Bernie Dolan joined the WVSSAC July 1, 2015. He will assume the position of Executive Director in January 2016. He received his Masters from West Virginia University and a Professional Administration Certificate from Salem International University. Dolan comes to the WVSSAC from Ohio County where he served as Assistant Superintendent. He also served as Principal, Assistant Principal/Athletic Director, math instructor, and Technology Coordinator at Wheeling Park High School. Bernie has served as the Director for the Super Six; Director of the State Golf Tournament; on the OVAC Executive Board; on the WVADA Board of Directors; and on the WVSSAC Board of Directors.
Miss Kelly Geddis was appointed Assistant Executive Director on October 17, 2002. She earned her teaching certification in English and Physical Education in 1981 and completed her Masters Degree in Sport Management and her Administration Certification from West Virginia University. Kelly began her teaching career at Morgantown High School where she coached the sports of cheer, girls’ basketball and boys’ track. In 1987 she became Athletic Director and later served as an Assistant Principal. Kelly has been an instructor for the WVSSAC Coaches Education Program since its inception in 1991 and is also an instructor for the American Association of Cheerleaders, Coaches and Advisors (AACCA).
Mr. Ray Londeree, former Principal at Valley (F) High School, was appointed Assistant Executive Director on March 15, 2007. He received his AB from Concord College and MS degree from WV College of Graduate Studies. He has served as principal at Oak Hill High School, Eastern Greenbrier Jr. High and Gauley Bridge High/Middle School. He also coached several sports and was athletic director at Valley, Mt. Hope and Oak Hill High School. He has also been a member of the WVSSAC Board of Directors.
Mr. Greg Reed, Assistant Principal/Athletic Director, Martinsburg High School was appointed Assistant Executive Director in December 2015. He attended Glenville State College majoring in Secondary Education. He received his MA in Communication Studies from WVU and his Educational Leadership degree from Salem International University. He taught and coached at Nicholas County High School. Greg served as Assistant Principal/Athletic Director at Martinsburg High School since 2003.