Here are the main members of our staff. We work with other experienced childhood coaches and educators as needed.



Originally from Ottawa, Julien participated in the Super Y League (Ottawa Fury) and was a member of the US Region 1 championship team in 2005 before attending Drake University on a scholarship. While at Drake, Julien has appeared in 50 consecutive games in his second year, junior and senior. He was an NSCAA team player for all regions in 2009, a All-Missouri Valley Conference first team player for two consecutive seasons, and a multi-week recipient of the week’s MVC brine player.

Julien was a 2010 Adidas / MLS Player Combine participant and was tried with the Canadian U23 Olympic team. He was a member of the Capital City Football Club, a finalist in the 2011 Canadian Soccer League. As a member of Guyana’s national football team, Julien won 9 selections against strong CONCACAF teams such as Jamaica and Panama during the 2014 FIFA World Cup qualifiers.

Julien has extensive coaching experience. He has coached boys and girls of all ages in Canada and the United States. He was recently appointed assistant coach of the U11 regional women’s program in the Outaouais region as well as head coach of the Gee-Gees, the University of Ottawa men’s soccer team. Julien continues to play semi-professional soccer with FC Gatineau, a member of the Premier Soccer League of Quebec.

Julien is a primary school teacher at the French Catholic School Board. He obtained a diploma in international business and management from Drake University in 2010 and a bachelor of education from the University of Ottawa in 2013.



Quinn is currently completing her Bachelor of Social Work degree at Carleton University.

In 2014, Quinn completed a three-year early childhood care and education program offered by the Gatineau Heritage College. She has extensive experience working as a school-age educator with young children, acquired in several schools and daycares in Ottawa and Gatineau.