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Club Coaches

Kerry Louderback-Wood


Kerry teaches Learn to Skate, Basic and Freestyle levels. Skating is about learning dedication and persistence, while having a fun time. She started skating at 7, and still competes in the adult circuit. She holds her Adult Gold Moves in the Field and is working on Gold Freestyle. Outside the rink, she serves her family, career, and two Bernese Mountain beasts.

Emily Fowler


My name is Emily Fowler, I am 20 years old. After watching a Christmas show with the Cody Figure Skating Club I started skating the next year. I skated for all four years in high school before taking a break for college. This is my first year coaching and I am excited to be back on the ice and work with y'all!



I’ve been skating since I was 6, and have loved it ever since! I’ve passed my intermediate moves in the field and singles test. I coached last year, and am very excited to be coming back again!

Private Coaches

Christine Castillo

Christine Castillo has been a figure skating professional with the Cody FSC since 2021. Originally from California, she has called Cody, WY her permanent home for the past 4 years, a community with which she has deep historical roots dating back to 1942 when her family was interned at the Heart Mountain Relocation Center during WWII. She began figure skating in 1971 at the age of 5, which marked the beginning of a lifelong passion for the sport. Her adult singles skating career spans over 32 years and has included and numerous Adult National Figure Skating Championship gold medals and a silver medal in Vancouver, Canada in 2014. She has trained with National, World and Olympic champions. Christine’s mission as a coach is to pay forward her training and experience to skaters of all ages in Cody by fostering excellent foundational skating skills, advancement in freestyle, building of self-confidence and character and a love of figure skating. Christine herself continues to train as a skater, is competitive in USFSA sanctioned competitions, tests and has served in a judging capacity. She believes these things allow her to stay relevant as a coach and gives her unique insight into the needs of her skaters as well as the competitive environment. Off-ice Christine raises and trains American Quarter Horses and serves as VP Business Development for USDN Network Security.

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