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Director of Soccer Operations: Juergen Sommer

Juergen will be responsible for all Carmel FC programming and will also play a major role consulting in CDC recreation soccer programs.  He brings with him high-level coaching experience having served as assistant coach for the Men’s National team for the World Cup, Copa America, and Gold Cup tournaments.  In 2013 Juergen was named Director of Soccer and Head Coach of the Indy Eleven. As a player, he him 8 years’ experience in the European professional league, where he enjoyed international acclaim as a player with Luton Town Football Club and Queen’s Park Rangers Football Club where he was the first American to play in the coveted English Premier League and was named Goalkeeper of the Year in 1993.  Juergen’s playing career also encompassed playing with the Columbus Crew and New England Revolution where he was an MLS Allstar.  In addition, Juergen’s acclaimed playing career also included representing the United States Men’s National Team over a 14 year period playing World Cups in 1994 and 1998.  As a college player, Juergen was a four year letterman and captain for the Indiana University Soccer team and was a 1988 Division 1 National Champion, Defensive MVP of the 1988 NCAA Championships and was 1990 National Player of the Year in College Soccer







Commissioner: Jeremy Slivinski

Jeremy Slivinski has been a coach for the 2005 Boys in Carmel FC for 3 years and overall has been coaching soccer for close to 6 years.  His past work for the club included setting up its social media, redevelopment of the website and assisting in the transition to full implementation of GotSoccer.  He holds a National D coaching license. Jeremy’s employment background is in non-profit management specializing in membership associations, volunteer support and charitable activities. He has two sons one of whom plays on our 2005 Boys team.  The younger son is currently in the CDC Rec program.  His wife is a soccer referee for CDC and also a club volunteer.

In his role with the club Jeremy serves as the lead volunteer and chairs the club's leadership committee. He also chairs the annual club meeting, helps recruit and retain volunteers, serves as the volunteer liaison to CDC, represents the club to outside entities and assists in program development as needed.


Academy Director: Mark Stumpf

Mark Stumpf is a founding member of Carmel FC, coaching in the club since 2009.  Prior to that he was active in the Carmel Dad's Club and previously coached High School soccer and assisted in starting up another club.  In his time with this club, he has coached Boys and Girls teams ranging from U9 to U14.  He also has 2 kids that have been in the program with his daughter on the '05 Girls team.  For his full time job, Mark is a Senior Software Engineer and Team Lead for a development team at Interactive Intelligence, which is headquartered in northwest Indianapolis.

Mark is responsible for assisting the DOC with all activities related to the Girls Academy Program.  This includes assist in creation of technical program for all teams to use.  Assist in training and evaluation of players, teams and coaches.  Guest coach different teams in program.  Guest coach teams when coaches are unavailable for a game.  Assist head coaches as needed in program improvement.




Administrative Director: Ada Quinoy

Ada Quiñoy-Ortiz, a Puerto Rican native, has been involved with Carmel FC since 2011 when she became the team manager for the first academy boys team.  Since then, she has been the team manager for several teams in the club.  In 2012 she stepped up to help the club with tryouts and other administrative duties, such as the management of GotSoccer and guiding other team managers.  Ada holds a degree in Restaurant, Hotel, Institutional and Tourism Management from Purdue University with a minor in Club Management.  Later she worked in the public school system as an Instructional Assistant helping kids that have English as a Second Language and helped the school system with translations.  She is married to Mark Stumpf, also a coach with Carmel FC, and has two kids.  The oldest is currently in the CDC rec soccer program and the youngest daughter plays in the 2005 Girls team.

Ada provides oversight in all administrative activities of the club.  This includes GotSoccer and TeamSnap management, organizing tryouts, training team managers, and the uniform program.



Communications Director: Sean Carlin

Sean Carlin is in his third year of coaching at Carmel FC with six years of coaching youth soccer.  He holds an E coaching license.  He has spent the last 10 years working in motorsports and special events industry focusing on sponsorship, marketing and operations.  A father of 3, his oldest two sons are part of the Carmel FC 14U and 10U programs.  His youngest son and wife, Jo, serve as enthusiastic fans.

The Communications Director focuses on promotion of club, managing website and social media, club advertising, marketing, and coordinating our promotional events.




Tournament Director: Lisa Martin

Lisa joined the Carmel FC community in 2012 as the team manager for her oldest daughter’s team after serving for 2 years as the CDC Rec league commissioner.  Along with continuing to manage her daughter’s teams, Lisa has joined the leadership committee by taking on the role of Tournament Director. She will be influential in setting the groundwork for organizing and executing tournaments hosted by Carmel FC and tracking the registrations and results by our teams in outside tournaments Currently Lisa works in Direct Sales as a Scentsy Superstar Director where she mentors a team of over 400 consultants all over the world.  In her spare time she and her family enjoy snow skiing, traveling, and following the Women’s US national team! Her girls play on the 2004 and 2006 teams. She is married to Andrew Martin, also a coach with Carmel FC.



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