To make real change we need those in a position of influence to support and advance the cause. United Soccer Coaches is the largest coaching membership organization in the world and they have recently committed to changing the coaching culture. Listen to this conversation with Lynn Berling-Manuel.

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Show Notes

5:15 The single biggest change in US Soccer since Lynn started her journey

10:45 Whom do we serve in the game?

23:15 Pay to Play and the professionalization of youth sports

26:45 The development of Commitment to Culture

33:45 When parents and coaches collaborate it is a powerful experience

40:15 Lynn talks about what United Soccer Coaches does

52:00 What USC is doing as a leader in diversity and inclusion


Getting in Touch


Twitter: @UnitedCoaches


Lynn Berling-Manuel is the Chief Executive Officer of United Soccer Coaches, which was founded in 1941 and until last year was known as the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA). Berling-Manuel had served as AYSO Chief Marketing Officer for eight years before becoming in May 2015 the CEO of United Soccer Coaches, the world’s largest soccer coaches organization.


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