Statement from PBA on Resignation of CEO Colie Edison
The PBA announced today that CEO Colie Edison will be resigning from her position effective January 21, 2022.
“It has been one of the greatest honors of my life to lead the PBA, especially through these difficult past two years. The resiliency, creativity, and flexibility of the PBA is truly unmatched - our ability to not only survive, but thrive, in these times is a testament to the passion and commitment of our players, fans and staff. I am extremely proud of the work we have done to increase the visibility and awareness of the sport of bowling and know that the organization will continue its forward momentum as the 2022 season commences. I thank everyone in the bowling community for their unwavering support over the past decade and look forward to sharing news of my next steps in the weeks to come,” said Colie Edison.
The PBA will continue to be run by its senior leadership team including Commissioner Tom Clark, Vice President Carissa Del Bene, COO Lev Ekster, Senior Director of Regional Tournaments Michelle Terrell and National Tournament Director John Weber. A successor to Edison has yet to be named.