USA Skateboarding Appoints Johnny Schillereff As CEO/President
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USA Skateboarding announced today that Johnny Schillereff has been appointed as Chief Executive Officer and President. After searching for a candidate with the experience and attributes to elevate USA Skateboarding successfully, USA SKB unanimously agreed that Johnny was the best fit. The Heart Supply’s founder is now in charge of America’s Olympic dreams. Best of luck, bruh-bruh!
“Johnny Schillereff is a skateboarder. His dedication and strong relationships within skateboarding enable him to solve complex issues and build collaborative partnerships,” said Don Bostick, USA Skateboarding Board chair. “We appreciate his lifetime of achievements and contributions to the skateboarding community. We are confident he will continue his successful track record as CEO and President of USA Skateboarding.”
Most recognized as Founder and President of Element Skateboards, Johnny Schillereff sold the company in the early 2000’s and remained at the brand’s helm for over two decades. He has upstarted and supported non-profit organizations, skate camps, and competitions around the world. Along with creating Element, Johnny has advised action sports companies, assembled skateboard teams, and employed and nurtured thousands of skateboarders and enthusiasts worldwide. Most recently, Johnny and his wife established The Heart Supply, a philanthropic skateboard company with the mission to grow awareness and give back to the skateboard community.
“I am thrilled to be the CEO of USA Skateboarding and consider this role the most honorable and impactful position I’ve held to date,” said Schillereff. “I am grateful to everyone who contributed to skateboarding being in the Olympics. I am committed to working in the best interest of USA Skateboarding and The United States Olympic & Paralympic Committee. My priority is to reach the goals of Team USA while protecting their rights and overall well-being. I embrace the challenge and look forward to collaborating with our athletes and the skateboard community.”