President Anne Cammett
U.S. Figure Skating delegates elected Anne Cammett the 32nd president of U.S. Figure Skating on May 5, 2018, at the annual Governing Council in Orlando, Florida.
Cammett served as eastern vice president of U.S. Figure Skating prior to being elected as president and had been a member of the organization’s board of directors since 2015. She is an ISU and U.S. singles and pairs judge and referee and a Gold Dance Test judge. Cammett has served as chair for the Judges, International Judges & Officials and International committees and has worked on multiple U.S. Figure Skating committees for nearly three decades.
In 2014, she judged the pairs event at the Olympic Winter Games in Sochi, and was the chief referee at the 2018 and 2011 U.S. Championships.
Cammett has attended numerous Governing Councils as a club delegate and is a member of the Genesee Figure Skating Club. She skated competitively and passed the gold figure and free skate tests. She is an IT consultant and resides in Rush, New York. She and her husband, Greg, have a son who also lives in Rochester and a daughter who attends Syracuse University.