The American Outlaws (AO), the largest unofficial supporters group of the U.S. national soccer teams, are excited to announce that Whitney Zaleski has been added to the AO National staff. Whitney will join our content & marketing team as we prepare to support the U.S. Men’s and Women’s National Teams in their next World Cup cycles.
“Whitney has been an invaluable member and chapter leader, providing support for past World Cup and Gold Cup events, as well as events such as our annual Footgolf Tournament,” said Justin Brunken, AO co-founder. “Whitney has put in countless hours of volunteer time to help grow our AO family.”
Whitney became involved with AO while residing in the Twin Cities, then served as AO Omaha Chapter president from 2013 to 2016. After moving to Lincoln, she continued her work to grow area chapters in a non-leadership role.
Now back in Omaha, she serves as chapter past president, advisor and active member in addition to her AO National duties.
“Whitney’s resourcefulness, planning and passion led AO Omaha through two World Cups — and the growth that came with them,” said Matt Anderson, AO content manager. “Those traits will help us expand our membership throughout the entire organization. We’re incredibly hyped to have her on the team.”
About the American Outlaws: The American Outlaws dedicates itself to organize passionate and enthusiastic support for our men’s, women’s and youth national soccer teams wherever and whenever they take the field. We commit to a welcoming, inclusive and accessible atmosphere for all at our games and events. We advocate for our members and the larger national team fanbase and hold accountable those who are responsible for the good of the game. We unite and strengthen through our network of local chapters to build community, host watch parties and other events and mobilize for charitable works.