Should I continue the fight?

Dear USAWNJ General Members,

I have been fighting for you and your families since I began serving on the board of USAWNJ in February of 2022. The corruption is real. There are cash payments and back door deals. Board members are self-serving and rife with conflicts of interest and ethical violations galore. I spoke up for you, against the good old boys' club, and I met a very similar fate as my predecessor, Lori Ayres. My successor, Tony Arroyo continued the fight and was attacked as well. That's three Women's Chairs in the time frame of less than 1 year. In November, I combined my efforts with Tony Arroyo and Dianna Barkman and I sued the individual board members for their multiple breaches of fiduciary duty. I battled seven lawyers and spent 5 months burning through $25K of my personal funds, to fight for Justice, and to fight for you. The judge dismissed my suit against the defendants for lack of standing on behalf of the organization, but he left the door open to amend my complaint to sue the organization itself for its fiduciary breaches against its general membership, and that means you. I seek a new board with new bylaws and new blood, to take USAWNJ to new levels of success never seen before. Included in this organization's mission as stated on its last filed tax return in 2017, is to "GRANT SCHOLARSHIPS TO WRESTLERS". USAWNJ burns through $500k+ a year and has not given away one scholarship to an athlete in the last 6 years. How is that possible? So, I ask you these next questions. Do you want justice? Do you want to hold this organization accountable and force the necessary changes needed to protect the general members? Do you oppose the Oligarchy rule of the select few who vote themselves in power every year and only serve themselves and their personal interests?

Or do you want me to give up the fight? This is not about power for me. If you support the current board and how things have been done and you want it to be business as usual, then let me know. 

Question Title

* 1. Should I continue the Legal Fight?