2022 Team Kentucky AS Coaches

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Kim Satterwhite
Kim Satterwhite, Head of Delegation
Satterwhite will be serving as the Team Kentucky Head of Delegation for the third consecutive USA Games. She was the program’s Assistant Head of Delegation for the 2006 and 2010 Games. A Frankfort native and resident, Satterwhite has been with Special Olympics Kentucky for 25 years and currently serves the program as Vice President of Field and Athlete Services. In addition to her four previous USA Games experiences, Satterwhite was also an AS Coach with the Special Olympics USA delegation at the 2003 World Summer Games in Dublin, Ireland, in 2003.
Hunter Brislin, Asst. Head of Delegation
Brislin will be making his second trip to the USA Games and first as the Assistant Head of Delegation after serving as an AS Coach at the 2018 Games in Seattle. A native of Ashland, Brislin has been with the Special Olympics Kentucky office for six years, and currently serves as the Director of Sports and Competition. Brislin lives in Georgetown.
Mark Buerger, AS Coach/Media
Buerger has been to every Special Olympics USA Games. He has been with the Special Olympics Kentucky office for 20 years and currently serves as the Director of Communications and External Relations. During the Games he will handle media relations and social media activities for Team Kentucky, reporting back to local communities and updating soky.org and the organizations Facebook, Twitter and Instagram feeds. Buerger lives in Lexington.
Jeff Corder
Jeff Corder, AS Coach/Medical
Corder, of Bowling Green, will be taking part in his fourth USA Games, heading up the Team Kentucky medical services. He has been a Special Olympics volunteer for 31 years and currently heads up the operations of the Kentucky Special Events Medical Team, which provides medical and first aid services for all Special Olympics Kentucky state-level competitions. He is a nurse at Med Center Health in Bowling Green.
Kelli Firquin
Kelli Firquin, AS Coach/Family Services
Firquin will get her first USA Games experience in Orlando. She has been part of the Special Olympics Kentucky staff for almost three years and currently serves as the program's Volunteer and Healthy Communities Manager. She will be handling Family Services for Team Kentucky among other responsibilities. Firquin lives in Frankfort.
Holly Vincent, AS Coach
Vincent, of Bowling Green, has been a Special Olympics coach for six years. As the Special Populations Director for Bowling Green Parks and Recreation, Vincent heads up the Special Olympics program for the city and coaches several Special Olympics teams there. This will be Vincent's second USA Games trip. She served as the head coach of the flag football team that competed as part of Team Kentucky at the 2018 Games in Seattle, winning a bronze medal. Aditionally, she has coached softball, basketball, bowling and track.