Kevin has been involved with the Massachusetts Amateur Sports Foundation and the Bay State Games since 1984. Kevin started with the organization as a Sport Coordinator and was promoted to Executive Director in 1999.
Kevin has served as the President of the National Congress of State Games from 2005 – 2007. He has served on the National Congress of State Games Board of Directors for over 12 years and is currently chair of the State Games of America Committee which is responsible for the evaluation and selection of locations for the Bi-Annual State Games National Championship. He is also the representative for the National Congress of State Games at the United States Olympic Committee's Multi-Sport Organizational Council.
Kevin is a 1983 graduate of Boston College where he served as the manager of the Men’s Basketball team. Kevin has served as a member of the Boston Marathon Organizing Committee as Coordinator of Volunteer Finish Security since 1997. He is a member of the Falmouth Road Race Organizing Committee and also works as a consultant for Dave McGillivary Sports Enterprises assisting with the operation of many mass participatory events including the Beach to Beacon Road Race, the Jimmy Fund Walk and the Feaster Five Road Race. Kevin has worked two Olympic Games including the 1996 Summer Games in Atlanta and the 2002 Winter Games in Salt Lake City. Kevin has also served as a statistician for the Boston College football and basketball teams, as well as the New England Patriots since the mid 1980's.
Kevin resides in Medford with his wife Jeanne. He has a son Matthew who is a recent graduate of Springfield College and his daughter Erin is currently an undergraduate student at the University of Nebraska
Margo is returning to Bay State Games for her second summer in a new role as Sports Coordinator. Last summer she was an operations intern in charge of volleyball, softball, field hockey, synchronized swimming, ice skating, and badminton. Since then she has graduated from the University of New Hampshire with a Bachelors in Recreation Management and Policy: Program Administration and a minor in Business Administration. Her college highligths include working for the Campus Recreation department, helping them open a brand new outdoor pool and recreation center; winning the intramural championship for womens flag football and broomball; and volunteering at the Durham town recreation department.
Erika is a second-year intern at Bay State Games and is a recent graduate of Western New England University (WNE) with a degree in sport management and is currently pursuing her MBA at WNE. She was a four-year member and two-time captain of the WNE swim team and has been swimming since she was five years old. Erika has experience working in the Office of Athletics Communications on campus and coaching at the recreational and club level. In 2016, she studied abroad at the Rio de Janeiro Olympic Games. In her free time, Erika loves to watch baseball and swimming and hang out with friends.
Kiara Killelea, PR Intern
Kiara is a freshman at the University of Massachusetts Amherst double majoring in Sport Management and Marketing at the Isenberg School of Management. She was the captain of her high school volleyball team and also a member of the Beantown Volleyball Club in the offseason. Kiara has experience coaching both volleyball and basketball. On campus, she is involved with Women in Sport Management as the secretary, as well as Association of Diversity in Sport.
Alanis Tirabassi, Operation Intern
Alanis has been with the Bay State Games since October. She is a senior at Salem State University majoring in Sport Management with a minor in Marketing. She currently works at the Salem Country Club and the Kraft Group on Patriot game days. She has a previous experience of working for the USGA Senior Open. She has participated in gymnastics, field hockey and track & field during high school and college.
Abigail Weaver, Operation Intern
Abbie is a rising junior Sport Management major at Isenberg School of Management at UMass Amherst. She manages the UMass Women's Basketball team and is a member of several sports clubs at UMass. In high school, Abbie was a varsity athlete and captain for her soccer, basketball and softball teams. In her free time, she enjoys watching and playing a variety of sports and hanging out with family and friends. Abbie is excited to start her career in the sports industry and hopes to show others the impact sports can have on their lives.
Marc Tebetts, Operation Intern
Marc will graduate from UMass Amherst in May 2018 with a degree in Sport Management. He previously worked as in intern at Boston Ski and Sports Club as a Sport Coordinator. He also worked in the operations department for the largest grassroots soccer tournament in Western Mass, Supercuts Soccerfest. Marc enjoys watching and playing most sports in his free time. In high school he rowed in the spring and fall for 4 years.
Erin Laskey, Operation Intern
Erin is a senior at the University of New Hampshire studying Event Management with an emphasis in Sports Studies. She has past experience working with UNH Athletics, the Vermont Lake Monsters baseball team, the Portland Sea Dogs baseball team, and Special Olympics Maine. Growing up Erin played soccer, lacrosse, and twirled baton. Erin’s other hobbies include going to the beach, hiking, and traveling. Last spring she studied abroad in London and was able to travel to 10 different cities in Europe. After graduation, Erin plans to pursue a career in event management in the sports industry.
Andrew Zibro, Operation Intern
Andrew will graduate from Lasell College in May 2018 with a Bachelor's of Science in Sport Management. He has worked with various sports teams within the Lasell Athletic Program and has worked at the John M. Barry's Boys & Girls Club for the past year. He also has had extensive experience coaching and officiating basketball at all amateur levels other than collegiate and has served as an assistant coach for his former high school's summer league team for the past 3 years. Growing up, Andrew tried many sports at least once but primarily focused on basketball and soccer. Last spring, Andrew studied abroad in Australia and developed his knowledge of international sports and sporting events. His hobbies include playing or talking about sports, boating, and traveling.