USA Shooting Announces Kelly Reisdorf As Interim CEO After Craig Kozeniesky Resignation

USA Shooting is undergoing a leadership transition after the exit of Craig Kozeniesky, welcoming Kelly Reisdorf as interim CEO.

at USA Shooting posted on March 25, 2024
USA Shooting

USA Shooting’s Board of Directors recently announced the appointment of Kelly Reisdorf as the new interim Chief Executive Officer of USA Shooting following the resignation of Craig Kozeniesky.

Kelly Reisdorf
USA Shooting announces leadership transition, welcomes Kelly Reisdorf as interim CEO.


“On behalf of the board, we extend our deepest gratitude to Craig for his dedicated service and commitment to the organization and athlete community,” Jim Mitchell, chairman of the USA Shooting Board of Directors said. “We wish him well in his future endeavors.”

Reisdorf’s appointment as USA Shooting’s interim CEO is effective as of Friday, March 22, 2024.

As interim CEO, Reisdorf is committed to building upon the legacy of USA Shooting, focusing on enhancing the performance and well-being of our athletes, and strengthening the community that supports them. Under her leadership, USA Shooting aims to refine its strategic direction, bolster its competitive edge and reinforce its commitment to excellence in the sport of shooting.

Most importantly, Reisdorf will ensure continued focus and support of our athletes on the road to Paris and beyond

“Kelly Reisdorf’s appointment comes at a crucial time for USA Shooting as we navigate through a period of transformation and growth,” Mitchell said. “We are confident that Kelly’s leadership will guide our organization with a steady hand and an innovative spirit, ensuring our athletes continue to excel on the world stage.”

Reisdorf brings a wealth of business and industry experience, as well as a fresh perspective to USA Shooting. With a proven track record of leadership and innovation, Reisdorf has demonstrated a unique ability to drive strategic initiatives, foster team cohesion and achieve substantial results. Her non-traditional background, combining experience in multiple P&L turnarounds, and expertise in technology, brand building and strategic marketing, aligns with the Board’s vision for a revitalized and forward-thinking approach to leading USA Shooting into its next chapter.

“I am deeply honored to join the USA Shooting family and to contribute to the rich tradition of excellence that defines this organization,” Reisdorf said. “I am eager to collaborate with our talented athletes, dedicated staff, and passionate supporters as we work together to elevate our performance and achieve new milestones.”

USA Shooting is committed to transparency and inclusivity as the Board develops a comprehensive search process for a permanent Chief Executive Officer.

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