Caroline McRoyall Appointed CEO Of Surrey County FA
Fri 23rd May 2014 | Football Governance
The Surrey County Football Association has named Caroline McRoyall as the new Chief Executive Officer of the organisation.
Caroline had been acting in the role since December 2013, and has now been installed permanently in the position with immediate effect following a thorough and exhaustive recruitment process.
Caroline joined the Surrey FA in October 2007 as County Development Manager, following working at the London FA and previous to that at the London Borough of Merton.
She also had a spell of four years with the County FA in a voluntary capacity as the County Coaching Representative for Women’s Football between 1998 and 2002 prior to The FA’s investment in Football Development Officers.
“I am delighted and excited to be leading the Association at a very exciting time for grassroots football in Surrey,” commented Caroline.
“With the recent change in our staffing structure at the County we will be in better position to offer more support to the grassroots game and by working in partnership with our clubs and leagues we can increase the numbers of players, coaches, referees and volunteers involved in all formats of football.”
Les Pharo, Chairman of the Surrey FA, added: “Caroline was the outstanding candidate for the role given her background in sports development and knowledge of the game and myself along with the rest of the Board are looking forward to developing football in Surrey with her at the helm.”
Posted by: Aaron Gourley
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