182. Kay Rawlins: Pivoting, Pursuing Passion, and Owning a Major League Soccer Team
In today's episode, you'll hear from Kay Rawlins, founder and owner of the Orlando City Soccer Club. Kay shares her path of getting two college degrees at age 31, moving from England to America, the challenges she faced to start the soccer club in Austin, TX and her ultimate move to Orlando. You'll learn how she built a raving fan base for the Orlando City Soccer Club and how her team used grassroot marketing techniques to create a vision the community rallies around. Kay shares how she uses the platform she has built to champion women, inclusivity and diversity in the Orlando City Soccer Club and the Orlando community.
Kay Rawlins is a Founder and owner of Orlando City Soccer Club and serves as the Senior VP of Community Relations and President of the Foundation. Kay heads up the Orlando City Foundation and is a board member for the Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Florida, Cannonball Kids cancer, Central Florida Foundation, 4 Rivers Foundation, Florida Sports Foundation and the Commission on Homelessness. Kay was awarded 2016 Businesswoman of the Year by the Orlando Business Journal and gave a talk at TEDx Orlando 2017.
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