Eastern Pennsylvania Youth Soccer welcomes two new hires just in time for soccer season to kick off. The team’s newest employees, Michele Burns and Crystal Fountain, are the latest additions who will help continue expanding the organization’s impact of growing youth soccer in eastern Pennsylvania.
Both additions bring significant knowledge in their respective niches within the industry.
Michele Burns joins Eastern Pennsylvania Youth Soccer as a registration specialist. Burns’ responsibilities work to better connect teams, leagues, and communities in various expanded capacities. As she was suggested for the role, her extensive experience with numerous positions in soccer further solidifies her influence on the organization.
Crystal Fountain joins Eastern Pennsylvania Youth Soccer as a communications coordinator. Her role assists in the continued success of organization communications and events. With experience as a girls’ lacrosse coach, Fountain has a keen perspective on understanding how youth programs are impacted by a sport’s growth and success directly.
Despite its already seemingly established popularity, soccer is ever-growing consistently. “As the game grows, so too does our need to support the sport, the community, and the athletes we serve,” Eastern Pennsylvania Youth Soccer CEO Chris Branscome said. “We’re more than thrilled to welcome two new team members at a time when our community involvement becomes more timely,” Branscome continued.
With two new additions to the team, Eastern Pennsylvania Youth Soccer can continue extending its mission to promote and facilitate the game of soccer for the youth of all levels.
For more information on the organization, please visit www.epysa.org.