Michael Squellati is a wealth management professional, an athlete, a philanthropist, and, most importantly, a father. He has a three year old son whom he raises, and he teaches him many of the lessons he learned on the field and in the classroom. Michael Squellati was a four-year scholarship athlete at the University of California at Santa Barbara. In addition to this distinct honor, he also was selected to the Olympic development team.
Before college and the Olympic development program, Michael Squellati achieved a degree of fame along with his teammates and coaches when his CYSA (California Youth Soccer Association) team won the United States National Championship. Their win was featured in USA Today and other publications. Although Michael no longer plays soccer competitively, he still participates in many athletic endeavors. He ran the New York Marathon and his relay team recently won the Jimmy Stewart Relay Marathon.
When he is not at work or at home with his son, Michael Squellati tries to give back when he can. He donates his time and money to a variety of organizations, including A Place Called Home. A Place Called Home is a safe haven for underprivileged youth in Los Angeles. Michael also pays forward his knowledge of soccer and coaches local AYSO soccer teams as well.