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Mary joined U.S. Soccer in 2013 to help launch the Federation's development programming, and she's been with the Federation through the 2014 World Cup, 2015 Women's World Cup, two Gold Cups and Copa America. Mary's development background includes the Peace Corps and United Way. Mary shares her alma mater, the College of William & Mary, with U.S. WNT Head Coach Jill Ellis, and her first job was as a sports writer for her Pennsylvania hometown newspaper, The Gettysburg Times.
Mary TeeterDirector of Developmentfund@ussoccer.org
Jenna joined U.S. Soccer in 2015 to provide logistical support for U.S. Soccer VIP travel programs, events Fantasy Camps and Circle member needs. She previously worked in the Community Relations department for the Los Angeles Galaxy and Portland Timbers. As a Division I player from Portland State University with a unique degree specialzing in the Administration of Children, Youth and Family Programs, she is a strong advocate for soccer.
Jenna HortonDevelopment Operations Coordinatorfantasycamp@ussoccer.org
Sean joined U.S. Soccer as the Major Gifts Officer for the New York Metropolitan Area in 2017. His nonprofit and development background includes New York University, Stupid Cancer and Penn State Dance Marathon. A lifelong soccer player and fan, Sean grew up in New Hampshire and eventually the suburbs of Philadelphia. He graduated from Pennsylvania State University with a degree in Marketing.
Jason joined U.S. Soccer in 2016 to provide additional support for Circle members and Development communications. Previously, Jason worked in a variety of service based roles with the Colorado Rapids, St. Louis Rams & Houston Astros. Jason played soccer at Meramec Community College before graduating from Missouri State University with a B.S. in Entertainment Management. A native of "The Hill" neighborhood in St .Louis (same as four starters from the 1950 U.S. MNT...), Jason believes U.S. Soccer might just be in his blood.
Jason LoRussoDevelopment Coordinatorcircles@ussoccer.org
Sean ShapiroMajor Gifts Officer - New York Areamajorgifts@ussoccer.org