Brian Suskiewicz

Brian has a chance to share a few words with Pele

Brian has a chance to share a few words with Pele

is a 1998 & 2000 graduate of Boston College and is our Chief Executive Strategist.  After playing soccer for the Eagles and earning an undergraduate degree and Masters in Education from Boston College, Brian became a soccer coach at Washington & Lee University, Bucknell University, Hofstra University, and the University of Hawaii-Hilo.  In his eleven years coaching at these institutions, his teams won conference titles in five seperate years.  He holds a USSF ‘A’ License and an NSCAA Advanced National Diploma.

Brian joined the CAC team in 2010 in a trip that was planned around the South African World Cup.  After volunteering for five months, he was hooked and returned again the next year.  In 2012 he joined the CAC full-time as the On Field Global Strategist.  As such, he is responsible for communicating and organizing our partner programs around the world and coaching education that they receive from CAC.  In his three years, Brian has visited programs in a dozen different countries.  In December 2013, he was promoted to Chief Executive Strategist.

When he is not on the field, Brian can be found surfing in the waves off the Big Island of Hawaii or in Nicaragua.

He can be reached at Brian@coachesacrosscontinents.org.

Five Football Facts with Brian:

1. Favorite Team – Manchester United

2. Favorite Player – Paolo Maldini and Mia Hamm

3. Favorite Coach – Jose Mourinho

4. Favorite Movie – Shawshank Redemption

5. Who will win the WC in 2014 (men) and 2015 (women)? – Brazil (2014) and the United States (2015)

Why I enjoy working with CAC?“I have loved being a soccer player and soccer coach for the past thirty years.  I also have a severe case of the travel bug.  So selfishly, this is a job that allows me to pursue two of my passions.  In addition, there is immense satisfaction helping people learn and seeing smiles on other coaches, players, and community members everywhere I go.”

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