Andrew So
Executive Director

Mario Biancamano
Director of Operations
Caitie Adams
Development Manager

Joshua Guerra
Communications and Development Associate

Lillian Martinez
Office Coordinator

Education and Social Services

Bridget Mahon
SBU Academy Program Director

Andrew Hanson
Education Director
Jessica Marroquin
Director of College Placement and Alumni

Rob Boatti
Alumni Coordinator

Sara Gomez
Immigration Services Program Manager

Goldie Greenwald
Social Services Program Manager

Coe Walker
Volunteer Coordinator

Soccer Staff

Andy Jenkins
Director of Soccer Programs

Jorge Guiracocha
Community Soccer Programs Coordinator
Jose Lacayo
Recreational Program Coordinator

Sara Gomez
Global Youth League Coordinator
George Nantwi
SBU Academy Honorary Coach

Sam Kellogg
AmeriCorps Coach-Mentor

Andrew So Executive Director and Co-Founder
South Bronx United merges Andrew's passions for soccer, education, and community development. He co-founded South Bronx United in 2009 with his wife Steph while teaching mathematics and special education at New Day Academy, a public secondary school in the Morrisania neighborhood of the Bronx. He has also served as a math instructional coach in New York City public schools and worked with Bronx youth in the other capacities from a camp counselor to athletic coach to special education administrator. Andrew holds a “D” coaching license from the United States Soccer Federation and coached South Bronx United travel soccer teams until 2014. He received his Bachelor’s of Science from Stanford University and earned a Masters of Science in Education from the Bank Street College of Education in New York. He is an alumnus of the We Are The Bronx Fellowship, a partnership between the Jewish Community Relations Council's Cause-NY, Hostos Community College, and the Bronx Borough President's Office. He is a former trustee of the Cosmopolitan Junior Soccer League and chair of the Bronx Nonprofit Coalition.

Mario Biancamano Director of Operations
Mario joined South Bronx United full-time in 2016, after volunteering as a coach in the Recreational Program. He has served as Center Director at Score, an after school educational center in Queens, and lived abroad to run a modeling agency, Trinity Talent Qatar. Mario earned a B.A. from Northwestern University in Economics and International Studies. He also holds a US Soccer Federation ‘E’ License.

Bridget Mahon SBU Academy Program Director
Bridget joined South Bronx United in 2015 as a Youth Development Counselor. Bridget earned a B.S. from the George Washington University, where she played Division I soccer as a goalkeeper. She went on to earn a Masters degree in Mental Health Counseling at Boston University, with a specialization in Sport Psychology. Prior to South Bronx United, she served as a Clinical Liaison at Youth Villages Germaine Lawrence in Arlington, MA, and as a Staff Therapist at the South Bay Mental Health Center in Malden, MA.

Jessica Marroquin Director of College Guidance and Alumni
Jessica previously worked as a College Readiness Program Coordinator at Middle Earth, a youth services organization in New Jersey. In working with SBU youth, she has been able to draw on her personal background having immigrated with her family from El Salvador. She holds a B.A. from Thomas Edison State University in Social Sciences.

Andrew Hanson Education Director
Andrew joined South Bronx United in 2018 as the Assistant Director of Education Programs but had previously volunteered as a coach in the Recreational Soccer Program and SBU Academy. Originally from São Paulo, Brazil, soccer is in his blood. Andrew served as a Peace Corps volunteer in the Dominican Republic, where he used sports as a vehicle for a more holistic approach to youth development. He has also taught at Cristo Rey Jesuit High School in Chicago, Illinois and coached the boys junior varsity soccer team. He holds a US Soccer Federation 'D' Coaching License. Andrew holds a Masters of Arts in Spirituality from Fordham University and earned Bachelor's Degrees in Psychology and Organizational Communications from Creighton University, where he also played club soccer and managed the Men’s Soccer Division I team.

Caitie Adams Development Manager
Caitie began volunteering with South Bronx United as a College Prep Mentor in Fall 2016. Before joining the staff as the organization's full time Development Manager, Caitie worked in the Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health managing various projects and research initiatives. In Cleveland, Caitie served as a Development Associate for a diversity and cultural competence training organization. She lives in Washington Heights, is learning Spanish and is an avid runner. Caitie has an M.A. in Sociology and a B.A. in Environmental Studies, both from Cleveland State University.

Goldie Greenwald Social Services Program Manager
Goldie joined South Bronx United in 2019 as a Youth Development Social Worker. Goldie earned her BSW from the University of Texas at Austin. After graduation, she completed a Joint Distribution Committee Fellowship in Jerusalem working on national disability inclusion programs. She went on to receive her MSW at Columbia University with a focus on international social welfare and services to immigrants and refugees. During her program, she worked mostly with teens from the northern triangle at Lutheran Social Services of NY's Immigration Legal Program. Prior to SBU, she received the I-House Youth Unemployment Fellowship grant to create a dance instructor training program for Asylees/UACs/Refugee youth. Goldie is passionate about the intersection of youth empowerment, immigrant justice, and movement practices. She is currently pursuing her LMSW and alt-route Dance Movement Therapy License through The 92Y Harkness Dance Center.

Andy Jenkins Director of Soccer Programs
Andy joined the SBU team in August 2017 after receiving his BSc in Business Management from Queen’s University in his native home, Belfast, Northern Ireland. Football has always been an integral part of Andy’s life from playing to watching to coaching. Andy started his coaching career with Glentoran Football Club and today holds a UEFA B Coaching License. His first venture into US Soccer came in 2014 when he worked for Global Premier Soccer as a Head Coach and Head of Player Development for Wellesley United Soccer. In Spring 2017, Andy was a Head Coach and Regional Manager for Liverpool FC NJ. As SBU’s Director of Soccer Programs, Andy oversees all on-field programs, providing support and guidance to our Recreational and Travel coaches.

Coe Walker Volunteer Coordinator

Jorge Guiracocha Community Soccer Coordinator
Jorge joined South Bronx United in the summer of 2018, right after earning his B.A. in Philosophy from New York University. Jorge was first introduced to coaching during his freshman year of college, where he volunteered as an assistant coach for City in the Community (CITC), which is supported by New York City FC. Later he was promoted to head coach and worked with various age groups developing his coaching skills. As a Bronx native he understands the adversities striking this community and hopes to make an impact with sport. As Community Soccer Coordinator, he will combine his knowledge of the Bronx and soccer to help grow the Recreational Soccer Program and SBU Community Schools program.

Sam Kellogg AmeriCorps Coach-Mentor
Sam joins South Bronx United through the AmeriCorps Up2Us Coaches program for the 2018/19 season. Sam started his coaching career as a recreational coach in the Westchester county area. He also has previous and current experience coaching for the New York Red Bulls youth programs. He currently holds a USSF Grassroots License and has obtained a B.A in Psychology from SUNY Purchase.

George Nantwi SBU Academy Honorary Coach
George joined South Bronx United in 2009 as a travel soccer coach. While coaching SBU 98 boys team, he also assists with coordination of the Travel Soccer Program. He is a graduate of Saint Peter’s College in Jersey City, New Jersey, where he majored in political science. He works as a researcher at the EdLab at Columbia University Teacher’s College currently focusing on Understanding Fiscal Responsibility, a multi million dollar grant aimed at teaching the federal budget, national debt and deficit to junior and high school students.