Country: Cayman Islands
Date of Birth: September 24, 1964
Profession: Bank executive
Status on other committees:
Alfredo Hawit Banegas
Date of Birth: October 8, 1951
Profession: Professor in Judicial and Social Sciences
Status on other committees: Member, FIFA Disciplinary Committee; Member, FIFA Stategic Committee.
Date of Birth: July 30, 1940
Profession: Business Administration
Languages: Spanish, English
Status on other committees: Member, Organizing Committee for the FIFA World Cup; member, Committee for the FIFA Club World Cup.
Capt. Horace Burrell
Date of Birth: February 8, 1950
Status on other committees:
Date of Birth: January 8, 1959
Languages: English, Spanish
Status on other committees: Member, FIFA Ethics Committee.
Country: United States
Date of Birth: July 30, 1959
Profession: Football Executive
Languages: English, Spanish
Status on other committees: Member, FIFA Task Force Football 2014; member, Independent Governance Committee.
Date of Birth: March 12, 1945
Status on other committees: Member, FIFA Emergency Committee; member, FIFA Finance Committee; deputy chairman, FIFA Legal Committee; chairman, Organizing Committee for the FIFA U-17 World Cup; member, Organizing Committee for the FIFA World Cup.
The Executive Committee, it's membership, functions and authority
The Executive Committee shall consist of seven members as follows: one chairman, three Vice Presidents and three members. Each of geographical zones forming CONCACAF, i.e., North, Central American and the Caribbean, will be represented by one Vice President and one member each.
The Executive Committee shall be elected by an Ordinary Congress for a period of four years, but if at the end of such period the Congress cannot meet due to unforeseen circumstances or force majeure, the members of the Executive Committee shall continue in office until the new Congress is held.
The Associations belonging to each one of CONCACAF's geographical Zones are entitled to present to the Congress candidates for the positions of Vice President and Member, to be elected as representatives of each Zone by the Members of the particular Zone.
The presentation shall be made in writing to the General Secretariat sixty (60) days in advance of the date of the Congress. The General Secretariat shall inform all Associations of the names of the candidates running for office by means of registered mail at least forty (40) days before the Opening of the Congress. All candidates so presented must be a citizen of one of the countries within the particular Zone. If no nomination is presented within the period stated, then nomination may be taken from the floor on the day of the Congress.
If in any one Zone only one candidate is nominated, such candidate automatically will occupy the position to which he was proposed. If more than one, the Congress will select among the candidates for the respective area.
The Executive Committee shall change half of its members every two years. One half will be composed by the Vice President for Central America, a Member for the Caribbean and a Member for North America; and as the other half, the President, the Vice President for North America, the Member for Central America, and the Vice President for the Caribbean.
The members of the Executive Committee are subject to reelection, but the election of two or more members belonging to the same National Association is not permitted. The paid officials of CONCACAF are not eligible for election to the Executive Committee.
The functions of the Executive Committee are:
1. To observe and see to it that all Statutes and Regulations of CONCACAF, the resolutions adopted by the Congresses and those emanating from the Committee itself are carried out, as stated in Article 8 of FIFA's Statutes;
2. To administer CONCACAF;
3. To appoint the General Secretary and members of the commissions;
4. To propose to the Congress the Honorary Members of CONCACAF;
5. To present a written report of its activities to the Ordinary Congress and to submit for consideration the Annual Income and Expense Budget;
6. To propose to the Extraordinary Congress reforms to the Statutes and Regulations;
7. To publish and distribute the resolutions adopted by the Congress;
8. To decide the summoning of Ordinary or Extraordinary Congresses in accordance with the provisions hereof, and to issue respective agendas;
9. To designate the seat of the Extraordinary Congress in accordance with Article 11 hereof;
10. To resolve conflicts arising among affiliated associations, in those cases where such interventions are requested by the parties, with their previous consent to subject themselves to CONCACAF's jurisdiction and to abide by its resolutions;
11. To designate the venue for CONCACAF official championships, indicating dates;
12. To determine CONCACAF's financial fees and annual affiliation fees, as well as fees or percentages of participation for each competence;
13. To submit applicant affiliations for consideration of Congress;
14. To suspend member Associations for non-compliance with, or violation of regulations or statute provisions and for lack of payment of their financial obligations;
15. To suspend the members of the Executive Committee or other authorities of member Associations for violation of FIFA's or CONCACAF's regulations or statute provisions;
16. To approve Regulations for Championships or Tournaments realized between the members of CONCACAF in accordance with Section 3., Article 3., of these Statutes;
17. To inform the Congress of all resolutions made by the Executive Committee in those cases not provided for in these Statutes or Regulations;
18. To see that harmony is maintained among the members of CONCACAF who by any cause may have entered into conflicts;
19. To set forth conditions required to grant the venue of the different CONCACAF Tournaments, according to the respective Regulations and, in addition, set forth the percentages for each Tournament;
20. Except for what has been provided for in Article 43 of these Statutes, elect the member who should occupy the position of Vice President at FIFA's Executive Committee; and designate alternates for cases provided for in Article 44. of these statutes;
21. To establish per diem rates for the members of the Executive Committee, FIFA Representatives, members of the Commissions and personnel of the General Secretariat, when necessary;
22. To delegate at the President and at the members designated by him, the functions which may be necessary for the success of the different competitions;
23. To comply with the provisions of Article 8. of FIFA's Statutes;
24. To promote competitions between teams representing National Associations or their Clubs with similar of other continental Confederations;
25. try to obtain resources and use them for the promotion and development of football in CONCACAF.