Kami Dodds: Area 14: Coach Spotlight

May 05, 2020 | Updated: May 05, 2020

Kami Dodds

It is Teacher Appreciation Week, it is only fitting that we nominate Ms. Kami Dodds! Coach Kami is the HOD for the Brady Bulldogs. She is also the Unified Club Sponsor. Ms. Kami became part of the Special Olympics family in January 2015. She become a Special Olympics coach in order to enrich and broaden the horizons of her beloved students. She wanted to make sure her students were seen as the spectacular and talented individuals they are. Ms. Dodds loves teaching her students as well as coaching them! She was selected teacher of the year for 2020 Region 15, and came in top 3 for Texas Teacher of the Year!

Coach Dodds is certified in bocce, basketball, powerlifting, bowling, and track. Coach has taken her team to local, area, and WORLD competitions! Her all time best and most favorite memory is taking her unified bocce team to compete in Toronto, Canada for the 2019 Invitational Youth Games . The Brady Bulldogs were able to raise enough money to spend an entire week in Canada and being able to chase after many new and exciting experiences. Coach Dodds loved being able to give her athletes this wonderful experience. The Brady Bulldogs were the only team to represent Texas in Canada! 

Fun Facts:

Favorite Hobbies: Going on adventures with her two boys, drinking coffee, and reading.

Favorite band/singer: Wade Bowen & Miranda Lambert

Favorite Hero/Idol: Waylon Houchin & Wesley Hays

Favorite Sports Team: Tarleton Texans

Favorite Food: Italian


Favorite Place to Visit: Beach & Mountains

Favorite Movie/ TV Show: Anything History related

Favorite Thing about SOTX: Tapping Into the unlimited potential of our athletes and partners and uniting them through equal opportunities


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