for the BOD to conduct business through teleconference or emails between meetings should time-sensitive needs arise.