||Director through July 31, 2015
Elected by delegates
Over the past 30 years, Tamoria Adams, of Charlotte, N.C., has been an avid bowler and a dedicated leader at the national, state and local levels.Adams served as a director, fifth vice president and third vice president of the Women’s International Bowling Congress during her 10 years on the WIBC Board of Directors. She also was a member of the USA Bowling Board of Trustees.Her past bowling positions include Team USA state coordinator; Charlotte Women’s Bowling Association director and president; North Carolina WBA director, first vice president and president; North Carolina Bowling Council secretary; and WIBC and North Carolina WBA delegate.Adams served on numerous committees including the WIBC Joint Diversity and Legislative committees, where she was chair, and also on the Association Governance and Collegiate committees. She also was a member of the Structure Committee that formed USBC.She was inducted into the Charlotte WBA Hall of Fame in 1995 for meritorious service and is a Charlotte WBA Life Member. She was included into the former North Carolina WBA Hall of Fame for meritorious service.Adams is a former president of the Greater Charlotte USBC Association and the North Carolina State USBC Association. She is chair of the board of trustees of the Greater Charlotte Bowling Scholarship Fund.Away from bowling, Adams enjoys listening to classical music, operas, theater, gaming and cheering for the Duke University Blue Devils. She and husband Jerry have two daughters.