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2022 Board Members

Board meetings are open to the public, see our calendar for details.

Layton Cater

Regional Executive

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The face of the ARSCCA, Layton governs the general direction of the club. He takes the lead and keeps the peace during general membership meetings or meetings with the Board and helps be an ambassador to ARSCCA partners. 

Nelson Santos

Assistant Regional Executive

As ARE, Nelson assists the Regional Executive in conducting the affairs of the Arkansas Region. He presides over meetings of the general membership and the Board of Directors in the absence of the Regional Executive. In the event the Regional Executive is unable to complete his term of office, he is successor to the post. 

Carlotta Ford

Secretary & Secret RE

Technically, Carlotta maintains a complete account of all meetings of the General Membership and the Board. She also initiates such correspondence as may be required for the proper conduct of the region’s business and activities.

Realistically, she secretly runs ARSCCA, and the rest of us listen closely when she speaks up.

 

Brandon Olvey

Treasurer

Brandon is the custodian of the Arkansas Region’s monies and makes arrangements for the proper safekeeping of funds. He also coordinates with other Board members to keep our tax and other necessary information up to date. 

Brady Loretz

Activities Chairman

As Activities Chairman, Brady is primarily responsible for ensuring that events are scheduled and ready to go. He also designs and installs the courses at each event. 

Zach Shaddox

Rally Chairman

Zach provides the membership with an annual program of rallies, rally schools, and related events. He is also responsible for the successful conduct, safety, and legality of such events. 

Brandon Hirby

Solo Co-Chairman

The Solo Chairmen are responsible for ensuring that SCCA Solo events are prepared and carried out in a safe and legal manner throughout the AutoCross Season. They assist the Activities Chairmen with his scheduling and preparing duties. They are also responsible for the Solo Safety Program and the management of Safety Stewards for Arkansas Region events. 

Mike Ford

Carlotta's Husband

 

The Solo Chairmen are responsible for ensuring that SCCA Solo events are prepared and carried out in a safe and legal manner throughout the AutoCross Season. They assist the Activities Chairmen with his scheduling and preparing duties. They are also responsible for the Solo Safety Program and the management of Safety Stewards for Arkansas Region events. 

Chris Edens

Competition Chairman

The Competition Chairman is resonsible for certifying members for novice Competition Licenses and record keeping of the Racing Vehicle Log Books and Roll Bar Numbers. He advises the RE on matters pertaining to competition events. 

Adam Cadorette 

Members-At-Large

Members-At-Large represent the interests of the general membership to the ARSCCA Board. They bring concerns of other general members to the Board and advocate on their behalf. 

Adam also shows up early to Solo events to take the lead on Tech Inspections. 

Corey Petit

Member-At-Large

Members-At-Large represent the interests of the general membership to the ARSCCA Board. They bring concerns of other general members to the Board and advocate on their behalf. 

VACANT

Membership Chair

The Membership Chair takes the lead on recruiting new members, coming up with new ways of finding interested car enthusiasts. He follows up and keeps them informed on what is happening in the ARSCCA and makes sure that they understand the rules, requirements, etc of Solo events. 

Nick Mellenthin

Past Regional Executive

As former RE for the ARSCCA, Nick has earned a seat at the table, helping the Board handle issues and passing on as much advice as he can. 

Chris Stephens

Occasional IT & Webmaster

Chris pretends to be able to run all of the technology for the club. He often uses phrases like, "I'll look into that" and "Let me play with it and see if we can do that", while secretly messaging Jack Desert, the real mad genius, to see if we can do it. He did, however, bring you this beautifully formatted, eloquently written page, his only contribution to the club so far besides scaring course workers when he spins out in his Mustang. But, anyway, there weren't photos and links to the Board members before. Yeah, he did that, and you know what? He rocked it.