Brett Dickson

Director of Communications
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  • USSF National F, E, & D licenses (C in Fall 2020)
  • United Soccer Coaches Level 4; Goalkeeping Level 1 & 2
  • USSF Referee Grade 8 since 2018
  • Concussion in Sports Certification
  • SafeSport Certification
  • USYSA Risk Management Certification
  • The Ohio State University – BSBA, Management Information Systems
  • Xavier University – MBA, Leadership & Business Ethics

Work Experience

  • 2015-present – Director of Communications for Cincy SC
  • 2015-2018 – Owner & Managing Partner of Game On! Sports Complex
  • 2009 – 2015 – Consultant at TiER1 Performance Solutions, ResolvIt, and New Paradigm Business Solutions
    • Clients: GE, Consol Energy, Xcel Energy, Macy’s, Cintas, P&G, US Missile Defense Agency, DaVita, and more
    • Specialized in knowledge management, organization change management, information systems, learning, and performance improvement
  • 1997-2009 – Procter & Gamble Global Business Services
    • Section Manager, Information Systems
    • Cincinnati, Manila (Philippines), Newcastle (UK)

Soccer Coaching Experience

  • 10 years, U10-U12 Girls
  • Valencia C.F. competitive amateur men’s team
  • Ohio State Men’s Soccer Club – Captain, President
  • Various camps and clinics

Soccer Playing Experience

  • Internationally in England, Philippines, Costa Rica, and Guatemala
  • Cincinnati Soccer Club Men’s & Over-30
  • Valencia C.F. Men’s team, 9 years
  • Ohio State Soccer Club, 5 years (MVP, best midfielder)
  • Ohio State Varsity Soccer, 3 years (0 appearances)
  • Westerville South High School & various youth clubs

Why did you start Cincy SC?

I love coaching and helping players develop their love for the game and getting to still spend my evenings on the soccer field. When Russell was my Director of Coaching at Hammer, I loved his approach and how he always found ways to make things more fun and make me better as a coach. He and I shared a vision to create a club with a community feel, excellent communications, and a set of core values that would positively guide our coaches and families. It’s going to be epic.