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Mequon Soccer Club Organizational Changes

posted Jul 5, 2012, 3:36 AM by John DeFord
The Mequon Soccer Club is excited to announce the following organizational changes which are intended to reinforce our long-standing club philosophy of player development. 
 
In preparation for the upcoming season, the club has begun transitioning to a larger board of directors’ structure. The intent is to provide a broader parent and program influenced organization.  This will ensure the continuation of the club’s long history of unquestionably high standards regarding player focus and development. The end result will propel the club to new levels of excellence.
 
After more than a decade of service to the club, Lori Schramka will no longer serve in the role of Vice President.  The club would like to thank Lori for her unquestionable and tireless dedication to the club and its youth during her tenure. She has been instrumental in the direction of the club and the results achieved…notably the development of the club’s Super Y program.  With Lori’s guidance, the club has successfully transitioned the Super Y program administration to Deb Thomsen. 
 
Moving forward, additional changes will be announced regarding the continued development of the Board and program structure. The intent is to ultimately have a board consisting of 7 to 12 members, which includes 1) program cross-section representation of all the major youth programs:  Academy, Recreational and Select and 2) all major operational functions such as officers, Super Y Programming, Tournament, Marketing, Manager/Team Administration, Player Development, and Volunteer Coordination.  
 
We believe this structure will not only help reinforce the youth focused ideals and philosophies for which our club has become well-known, but will also provide for a stronger collective voice, ensuring a strong future and maximizing the soccer opportunities for our players.
 
If you have questions relating to this announcement, please feel free to contact Scott Engroff or Cacho Cordoba.