FA looking for Council members to represent BAME communities
The Football Association is seeking to appoint two independent members of The FA Council with the remit to represent BAME football communities.
The FA is seeking 11 new members of the FA council to ensure that it better reflects the inclusive and diverse nature of English football; in particular the Inclusion Advisory Board is seeking two candidates to represent BAME football communities.
The selected candidates will be able:
- To debate issues, reflecting the views of the BAME community, whilst acting in the best interests of The FA
- To accurately and positively disseminate information from Council to your constituents, in this case the Inclusion Advisory Board (having regard to any confidential information which is provided to you)
- To act in an ambassadorial role at local, regional, national and international events and in accordance with The FA’s Code of Conduct.
- To attend meetings of Council and other committees, sub-committees and working groups on which you serve
- To participate constructively in and positively promote the good governance of The FA
- To provide relevant expertise, skill and knowledge
- To contribute to debate and the decision-making process in order to resolve issues and further develop the game