Meet Our Coaches
Andy Worden is Head Coach and Educational Director. He has 21 years of excellence at Kathy Corrigan’s. Andy attended the University of Montana. He is an outstanding coach at all levels for boys and girls. He is also USA Safety Certified.
Marion Cherubini is a Coach and School Director. She is a Rated Gymnastics Judge USA Levels 5, 6, 7, and 8 as well as High School League. Marion has 25 years of gymnastics experience. She has a Bachelor of Arts degree from Boston State College and is also a Safety Certified Coach.
Lindsey Read is a Coach and School Director. She is a Safety Certified Coach with 12 years experience at Kathy Corrigan’s. Lindsey also has 15 years of dance experience.
Jessica Deady has been involved in the Kathy Corrigan programs since childhood and is currently our Summer Camp Co-Director. She is a graduate of Rhode Island College and is a second-year public school teacher. Jessica is also a Safety Certified USA Coach.
Kelley Ekas Greenberg
Kelley Ekas Greenberg is the Executive school director and Summer Camp Director. She is a licensed Early Education and Care (EEC) teacher. Kelley has a Bachelor of Education in psychology from the University of Massachusetts in Boston. She also brings 5 years experience as a professional ballet dancer and 20 years experience working with children of all ages. Kelley is a Safety Certified Instructor.
Kellie Sullivan is an eighth-year coach at Kathy Corrigan’s and brings with her 17 years of experience in coaching gymnastics at various gymnastic schools and camps in the New England area. She is a graduate of the University of Rhode Island and captained her Lincoln Sudbury high school gymnastic team during her Junior and Senior years. She is a Safety Certified Gymnastics Coach. Kellie loves working with gymnasts of all ages and watching them excel in the sport.
Liz has been involved in gymnastics since the age of 4. She competed in the Junior Olympic program of USA Gymnastics, the AAU program, the YMCA program and High School gymnastics. Liz placed second at the 2000 YMCA National Championships in Tacoma, Washington. She was captain of her high school gymnastics team and a League All Star on balance beam, as well as earning the Senior Sportsmanship Award. Liz has been teaching gymnastics classes and coaching competitive teams for seventeen years. She is a professional member of USA Gymnastics and is safety certified. Liz is a graduate of Westfield State College.