In this interview, USADA Doping Control Officer (DCO) Ann Miller explains the role and importance of chaperones in the testing process.
Category: USADA Voices
USADA has launched a program that gives office staff members the opportunity to also work as Doping Control Officers (DCOs).
Olympic curler Tyler George hopes to help athletes view anti-doping as a shared responsibility that can lead to a level playing field for all athletes.
Amanda Elmore impresses the importance of a level playing field on the next generation of elite athletes as a USADA Anti-Doping Education Athlete Presenter.
Scott Davern wants to help USADA continually reach more athletes and make e-learning increasingly effective, while also finding new ways to connect with athletes.
USADA staff members are committed to giving back to their communities in a variety of capacities and with various organizations in Colorado and beyond.
After a long career as a successful 400m hurdler, Lashinda Demus is now working to make that sport better by tackling doping.