Joining Illinois ADA

The Illinois Athletic Directors Association values your efforts and expertise, and would like you to consider joining our organization as an advocate for school athletic programs throughout the state.

The IADA currently enlists the aid and advice of Athletic Directors across the state to serve on IHSA Sport Advisory Boards, as well as the Athletic Directors’ Advisory Board.

By becoming a member of our organization, you will enjoy the opportunity to network, as well as educational leadership and professional development opportunities through NIAAA classes, the IADA Journal and Annual State Conference.

Join the IADA, become an active member and begin to experience the many benefits of this professional organization.

Membership Requirements

Click the links below to start your IADA Membership Registration 
  • FIRST TIME USERS - Start your registration HERE .
  • EXISTING MEMBERS - If you did not attend the 2018 IADA conferene, you will need to create an account HERE
  • RETIRED ATHLETIC DIRECTORS - All Retired Athletic Directors, update your membership information HERE.

Our Privacy Policy

Refunds, if called for by IADA policies and procedures, will be processed to the same credit card on which the charge was made, or by check. Allow 60 days
for the refund to show on your credit card statement, or if by check, for the check to reach you.

Stan Lewis, Athletic Director

Normal West High School
501 N. Parkside Road
Normal, IL 61761
Phone: 309-557-4976
Fax: 309-557-4594
Cell: 309-275-0652

About IADA
The mission of the Illinois Athletic Directors Association is to take a leadership role in athletic issues to enhance the educational process for student athletes.

To improve athletic understanding and relationship throughout the high schools of our state and nation.
Message From IADA President
The strength of any organization is the size of it's membership. One of our initiatives this year is to have every AD in Illinois become a member of the IADA.  

Our goal is to help you make connections and to provide you with the resources to become a more effective athletic administrator.   

John Catalano, IADA President
 
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