Team Netherlands at the 2018 World Cup

Volunteer at IQA

The International Quidditch Association is run entirely by dedicated volunteers, who work tireless to improve the sport and help it grow.

The IQA is incredibly thankful for all of our wonderful volunteers, both past and present, who have contributed their time to the sport.

If you are interested in volunteering for the IQA have a look at the positions available below. Any questions regarding volunteering can be directed at

Communications & Technology

The Communication and Technology department is the hub of external communication for the IQA. Jamie Turbet (Director) and Declan Ramsay (Deputy Director) oversee a wonderful team that works for translation, social media, website and more.

Events & Membership Services

The Events and Membership Services Department is responsible for all services provided to our members related to Events and Membership, while ensuring all services offered are within the IQA mission, values and maintains financial stability for the IQA. This includes organising the IQA events cycle and keeping members informed on what is being worked on in the IQA and being the primary contact for our members, the National Governing Bodies. The department is being overseen by Pauline Raes (Director) and Luke Zak (Deputy Director).


The Gameplay Department is responsible for all on-field aspects of international quidditch. The department creates the rulebook and an international referee certification process. This department also is responsible for developing resources to improve the skills of players, coaches, referees, and snitches. The ultimate goal of this department is to ensure that all NGBs have the resources to play and officiate quidditch at the highest level.

Human Resources & Operations

The overall responsibilities of the HRO Department are to maintain a team culture that is inclusive and diverse while overseeing the financial and operational health of the association. The department is overseen by Aaron Carroll (Director).


Applications for the board open in January every year, prospective applicants are encouraged to reach out throughout the year if they have questions about the role and the application process by emailing

Trustees serve as part of a small group that makes governing decisions for the IQA. The trustees have a direct hand in shaping the future of the organization and the sport overall. The general powers of the board include, but are not limited to:

Betsy Lewin-Leigh and Pauline Raes
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  • Hire, evaluate, terminate, and set compensation for any staff.
  • Admit new members, reclassify, and terminate memberships as provided in the constitution.
  • Maintain a culture of ethical behaviour and compliance throughout the IQA.
  • Achieve transparency in the operations of the IQA as is reasonably achievable.
  • Set the strategic plan, budget, and corporate performance measures.
  • Monitor the financial reporting process and the legal and regulatory compliance program.
  • Set policy on capital distribution, financial strategies, borrowing commitments, and long term financial planning.
  • Monitor the IQA’s assets to ensure that they are properly protected. 
  • Conduct an annual review of the IQA’s performance and effectiveness and determine future actions required to achieve the IQA’s mission.
  • Take such other action as is customary for a board of directors of a nonprofit corporation.

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