About Special Olympics Loudoun County
Providing year-round sports training and athletic competition in a variety of sports for all children and adults with intellectual disabilities.
What We Do
Through the transformative power of sports, Special Olympics Virginia – Loudoun County (SOVA Loudoun) gives continuing opportunities to discover new strengths and abilities, skills and success. Our athletes find joy, confidence, and fulfillment on the playing field and in life. They also inspire people in their communities to open their hearts to a wider world of human talents and potential.
Who We Serve
Athletes ages 8 to 50+ enjoy sports all year long. Our program offers opportunities to participate at many levels – skill building, one-on-one partnerships, competitive, and unified school sports teams. Plus there is a Young Athletes program for ages 2-7.
Anna Mutter, Pat Losty
The SOVA Loudoun council “runs the business” of Special Olympics in Loudoun County. We raise funds, manage expenses, organize community events, recruit athletes and ensure that our programs provide rich experiences for all athletes.
Secretary: Cynthia Miller
Treasurer: Wilson Chua
Equipment: Andy Burns
Athlete Representative: Jamie Spiering
At-Large Representative: Tina Bohrer
Outreach Chair: Andy Stromberg
Communications Chair: Sam Chapman
Volunteer Chair: Olivia Kurzeja
At-Large Representative: Cynthia Clark
Area 14 Coordinator: Christopher Caesar
Senior Director, Potomac Region: Veronica Jennings
Term Expires May 2021: Council Chair, Secretary, Equipment, Communications, Fundraising, At-Large (Tina), and Events