Olivia serves as an Assistant Athletic Director, head basketball coach and assistant volleyball coach. Prior to SG, Olivia was the Operations Coordinator for the women's basketball program at Brown University for two years. Healy graduated from the University of Richmond in 2016 with a degree in journalism where she played Division I basketball, and finished eligibility and earned her Master's at the University of New Hampshire in '18. Olivia was the 2013 Gatorade Player of the Year in Massachusetts for basketball, a Parade All-American, Miss. Espn.com Boston and a two-time Boston Herald Dream Team selection. Olivia holds the school records for boys and girls at Reading Memorial High School for most points scored in a game (42) and all-time scoring record at 1,897 career points.
Meg Coffin comes to St. George's from Trinity Episcopal School in New Orleans, Louisiana, where she was an English teacher and served as a chair of the English department. Coffin graduated from Bates College in 2008 and was tri-captain of soccer, basketball and lacrosse and two-time All-American in soccer and basketball. Coffin was on the 2005 NESCAC champion soccer team and a 1,000-point scorer for basketball. Coffin was named the Division III All-America women's soccer player in 2006 for the second straight year. She was named First Team All-NESCAC for the third consecutive season and tallied 14 goals and five assists as a defender. In 2006, Coffin was selected as the Female Athlete of the Year. In the 2007-08 basketball season, Coffin was First Team All-State and All-NESCAC and set the school record in field goal percentage and ranked number four on the all-time scoring list at Bates with 1,252 points.