As part of CONCACAF’s wide-ranging initiatives this week to commemorate International Women’s Day, the Confederation has an exclusive interview with the President of the Turks and Caicos Islands Football Association, and FIFA and CONCACAF Council member, Sonia Fulford.
Sonia Fulford is an experienced football administrator who, after several successful years as General Secretary for the Turks and Caicos Islands Football Association, was elected as its President in 2014. She has also been a member of the FIFA and CONCACAF Councils since 2013 and 2015, respectively. Prior to her career as a senior football administrator, she competed for her country in football and athletics.
As a federation president and a member of both the FIFA and CONCACAF Councils, President Fulford played a key role in supporting the development and delivery of the FIFA and CONCACAF financial governance reforms, and in the prioritization of CONCACAF’s football first agenda. Fulford’s insights, experience and leadership were critical in supporting the Confederation’s President, Victor Montagliani, in driving forward the development of the Confederation’s “CONCACAF W” women’s football strategy in 2019.
President Fulford spoke to CONCACAF Media about the growth of women’s football in the region, her role as a leader in global football and much more.