Executive Director Tom Wierman has announced the appointment of the coordinator team for the 84th session of The American Legion Boys State of Kansas. The 2022 session is scheduled to be held Sunday, June 5, through Saturday, June 11, at Kansas State University in Manhattan.

Jack Curtis will again serve as the city/county coordinator. Curtis, a KBS delegate in 2013, has served as a city counselor, county counselor and state offices counselor. He lives in Manhattan and works in Junction City for the State of Kansas as a Temporary Assistant for Needy Families career navigator. He is excited to see the program bounce back and grow post-COVID-19 and will be working to ensure the best experience for Kansas Boys State delegates.

Brandon Englund has been reappointed to serve as government coordinator. Englund, a 2012 KBS delegate, hails from Ottawa, Kan. Englund is excited to work with KBS staff again this year with plans to further develop the ALBSK team and mission.

Logan Gideon will again serve as the media coordinator. Gideon, a resident of Galena, Kan., was a KBS delegate in 2012. Over the last 10 years, he has helped with the Kansas Boys State media and internet technology teams. A graduate of Kansas State University, Gideon now lives and works in the Kansas City area. He looks forward to working with everyone as we continue to evolve and improve the program.

Trey Scarborough has been appointed to the position of IT coordinator. Scarborough, a delegate in 2014, has served recently as a government and IT counselor. Originally from Mississippi, Scarborough moved to the Midwest in 2010 and currently lives in Overland Park, Kan., working for Cerner. Scarborough is excited to collaborate with the other coordinators and KBS executive team to make sure that the needs of the program are met and that the 2022 session will be a successful and memorable experience for the delegates.