Coach Julie has been a Soccer Shots coach since 2013 and absolutely loves coaching soccer. She is thankful to call coaching her “job.” Julie has been playing soccer since the age of 8 and played for Kettering Alter in high school and then went on to play at the College of Mt. St. Joseph which she refers to as her glory days. Coach Julie has a passion for coaching and plans to continue to coach for years to come. Julie loves boating, watching high school and college football and soccer, FC Cincinnati, the Cincinnati Reds, and enjoys her adventurous vacations! Julie also has a great career as a realtor and flips houses in her spare time.
Coach Julie has been married to her wonderful husband for 23 years, has two awesome boys, Jesse (19) and Joey (17) and her chocolate lab, Buckeye.
Julie is looking forward to meeting your child and teaching them the skills that they will need to play the amazing game of soccer.
Coach Amy has been coaching soccer for 20 years and with Soccer Shots since 2014. She lives in Westchester with her husband Cory and 3 children, Sydney (18), Caleigh (16) and Brady (12). Prior to joining Soccer Shots, Coach Amy was a stay at home mom and provided child care in her home for 13 years. She enjoys camping, boating, fishing and watching her kids play sports. Her favorite part in teaching young children is seeing their faces light up when they get a move right on their own or score a goal. We don’t just teach kids how to play soccer, we teach them patience, discipline, sharing, balance, gross motor skills, sportsmanship, etc…. but most importantly how to have fun!
Coach Janice has been involved in soccer for over 20 years, watching her children play and coaching. She has been teaching at Soccer Shots since it started in 2007. Prior to joining Soccer Shots, Coach Janice taught for Cincinnati Public Schools for 30 years. She enjoys running, traveling, and spending time with her family. Janice participates in several 5k’s during the year.
Coach Danielle grew up in Columbus and played soccer for three years before switching to lacrosse, which she has played for 13 years. She moved to Cincinnati to attend the University of Cincinnati and graduated with a bachelors in geology in 2016. She decided to stay in Cincinnati after receiving a great opportunity in the environmental science field. She is now the head JV lacrosse coach at Indian Hill high school and absolutely loves being a coach for younger kids and high schoolers! Besides coaching, Danielle is a part-time nanny, has a passion for photography, traveling, and loves to go on adventures with her two dogs, Junior and Mowgli.
Coach Lisa has been with Soccer Shots for 8 years. Soccer is a big part of her life. Lisa has 2 teenage girls who play Club and High School Soccer. Lisa’s husband coaches their daughters and Lisa helps with the administrative support outside of her job with Soccer Shots. Lisa loves working with children and also works at the YMCA hosting birthday parties on the weekend. When Lisa is not working she enjoys spending time with her family, going to soccer games, and cheering on her favorite English Premier League Soccer team, Chelsea. Lisa is from England and moved to the states when she was 10 years old. If your children say she talks funny, that is why. Lisa can’t wait to teach the game of soccer to your child!
Heidy is from the eastern part of Cincinnati. She started playing soccer at 4 years old. She played for Warren County United, and for her high school team. She attends Northern Kentucky University in pursuit of a degree in Elementary Education. She became a soccer shots coach in the fall of 2017 and enjoys teaching your little ones the fundamentals of the game and how to have fun too! Seeing the look of pure excitement on their faces when they accomplish a new skill or score a goal is so rewarding! In her spare time, she loves to go four-wheeling, be outdoors, play with her nieces and nephews and have a good time with her friends. She is so excited to meet your little ones and teach them!
If you have a passion for positively impacting children, we’d love to talk to you.