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Mercer Island FC

Board of Directors

MIFC Board of Directors

Greg Snyder
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Greg has two boys playing soccer, and he played youth, high school, college and in a men's league. He has "retired" from playing but enjoys watching and coaching. He volunteers for the Club because he feels that soccer has given him so much, including lifelong friendships, and he wants to model that for his own boys. He believes it doesn't matter what level you play as long as you have fun. 

Colin Rigby
VP of Player & Coach Development

Colin grew up playing soccer on Mercer Island before playing in college at University of Denver and SPU. He was drafted by the Timbers, played for the Sounders and had some small stints in Europe. Colin coached MIHS from 2011-2018. He has a great affinity for soccer on Mercer Island, despite living in West Seattle with his wife, Sara and child Greyson. He is excited to work with the board, coaches, players and families on and off the field.

Morgan Shook
VP of Select Soccer

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Morgan has two daughters who play soccer for the club and has been involved as a recreational coach and team manager. He believes in the power that physical activity, teamwork, and goal setting can have on child development and is excited to work with the club on building an experience where kids and their families can grow and have fun.

Sara Adamo-Graham
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Sara grew up playing soccer for Eastside FC since she was 11 years old. Although new to Mercer Island as of 2019, she is very familiar with the area being raised in Sammamish, moving here from Detroit at a young age. She loved playing competitively whether it was playing premiere or playing on the Washington ODP team for both state,  and regionals. However, due to a severe  knee injury, at the age of 17, Sara had to withdrawl from soccer tearing her ACL, MCL, LCL, and PCL all at once. Having to have to turned down her dreams of playing college ball, she gave up playing competitive soccer.  Her passion for the game have never left however, and now resides on Mercer Island with her son, daughter, husband and her many animals. She has taken on coaching in hopes to inspire the youth of soccer,  and perhaps one day growing the popularity of the game here in the states. Her hobbies include snowboarding, skiing, wake surfing, wake boarding, hiking, playing soccer, and spending time with her family.

Kayan Hargreaves
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Coming soon

Brandon Schmid
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Brandon grew up playing little league soccer before moving on to other sports. He picked it back up again in his twenties forming a co-ed recreational team with some friends, eventually playing on both co-ed and GSSL men's league teams in the area for the next twenty years. Now he has three kids at various levels in the MIFC program and volunteers his time with the board to help the organization continue to achieve its mission to serve the community through the sport of soccer.   

Nicole Nelson
VP Juniors
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Nicole grew up playing a variety of competitive sports and was part of an NCAA final four soccer team at Willamette University. She coached her first team at age 12, and when she moved to Mercer Island, started coaching the high school program. She has coached her children in MIFC for the past seven years in the Microscoccer and Recreational programs. Nicole enjoys being part of a community organization that supports strong youth development.

Brooke Weitz

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Carlo Malaguzzi
Co - VP Recreational Soccer
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Carlo was born in Italy and as has been playing on a soccer field since a very young age. He played goalie in high school and then transitioned to midfielder during his college years. Carlo is a Mercer Island resident and father of four daughters. He has been involved with MIFC for nearly a decade, supporting, volunteering and coaching his daughters' recreational soccer teams. Carlo brings his soccer knowledge and many years with MIFC to the role of marketing and communication. 

Justin Bell

Member at Large
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Justin belongs to a ‘soccer family’. A player and coach himself, he has two boys, a nephew and nieces, sister and brother-in-law who are all deeply involved with the sport. Justin moved to Mercer Island in 2014 and joined the board in 2018 with a passion to help foster and develop programs for our youngest players just learning to love and play the game.

Scott Leber
President Elect

I have lived on Mercer Island since 2019 and currently have 3 kids (Taylor 2011, AJ 2014, Katherine 2017) playing within MIFC.  Soccer has been a part of my journey since I was little boy and has given me so much joy . I have been a player, a coach, a trainer and now, I am excited to give back to the community I live in as a board member.  I believe soccer (and all sports for that matter) have the incredible opportunity to teach many valuable life lessons, plant seeds for meaningful relationships and can also be an avenue to amazing opportunities. 

Ken Fortson
Co-VP Recreational Soccer

It had been decades since Ken was actively involved with soccer until he volunteered to coach his kids' recreational teams when they first signed up to play with MIFC. His ensuing five years coaching MIFC teams rekindled his love of soccer, and he delights in helping young players find their own joy in the sport.



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