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Joe Cummings


Joe Cummings was the President and General Manager of the Boston Breakers before becoming the CEO and Executive Director of the NSCAA, and then later association’s President in 2004. He was the assistant General Manager of the New England Revolution from 1996-1999 and later their Technical Director from 2004-2005. Cummings began his career in coaching by creating the Northborough Youth Soccer Association, and later coaching at the Algonquin Regional High School. Eventually, he was awarded the New England Regional Coach of the Year in 1983. In that same year he started as the men's coach at the College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, where he set a new school record of 10 wins in his second season. Cummings was also well known for his administrative abilities, which were evident during his time as the Director of Operations for the Birmingham venue of the 1996 Olympics, as well as the 1999 Women’s World Cup, and Venue manager for the Boston and Philadelphia venues of the 2003 Women’s World Cup. He would later become the Executive Director of the Amesbury Sports Park/New England Soccer School/Sports Turf International, and the COO of Women’s Professional Soccer. Joe earned his Bachelor’s degree in Sociology from Providence College and achieved his Master’s in education from Springfield college.