Rob Morris helps large Technology and Financial Services companies to optimize their customer and prospect facing activities to create revenue. He has over three decades of volunteer experience including work with the Boy Scouts of America and Pinal County Prisons. In 2012, Rob received the President’s Volunteer Service Award from the President of the United States for his work with incarcerated youth in the Pinal County Juvenile Justice Center.
Rob is a graduate of Westwood High School in Mesa and of Brigham Young University.
“I tried for years to find a way to fit family and other high priority, non-soccer commitments around competitive soccer. I evaluated options including Charter Schools and a Boy Scout Troop designed to accommodate youth involved in club soccer. My conclusion is that soccer should be designed to fit around the things that matter most. Young people can reach their athletic potential without abandoning higher aspirations.
“I am committed to this club because I am convinced that we can restore the family as the central unit in the life of a young person AND allow them to develop into the best soccer player they can be. These goals do not need to be mutually exclusive. Our club will draw on best-in-class standards set by the top academies from around the world and honor the family.”