Liverpool County Football Association are delighted to announce three new members of the board, who join us as Independent Non-Executive Directors, after a thorough recruitment process.
Liverpool FA CEO, Tony Smith, said: “These three roles are key new board positions for Liverpool FA, and we are excited for Laura, Jonathan and Katie to immerse within the business, and help develop our ongoing commitment to the Health and Wellbeing of our staff, our leagues and our clubs, our financial integrity and development into the future and continuing the incredible work we do within Inclusion and Equality. We look forward to welcoming them into the team”.
Jonathan Hardy – Independent Non-Executive Director, Finance
Jonathan Hardy joins Liverpool FA as our Independent Non-Executive Finance Director, with a wealth of experience as a chartered management accountant, within the Charity and Public Sector over the last 24 years. As well as being involved in local grassroots football for over a decade, Jonathan is a keen tennis player and a doting dad.
Jonathan said: “I am delighted to be taking up the role of Non-Executive Finance Director for the County, having seen the progress made in all aspects of grassroots football across the county in the past two years it is a great time to be joining the board. I am looking forward to working with the current members of the board to grow the game in Merseyside for all and to encourage the step change in the quality of facilities seen over recent years to continue.”
Laura Mohamed – Independent Non-Executive Director, Health and Wellbeing.
Laura brings an extensive background in occupational health, wellbeing, and mental health across the corporate sector. Laura will focus on advising the board on key Wellbeing and Health updates across the business.
Laura said: “I believe in the power of sport & football and am committed to making a positive impact in our community. When I'm not at work or in the gym, you can find me on the pitch to. I am excited about what the future holds with Liverpool FA, and I look forward to improving the wellbeing of all”
Katie Wynn-Jones - Independent Non-Executive Director, Inclusion and Equality
Katie brings a host of experience within Culture, Change and Inclusion, tackling culture, equality and inclusion issues in organisations and communities.
Katie said:, “I am thrilled to be a part of Liverpool FA and looking forward to the working with everyone in the New Year! I have experiences from a variety of sectors, and I hope that this will bring some new insights and perspective”
Katie’s passion for ensuring everyone has an opportunity to be actively involved and contribute to football, and indeed all sport, regardless of their background, ability, and socio-economic status will be an asset to Liverpool FA.