Board Members and Staff
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Staff Members


Brian Coward-League Director

Brian has been employed by the City of High Point's Parks and Recreation Department as a Recreation Specialist since 2003. His responsibilities include the operation and management of Camp Ann, programs for children and adults who are visually impaired, Special Olympics Guilford/High Point, and the Miracle League. Brian graduated from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro and previously worked with the Arc of High Point.
Wendy Brosnan-League Manager

Wendy has been employed by the City of High Point's Parks and Recreation department since 2012 as a Program Activity Leader. With an educational background in Mental Health Studies and Psychology, Wendy has worked many years as an advocate for children with special needs and serving on committees that work for the improvement of public education for EC students. Wendy is the mother of 4 amazing children including a son with autism. "I firmly believe that all children have boundless potential if education limits are not set and opportunity for growth through new experiences and adaptive education are offered", says Wendy.
Stephanie Hedgecock-Volunteer Coordinator

Stephanie has been employed by High Point Parks and Recreation in the Special Populations section since 2006.She is a firm believer in giving back to the community and that attitudes are the real disability. She also believes "if one person is touched by this program we have truly done our jobs". Stephanie considers it an honor to be able to work with the Miracle League of High Point.
Jeff Caudill

Jeff has been employed by the City of High Point's Parks and Recreation Department as an Activity Leader since 2003. His duties include assisting the Special Populations section with the operations of Special Olympics Guilford/High Point, programs for the Visually Impaired, Camp Ann, Community Programs for Individuals with Developmental Disabilities and the Miracle League. Jeff has continuously worked in the field of developmental disabilites since 1986, serving in both administrative and direct care positions. In addition to working for Parks and Recreation, he operates an Alternative Family Living Facility serving two individuals in High Point. He volunteers with Special Olympics as a coach and has served on a human rights committee for a local agency.
Cookie Jones-Peele

Cookie's duties include assisting the Special Populations section with the operations of Special Olympics Guilford/High Point, programs for the Visually Impaired, Camp Ann, Community Programs for Individuals with Developmental Disabilities and the Miracle League.