Mika Elovarra is currently coaching with Richmond Kickers.
He is originally from Finland but played college soccer here in the United States. After finishing college, he returned home and played five seasons of professional soccer before retiring and starting his coaching career.
Our conversation focuses on the benefits of diversifying education. Mika is a fountain of knowledge when it comes to education. And I hope his perspective challenges you to think about the way you learn and teach.
You can connect with Mika on Twitter to learn more about him and the work he has done in soccer and other projects off of the field.
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