Director: Greg Wickerham
Phone Number: 610-223-7811
Greg Wickerham grew up outside of the Philadelphia area in the small rural town of Morgantown, PA. He was a 4 year varsity starter at Twin Valley High School and also at Widener University. Both of these schools set school records for wins and playoff appearances while he was there and captained both schools his junior and senior years.
After graduating college, Greg began a 15 year career in retail management in which he managed teams of 10 - 100+ employees for several different companies. When the last retail company he was working for sold, Greg did some soul searching and wanted to share his true passion of soccer with as many people as he could which led him to our HappyFeet team.
Greg loves to coach the little ones and challenges them to be brave every class by working on their soccer skills and encouraging them to be self-expressive. The amazing imaginations that the kiddo's express each week always bring a smile to his face and the excitement they have when it is HappyFeet time is what drives him to perfect his craft and share it with all our new coaches.
In his free time Greg enjoys spending time outdoors with his dog Axel exploring nature while going on long hikes or camping trips. He hopes to hike the Appalachian trail across a state or two in the upcoming years. Greg also still plays soccer in his spare time as he manages and plays for the Militia FC over 35 squad.
Phone Number: 610-905-8739
Kay Manning grew up in Easton, PA. Kay has played soccer competitively since she was 8 years old. She has played on several traveling teams, Enco, Nazareth Soccer Club, Perugia, Pre- Olympic Soccer team. At Easton High School, she was a 4 year varsity soccer starter. She played at Arcadia University her freshman year as well. Kay transferred to Temple University her sophomore year to pursue a career in Art at Tyler Art Institute and continued to hone her soccer skills on the Women’s intramural soccer leagues.
During college, Kay had the opportunity to spend her Junior Year abroad. She was stationed in Rome and she visited eight different countries during her semester there. England, Ireland, Italy, France, Germany, Hungary, France, Spain all valued soccer and made her realize it's more than just a sport. Truly an experience of a lifetime.
During her down time, Kay enjoys being outdoors or at the gym, riding her bike, traveling and drawing. Kay still enjoys to play soccer today.
With Kay’s extensive art background, she feels this allows her creative side to open up to the kids. She truly enjoys encouraging their imaginations to allow their soccer skills to develop to their fullest potential while having a blast. Kay believes one of the most rewarding aspects of HappyFeet is to witness the kids having fun while learning skills and gaining confidence that will stay with them a lifetime.