Jada is from Charlotte, North Carolina and has loved living and playing soccer in this great city ever since she was in elementary school. She spent most of her youth soccer years playing for the American Youth Soccer Organization (AYSO) before transferring to the Carolina Rapids. While at the club, Jada was able to play for Premier, Region 3, and ECNL teams which are some of the highest levels you can reach as a youth female soccer player. With a sincere love for the game, Jada chose to pursue the opportunity to play in college. Over the summer, she plays for the Women’s Premier Soccer League with the Charlotte Independence Soccer Club.
Jada attends Queens University of Charlotte and is studying Exercise and Sport Science with a minor in Spanish. A two-year starter on the Women’s Soccer team, she has also been awarded All-Conference honorable mention and the South Atlantic Conference Elite 20 award for the highest GPA in the conference.
Jada has always loved working with kids. With five years of tutoring, babysitting, and mentoring under her belt, she is so excited to take these skills that she has learned off the field and apply them to the game she loves. Jada’s goal as a coach is to cultivate a player’s love for the game by increasing their soccer knowledge, building character, and improving technical ability which will ultimately raise their performance to the next level.