Jordan Daloisio Hotspurs Role: Youth Development Phase Girls Team Leader, Women's First Team General Manager firstname.lastname@example.org Coaching Qualifications: USSF D Licence (National) Masters Degree in Sport Coaching Relevant ExperienceS Steel City FC General Manager: August 2017-current Semi-Pro Player - Steel City FC Shaler Junior High Soccer Coach: 2018-current Scotland England - Player For Hamilton Academicals Chatham University Coach: 2015-2016 Point Park University Coach: 2013-2014 Clarion University Player: 2008-2012 Start in soccer: I started playing soccer when I was 4 years old for the Armstrong County YMCA. No one else in my family played and I think my parents just signed me up so that I could run around and burn some energy off. Inspiration to coach: I'm not sure if there was one person or turning point that lead me to coach, but I guess it's a compilation of all of the coaches that I had. I'm thankful that they always made soccer a fun learning experience for me and helped me to channel my extremely competitive personality. After struggling for a long time trying to figure out "what I wanted to be when I grew up" because I had no real passions outside of soccer, it finally clicked for me one day when someone reached out to me about applying for my first coaching job. Favorite part of coaching soccer: As a player and as a coach, I have always loved training! I love competing, learning and trying new things and training is the perfect environment for all three of those things! Favorite player/team: I love to watch any women's soccer. I really like watching Megan Rapinoe and Kelley O'Hara play because they're gritty, skillful, resilient, energetic and they seem like the type of player who will go out of their way to be a great teammate. When not coaching soccer: I love going to see live music, hiking, drinking coffee, giving out crisp high fives and most recently I've taken an interest in kayaking.