Board of Directors
Courtney Quimby - Board Chair
Hello to All! My name is Courtney Quimby, and I’m beyond excited to join the Families on the Spectrum Team.
I graduated from Heath High School in 2008, and I earned my bachelor degree at Kentucky Wesleyan College in Owensboro, KY in 2012 in Middle School Education with a math and special education certification. I recently earned my master’s degree in Teacher Leadership from the University of the Cumberlands. This is my sixth year teaching math full time in the McCracken County School District.
My husband and I have been married for five years, and our amazing little girl is four years old. Addie was diagnosed with autism at 18 months old, and since then we have made it a priority to be activists for children on the spectrum. We started attending the FOTS events about a year ago, and I knew that this organization was something I wanted to contribute to on a regular basis! I am so excited to begin this new journey with a wonderful team, and we look forward to seeing everyone at the upcoming events!
Courtney Teague -Treasurer
My name is Courtney Teague and I live in Calvert City, Kentucky and have been married to my husband Jeremy for 12 years and we have an amazing 4 year old little boy named Jax who has autism. Before I became a mom I was a special education teacher for 10 years. I am so thankful to be associated with an organization like Families on the Spectrum and am proud to be serving on the board as treasurer.
Molly Kilcoyne - Secretary
I am a graduate of WKCTC with a registered nursing degree, and I work part time for a local home health agency. My husband and I have 2 wonderful children, Gavin and Gracelyn. At age 4, our pediatrician informed us that it was very likely Gavin had autism. Weisskopf center in Louisville confirmed our fears shortly after he turned 6. It has been a journey full of laughter, tears, joy, heartbreak, but more love than imaginable. We have learned so much but most importantly to never lose hope and to trust God in all things. Families on the Spectrum has been a great source of support for our family. We have always been met with acceptance, love, and understanding. I am looking forward to reaching other autism families and bringing autism awareness to our communities.
Hello, I'm Korey, and I'm the only board member without a child. How did I become involved in such a wonderful organization as this. Well it is due to the little man in the pic with me. This is the son of my best friend. He was diagnosed when he was 2. I attended FOTS sponsored events with his parents and wanted to help out as much as I could. Now 3 years later, I'm on the board doing the best I can to help each and everyone of these special angels in any way that I can.