LAURA STURDIVANT, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
Laura started her soccer career over 20 years ago as a soccer mom when her two boys began to play. She joined the board as the secretary and has held various positions on the board, including being the first female president of DYSA. She previously worked at Kirkwood Soccer Club as the Executive Assistant for 15 years, before becoming the Executive Director of DYSA in April 2016. In her spare time, she enjoys her grandchildren, spending time with her family and cruising.
TERRY REED, ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT
Terry joined Delaware Youth Soccer Association in April, 2018. Terry’s background includes more than 15 years in Human Resources, Community Outreach and Engagement, Special Events, Grant writing, Marketing and Communications. In her spare time she enjoys reading, crocheting, and being at her grandchildren’s events which include: soccer, gymnastics, and swimming.
TYLER BASTIANELLI, DIRECTOR OF ODP
Tyler is a former player for Kirkwood Soccer Club and Hockessin Soccer Club (now known as DEFC-Hockessin). He holds a USSF National “C” license. Tyler is a former USSF National Training Center Staff member and is the current Sporting Delaware Director of Player Development. He is the Head coach of the DEFC ’00, ’04 and ’07 boys’ teams and is a Philadelphia Union Academy Scout. Formerly, he coached for DE Rush and the Philadelphia Union Juniors.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
CHAD REED, PRESIDENT
Chad is the 9th President in the 40+ year history of DYSA and follows in his dad's footsteps. Chatty Reed was the second President of DYSA. Chad is a former DE ODP player and West Chester University player. He holds a USSF “A” License, US Soccer Coaches Advanced Diploma and KNVB Youth Badge. He is a Project Manager for Teal Construction, Inc. and the Technical Director for DE Union.
VICE PRESIDENT, OPEN
MICHELLE WOJCIECHOWSKI, TREASURER
Michelle serves as DYSA Treasurer since 2017. Michelle is a small business owner with over 25 years’ experience and holds an MBA in Executive Management with an undergrad degree in accounting. She became a true Soccer Mom when her two boys started playing soccer at the age of 3 where she volunteered and managed multiple travel team through the years. Her oldest was named a Region 1 ODP pool player then accepted an opportunity with the US Soccer Development Academy program where he played all four years of high school leading to his current collegiate soccer career opportunity. Her youngest plays at the ECNL level and is currently playing on the varsity high school soccer team.
BRENT FELDMAN, DIRECTOR OF RECREATION
Brent has been involved in soccer most of his life. He is a former player for Concord Soccer Association, Wilmington Friends School, Berea College and still plays today for New Castle County Adult League. He has been coaching for the recreational program for Concord Soccer for 16 years. Brent joined DYSA as the Recreational Director in 2017 and has been running our rec programs and Inter Club League ever since. Brent volunteers for the love of the sport, no matter the skill level of the players!
JOHN WEAVER, DIRECTOR OF TOPSOCCER
JOHN WEAVER, COMMISSIONER
MEGAN O'DONNELL, PAST PRESIDENT
Megan has served on the DYSA Board for over 8 years and is the current DYSA’s Past President. She was DYSA President from 2017-2019 During her time as President, Megan was named the East Region Administrator of the Year in 2019. Megan has also held positions as the Secretary, TOPSoccer Director, and Vice President.
Megan holds a USSF “E” License. She has been a head coach at Kirkwood Soccer, A.I.DuPont High School and Assistant Coach at Saint Mark’s High School. While Head Varsity Coach at A.I.DuPont High School, Megan became the first female head coach to win a state championship for girls soccer in 2011.
Megan began playing soccer at the age of 4. She played for travel soccer for Kirkwood Tigers and participated in DYSA’s ODP program. Megan attended Saint Mark’s High School where she played Varsity Soccer for 4 years. She was the lead captain on the 2000 State Championship Team. After playing High School Soccer, Megan went onto play at Goldey-Beacom College. She was the first female player to sign with Goldey-Beacom during their inaugural season in 2000.