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About Brent Coralli
As the CEO of Dallas-based Sting Soccer club and VOLA athletic apparel, Brent Coralli is responsible for “putting the right people with the right systems in the right place” to ensure these enterprises continue their trajectories of success. He does by encouraging his coaches, staff and the young women who join the Sting Soccer club to meet their fullest potential.
In addition to being married and the father to three athletic children, Brent enjoys speaking to families and professional organizations about the benefits of sports in the development of young lives.
“One of the main reasons I got involved with Sting is because I wanted young girls to understand that you must believe in and love yourself; that it is okay to be strong and not have to rely on men,” Brent said. “As the father of two daughters (and a son) it was important that my daughters’ embrace that they can do anything they want to if they set their mind to it.
“At Sting we believe in The Education of Life Through Soccer and teach our girls the importance of Pride, Tradition, Character, Commitment and Leadership. These attributes can be seen on and off the field.”
Brent Coralli is an entrepreneur who believes it’s possible to do well and do good. He tries to prove this each day as he builds on his passion – youth sports.
Some of Brent’s Favorite Blogs:
- Sting CEO Brent Coralli Talks Being Bossy on KTVT-TV – … We don’t have time for name calling or labels. Honestly, we really don’t put much thought to it. I’m very proud and humbled to say our girls do the right thing on and off the field and have the confidence and self-awareness within themselves to embrace and love who they are – – we know we cannot control what others say or do toward us.
- Brent Coralli On Commitment and Leadership – … Being a member of the Sting Soccer club is not easy and to some degree we planned it that way. It’s physically and emotionally challenging. There are two practices each week and games each week. There’s travel involved and community service. This doesn’t leave a lot of time for anything else – especially anything that’s a waste of time.
- Brent Coralli on Passing the Torch – …“We want to encourage these naturally competitive and gifted young women to apply some of their energy and talents towards helping those who might not have their advantages or drive,” said Coralli. “We have seen how this makes them better athletes and people. When our young athletes build character, they will never lose. They may not win every game, but they will never be losers.”
- On a Mission – …“The concept of ‘Education Through Soccer’ is something that has proven to be extremely important to our staff, the young women who play for our club and their parents,” said Brent. “Life after soccer means getting a good education and a fulfilling profession. Colleges and employers seek former athletes because they possess the skills companies want – teamwork, analytical thinking, competitiveness and drive.”
- Brent Coralli On When Parents Go Over The Line – … “We want our players and our parents to have a constant reminder as to why we are on the field and what is truly important,” Brent said. “At the end of the day, we spend so much time preparing our girls to become conscientious, positive members of society, the least we can do – whether as a parent or coach – is act the same way.”
- Brent Coralli Introduces a Determined Young Woman – … It was just a regular day in 2012 when Brittany Swank felt a small lump in her neck. She didn’t think too much about it until a doctor told the 24-year old she had Hodgkin’s Lymphoma. This cancer of the lymphatic system causes cells to grow abnormally and may spread beyond the lymphatic system. As Hodgkin’s lymphoma progresses, it compromises your body’s ability to fight infection. This disease can be fatal.