Julie had a sensational soccer career while playing on the USA National Team for 17 years. She is the former Captain of the US Women's National Team. Julie was a captain on the National Team for 13 of her 17 years with the team. Julie participated in 4 Women's World Cups and 3 Olympics for the USA Team. She is a two-time World Cup Champion and she is also a 1996 Olympic Gold medalist, 2000 Olympic Silver medalist and 2004 Olympic Gold medalist. Julie finished her National Team career with 45 goals, 59 assists and 272 international appearances (caps) for the USA. Her 272 caps rank third in the world all-time, male or female.
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JULIE FOUDY SPORTS LEADERSHIP ACADEMY CORE STAFF
Director of Soccer
Currently Director of Coaching at SanTan Youth Soccer Association.
Currently full-time P.E. teacher at Fulton Elementary School.
Formerly an Assistant Coach at Arizona State University.
Played goalkeeper for three seasons for the WUSA's San Diego Spirit.
Has 3 three caps with the full US Women's National Team 2001-02.
A member of the U.S. Under-20 National Team pool from 1993-97, played in two U-20 Nordic Cups in Germany and Sweden.
A three-time All-American at George Mason University.
She enjoys working with the Special Olympics Program and is a youth leader at Mountain Valley Church in Scottsdale, Arizona.
Played all 3 seasons for the San Diego Spirit in the WUSA - 2001-2003.
The master of the “Pick-Flip” throw-in!
Played 2000 with the Boston Renegades and the Sacramento Storm in 2000.
Played at Santa Clara University from 1996-'99: Majored in Liberal Studies … Earned department honors in English and Spanish.
Went to four NCAA Final Fours with the Broncos - An All-WCC choice two times.
Studied to get her teaching credential in the WUSA off-season.
Currently a teacher in Southern California.
Director of Academic Curriculum for the Julie Foudy Sports Leadership Academy
Carolyn is an English teacher, Director of Leadership Programs, and Dean of New Faculty at the Blair Academy in New Jersey. Carolyn Conforti Browse has also coached softball for 25 years including a brief stint as an assistant coach for the Belgian National U16 team.
She has been named Prep Coach of the Year several times (Star Ledger, NJ Herald, Eastern Prop), but her favorite award would be the homemade one sent to her by some alums which read: “ MVP- To the person most likely to be called during times of triumph or tragedy.” Carolyn is a member of the NFCA and a two star coach. Her husband Latta Browse, is Chair of the Math department. They have two kids, Tyler and Annelies.
Internationally recognized authority on
the psychology of peak performance and
Sports Psychology Consultant.
Dr. Colleen Hacker has served as the Sport Psychology Consultant to the Women's U.S. National Soccer Team since 1996. During her tenure, The National Team won a Gold Medal at the 1996 Olympic Games, the 1998 Goodwill Games and the 1999 World Cup. Named as an Assistant Coach in 2000, Dr. Hacker helped lead the National Team to a Silver Medal at the Sydney Olympic Games and a third place finish in the 2003 World Championships.
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Co-founder and Vice President of the Julie Foudy Sports Leadership Academy.
Technical Director of the Julie Foudy High Performance Center.
Former General Manager and Head Coach in the Womens Professional Soccer League.
Head Coach for the WUSA San Jose Cyberrays all 3 Years.
Led the Cyberrays to the Inaugural WUSA Championship 2001.
WUSA Coach of the Year 2001.
Former Assistant and Head Coach of Stanford University Women's Soccer Program.
US Women's Amateur National Championship winner.
USYSA National Championship winner.
US Soccer "A" License Coach.
Co-founder and Director of Academy Development
Attended Lafayette College, B.A.; Lehigh University, M.Ed:
The current Athletic Director and Head Women's Soccer Coach at The Montclair Kimberley Academy (MKA) in Montclair, New Jersey.
Prior to coming to MKA in 2000, Todd served as the Associate Dean of Admissions and Director of Alumni Relations at Blair Academy.
At MKA, in addition to being the Director of Athletics, Todd is Head Coach for the Varsity Girls' Soccer Team.
Co-founder of JFSLA and Director of Development and Scholarships at the Julie Foudy Leadership foundation
Attended University of California Berkeley, B.A. Kerri and Julie grew up playing soccer together (from the age of 7) for the Mission Viejo Soccerettes (Go Green Machine!). Kerri is married to Edson McClellan, co-founder of the JFSLA as well. Kerri wears many hats, and very well we might add! First and foremost, she wears the hat of MOTHER to three adorable girls, Megan and Madison (age 11… Megan is all of 1 minute older than Madison) as well as Macy, now almost 4 years old!
Kerri then runs the Julie Foudy Leadership Foundation and also helps the JFSLA behind the scenes on a daily basis. On "the side" she runs duathlons in record times and was part of team USA last year. STUD.
Director of Public Relations for the JFSLA and JFSC.
BA from Middlebury College, MAT from Connecticut College.
Marnie played field hockey and lacrosse for 4 years in college and then coached at Connecticut College for 2 years. After college and coaching, Marnie went to Blair Academy as an Ass't AD and English teacher, where she met Todd and Carolyn (above). She then left for Montclair Kimberley Academy to teach and coach. Marnie is married to Ryan McNany and they have three adorable kids, Mary (8), Jack (6), and Finn (4). Marnie is very active in the kids' lives while working on her Blackberry and laptop for the JFSLA and JFSC! :) Mary and Jack are creating the McNany tradition of soccer that their mother did not participate in! But there is still hope for Marnie...