Empowerment Workshops



Finesse Soccer Empowerment Workshops are designed to demonstrate how kindness, mental toughness and bystander intervention make us better teammates and humans. These sessions are light-hearted and interactive, and are designed for specific ages as noted. Open to the soccer community! Led by Carrie Fry Robinson, Finesse Soccer Founder and Bailey Sosa Wilner, Finesse Soccer Empowerment Director.

For more information on this program, drop us an email or call Carrie (913) 777-9255. 


The Impact of Kindness and the Importance of Self-Love
Tuesday, September 20
Middle Schoolers (6th-8th)
6 – 7:15 pm
@ Meadowbrook Clubhouse


We will design a workshop for your team, club or organization. A variety of topics can be addressed, from the Impact of Kindness on a team to Mental Toughness and Anti-Bullying.

With our team’s unique background, we cater our workshops to what your group needs. Oftentimes, coaches or club directors bring us in as an outside mental health resource. We work with teams/clubs regardless if there’s a current personnel issue or not – our work is proactive, relevant and effective. 

For more information on this program, drop us an email or call Carrie (913) 777-9255. 


Carrie Fry Robison
Finesse Soccer Founder & Director

Carrie Fry Robinson played a key role in the women’s soccer revolution in Kansas City and continues to shape the future of the game as the founder of Finesse Soccer. Carrie was one of the best high school players in Kansas City history, leading Shawnee Mission East to two State Championships, setting a Kansas state record for goals in a season (36) and earning almost every honor possible during her time with the Lancers. She was heavily recruited and turned down the likes of Northwestern, Colorado and Tennessee to play at Indiana University, where she graduated with honors from the Kelley School of Business.

Since founding Finesse Soccer in 2010, her perspective on soccer has evolved. Her personal mission is to keep girls in the game, which drives her desire to provide positive, fun and empowering environments for players to thrive. This includes physical training in the form of camps and clinics, as well as the mental side of training in the form of empowerment discussions and mental health awareness.

High School, SM East

  • 4 year Varsity starter; 2 year Captain
  • Academic All-America
  • All-Metro Player of the Year
  • 2x 6A State Champ
  • State record for goals in a season; school record for goals in a season, goals in a career
  • 1st team All State, Metro, Conference

College, Indiana University

  • Academic & Athletic Scholarship
  • With honors, Kelley School of Business
Bailey Sosa Wilner 
Finesse Soccer Empowerment Program Director

Bailey Sosa Wilner is a former collegiate soccer player, passionate mental health advocate and Licensed Professional Counselor. After playing soccer and completing a bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Baker University, Bailey went on to earn a master’s degree in Mental Health Counseling from the University of Missouri Kansas City. In addition to serving as a Counselor at Johnson County Community College, Bailey provides mental health training for student athletes of all ages. Bailey has coached for Finesse Soccer Training Academy since 2018 and leads the Finesse Empowerment programming.

High School, Emporia High

  • 4 year Varsity starter
  • All State, League honors

College, Baker University

  • Academic & Athletic Scholarship
  • Team Captain
  • HAAC Champions
  • 2011 and 2012 National Tournament teams