Meet Our Dancers

Joseph Michael:  Joe is a fifth generation Washington County resident with deep roots in Big Pool and Boonsboro.  He has served as a prosecutor in the State’s Attorney’s Office of Washington County since 1993, handling every offense from littering to homicide.  He is a graduate of Class 24 of Leadership Washington County, from 2010 to 2017 he served on the Board of the Arc of Washington County, and has also served on the Board of Directors of the Mental Health Center, and is a Trustee of the Washington County Museum of Fine Arts.  He enjoys hunting, fishing, dog training, and horseback riding with his son J. Coulter.

Kimberley Intino, M.S., CAWA: Ms. Intino has been an animal welfare professional for over 25 years and President/CEO at the Humane Society of Washington County since July 2014. Kim most recently served as Deputy Director of Development at Action on Smoking & Health in Washington, DC.  Prior to that, she worked eight years at The Humane Society of the United States (HSUS) as Manager of the Animal Services Consultation program and then as Director of Shelter Services. Kim’s overall experience includes non-profit management, fundraising, legislation, animal care and veterinary assistance, and emergency response to large-scale animal cruelty and natural disasters. Throughout her career, Kim has worked in animal shelters as an animal care supervisor, development officer, and executive director.  Additionally, she has worked in zoos as a zookeeper, department manager, and director of public relations, marketing and development. She has served as adjunct faculty at the university level, developing and teaching courses on humane education and wildlife in animal shelters, and has also been a freelance animal welfare consultant and guest speaker for several school, service, and professional groups, both nationally and internationally. Kim is a Certified Animal Welfare Administrator, holds a Master of Science degree in Human Resources Management, a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychobiology and English, and a certificate in Non-Profit Management from George Mason University and the Association of Zoos and Aquariums. Kim was honored in 2001 by New York State’s Mohawk Valley Chamber of Commerce for her leadership and professional contributions to the community and she received The HSUS Circle of Excellence Team award in 2003. Most recently, Kim was selected as a 2016 winner of SmartCEO’s Brava Award for Non-Profit Leaders.

Eric Knode: Eric is a life long resident of Clear Spring and a graduate of Clear Spring High School. Eric holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice from Shippensburg University. Sergeant Eric Knode has served 19 years with the Hagerstown Police Department, currently with the Downtown Patrol Squad. Serving his community, Eric the President of Clear Spring Little League, Past President of Clear Spring Lions Club, Big Brother with Big Brothers Big Sisters of Washington County, MD. Eric is a graduate of Leadership Washington County Class of 27. Eric attends Hub City Vineyard Community of Faith and is an advocate for Brookes House. Eric is the proud father of his 3 children Keller, Clayton and Evelyn. In his spare time Eric enjoys coaching youth sports and working with kids. His hobbies include enjoying the outdoors hunting, fishing, etc.

Mary Teal Medina: After graduating from Barbara Ingram School for the Arts in 2011 with the inaugural class, Mary Teal Mulligan-Medina attended Hagerstown Community College and obtained her Associates Degree in Business Administration. During her time at HCC, she was a member of the HCC Dance Company for 2 years. Mary Teal then transferred to Liberty University where she completed her Bachelor’s Degree in Government & Politics, founded by the Liberty University Champion Dance Team, received the Ronald S. Godwin Political Activism Award and graduated manga cume laude in 2015. Mary Teal has a passion for service and community involvement and currently serves as the Marketing Director for Chick-fil-A in Hagerstown, MD. She is a proud Rotarian, member of the 31st Class of Leadership Washington County, and Big Sisters with Big Brothers Big Sisters of Washington County MD. She has been dancing since the age of 3 and is trained in ballet, pointe, lyrical, modern, contemporary, jazz, tap and musical theatre. Mary Teal is an avid tap dancer and directs Ballet and All That Jazz Tap Company. She is newly married to her high school sweetheart, Juan Medina, and the 2 currently reside in Hagerstown, MD.

Herb Smith: Herb has worked at Antrim Way Honda for 8 years as a Finance Manager and was recently promoted to Finance Director, he currently is serving as Vice President of the Sunrise Rotary of Hagerstown and has been a member of the Sunrise Rotary of Hagerstown for 5 years. Herb lives in Hagerstown and recently celebrated his 6th Wedding Anniversary also celebrating 14 years together. His parents,  Herb A Smith and Lorraine Smith of Funkstown, have given a big chunk of their lives to the Community.

Kerri Corderman: Kerri is an Account Executive at HBP, Inc. (Hagerstown Bookbinding & Printing). She enjoys her role at this longstanding local company where she helps area businesses and organizations with marketing, print and mobile solutions. Born and raised in Hagerstown, she and her husband, Paul, a Hagerstown City Councilman, moved back to the area from Baltimore to raise their daughter, Samantha, who is now 4 years old. Kerri studied journalism and criminal justice at Towson University where she earned her undergraduate degree and later earned her Master’s degree in Community Planning from the University of Maryland.  She spent eight years as a public involvement specialist at McCormick Taylor, an environmental and transportation planning firm in Baltimore City. Upon her return to Hagerstown, she worked as the Director of Communications and Development at her high school alma mater, St. Maria Goretti High School, for six years. Kerri is an avid runner who also enjoys yoga. She has spent time working with groups including the Downtown Movement and the Main Street Committee to promote the growth and revitalization of downtown Hagerstown, a place that is near and dear to her heart. She is truly honored to be a part of this year’s Dancing with the Arc Stars to support such a wonderful and important organization in this community.