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(BLOOMINGTON, Ill.) – The Bloomington-Normal YMCA is delighted to announce the selection of Beth Mosier as our new Director of Sports.

Those involved with the Y can expect the Director of Sports to champion a culture of best-in-class sports program quality and experiences. The new Director will also work to further maintain the strong sense of community within our Y, and will ensure a culture of inclusion and diversity that celebrates what makes our community so special.

Mosier has been working at the Bloomington-Normal YMCA since April 2019. Some may recognize her name from her work within Member Services or her time assisting with our Youth Sports programming.

Mosier officially began work as the Director of Sports on February 7, 2022, and has started to work on further developing our youth sports into something that better serves the Bloomington-Normal community.

“I am beyond excited to be taking on the Director of Sports position. This role fulfills a lifelong passion I’ve had for sports,” says Mosier. “I look forward to being in a position where I can help grow the YMCA community and carry out our mission. I’m excited to find new ways to implement sports for all ages.”

With her experience within our Y, and her past experience and passion for sports, members of our community can expect Mosier to fulfill the role with genuine enthusiasm and a strong determination to make our Y even better.

“We are excited to have Beth continue her service to our community through her new position as Director of Sports,” said Patrick Mainieri, Chief Operating Officer. “In her new role, and within the mission of the YMCA, Beth will identify opportunities to continue growing both youth and adult sports programming based on the needs and desires for our community.”

As the YMCA continues to build out a staffing structure to support the brand new facility opening in Summer 2022, located on east Washington and St. Joseph Drive, we are thrilled to welcome Beth Mosier to her new role at the Bloomington-Normal YMCA!

Established in 1855, the Bloomington-Normal YMCA is the oldest continually existing human service organization in McLean County. Serving more than 5,000 people annually, the YMCA is dedicated to instilling Christian principles through programs that build healthy spirit, mind and body for all. As a charitable, nonprofit organization, the Y seeks to establish programming in the community for youth development, healthy living and social responsibility. For more information, please visit