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Disabled Athlete Sports Association

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Meet the DASA Team...

These are the individuals that work hard to provide you and your family the best adaptive sport and fitness experiences possible! Read the bios below to become more familiar with our staff and the specific roles they play in our organization.  We encourage you to contact them with any questions you might have about our programming.

Executive Director

Kelly Behlmann

Kelly has a degree in Physical Therapy from Maryville University. She has one daughter, Alex, and adopted her son Kyle. Kelly founded DASA in May of 1997 after dreaming of starting an organization that would provide athletic and fitness opportunities to children with physical and visual disabilities. Since then, Kelly has watched her dream become a reality through helping others find and achieve theirs.  

As a Physical Therapist, she understood the need to stay fit. Being involved in sports is a great way to build strength and self -confidence. As a mother she understands the instinct to help your children be the best they can be at all they do in life. It is important to Kelly that all the DASA athletes realize their greatest potential and that they act on it. It is important that they become advocates for themselves in a world that might not initially accept them for their differences. They should have the emotional and spiritual strength as well as the physical strength to achieve their goals as an athlete and a person.

Please contact Kelly for any Sponsorship and DASA Programming information at [email protected].

Business Administrator

Jenny Parker

Jenny has been working for DASA since 2000, and has a degree in Special Education from Southwest Missouri State. She is currently the head coach for the Level 6 gymnastic team at GymQuarters Gymnastics. Jenny and her husband have three children.  In addition to serving DASA through business operations, Jenny is also the Event Chair for the annual Sportacular Evening Dinner Auction.

Please contact Jenny for any business and payment related information for DASA programming and fundraisers at [email protected].

Program Director

Meghan Morgan

Born into an extremely active (and slightly competitive!) family, Meghan first learned to swim, then walk, then ski!  As she grew older, Meghan competed in soccer, swimming, volleyball, softball, rowed crew, and skied recreationally. Currently, she stays active (and sane) by training for her new-found passion…triathlons. 

Meghan moved to St. Louis in July of 2005 in order to obtain her Masters of Social Work with a concentration in Disability Studies, focusing her research and practicum experiences on adapted recreation and recreational therapy for people with disabilities. In her “free time,” Meghan is the co-manager for the St. Louis Spartans Wheelchair Rugby team and is actively involved with the training of local Paralympian and USA Wheelchair Track team member and spouse, Kerri Morgan. Meghan is thrilled to be a part of the DASA family and for the opportunity to share her passion for recreation and sports.  

Please contact Meghan for more information regarding DASA Competitive Programs and registration at [email protected].

Program Manager

Lauren Krebs

Lauren graduated from Missouri Baptist University (MBU) with a bachelors degree in Exercise Science. At MBU, Lauren was a scholar athlete competing in the MBU's Women Soccer program. She is currently in the process of receiving her masters in Sports Management while being the Graduate Assistant of MBU's Women's soccer team. Lauren was an intern for DASA in the summer of 2016 and landed a job in the summer of 2017. Lauren is grateful to be able to pursue her passion in making a difference in others lives. Confucius once said, “Choose a job you love, and you will never have to work a day in your life." She could not be more happy working for such a great organization and being apart of the amazing DASA family. 

Please contact Lauren for more information regarding DASA's Recreational Programs at [email protected].

Adaptive Training Director

Kimi Kemp, MS, EP-C, CIFT 

Kimi graduated from Lindenwood University with a Bachelors Degree in Exercise Science and Masters in Human Performance, emphasizing in disabilities and chronic diseases. She has the knowledge of exercise physiology, and the biomechanics behind movement, exercise, and fitness. Kimi specializes in fitness and exercise for people of all ages and abilities. She is certified through The American College of Sports Medicine as an Exercise Physiologist - Certified and Certification Inclusive Fitness Trainer. 

Please contact Kimi for more information about the Adaptive Training Programs at [email protected].

Head Adaptive Training Trainer

Willie O'Campo, MS, EP-C, EIM2, CPT

Willie graduated with his undergrad from Lindenwood University, with a BS in exercise science, and then continued his education at Logan University, graduating with a Masters in Sports Science and Rehabilitation. Willie has an extensive background in clinical rehabilitation having worked in a Cardiac Rehab Center for 2.5 years. Additionally, Willie has a strong background in exercise prescription and strength and conditioning having worked as a personal trainer. Finding his passion in adaptive sports and exercise, Willie joined the DASA team in January 2018. Alongside Kimi, Willie helps run the Adaptive Training program at DASA. He is certified through The American College of Sports Medicine as an Exercise Physiologist and Personal Trainer. Additionally, he is Exercise is Medicine Credentialed Level 2.

Program Manager - Gateway Disabled Ski Program

Joe Naughton

Joe received his bachelor's degree in Sports Administration from Baker University where he was honored as an NAIA Scholar Athlete - competing for the wildcats as a tight end on the football team, and a 6-time All-Conference thrower for the university's track team. Joe began with DASA as an intern in 2013, and has been a part of the team ever since. He is currently leading our Gateway Disabled Ski Program each winter at Hidden Valley in Wildwood, MO.

Please contact Joe for more information about Adaptive Alpine Skiing and Snowboarding at [email protected].

Camp WeCanDu Co-Director/Volunteer Photographer

Kim Lorenz

Kim has a bachelor's degree from Truman State University in Health Science and completed her master's degree in Occupational Therapy at Washington University.  In addition to her work as an OT, Kim is a professional photographer.  Kim has been working with DASA since the summer of 2004 and currently serves as the Co-Director of Camp WeCanDu.  

Please contact Kim for more information about Camp WeCanDu at [email protected].


Disabled Athlete Sports Association
1236 Jungermann Rd., Suite A
St. Peters, Missouri 63376

Phone: 636-477-0716
Email: [email protected]

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