NSBA Announces Dianne Eppers Resignation
NSBA announced on September 30, 2021, that Dianne Eppers, who has served the National Snaffle Bit Association (NSBA) most recently as senior advisor and for more than a decade as executive director, has resigned from her position at NSBA.
“NSBA will forever be indebted to Dianne for her foresight, leadership, and management of the association for the past 26 years, both as a board member and as a staff member,” noted Stephanie Lynn, NSBA executive director.
“She has continually worked to improve and broaden the programs that NSBA has offered, been a master recruiter of the committee and board members as well as association staff, and has always had a broad vision of NSBA’s place in the horse industry. Dianne’s true gift is her connection to people and her impact on their lives. Her drive and her passion for this industry have been seen in the growth of the association, the NSBA World Championship Show, and among various programs that cross over into NSBA’s alliance breeds.”
A charter member of NSBA when the association formed in 1983, Dianne served on the NSBA board of directors for more than 20 years, providing her input on many of the association’s committees and serving as president in 2002. In 2005, Dianne joined the NSBA staff as executive director. She served in that position until 2020, when she took on the role of senior advisor.
Dianne received the Jack Benson Award in 2006, was inducted into the NSBA Hall Of Fame in 2016, and was named AQHA Professional Horsewoman of the Year in 2010.
The NSBA board of directors and staff would like to thank Dianne Eppers for her service over the years and wish her the best of luck in her future endeavors.
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