Miami (Friday, October 25, 2013) -- The Confederation of North, Central American and Caribbean Association Football (CONCACAF) announced today the departure of Jill Fracisco from the organization after 20 years of service.
“CONCACAF thanks Ms. Fracisco for her contribution over her many years with the Confederation and wishes her the very best in her future endeavors,” said CONCACAF President Jeffrey Webb.
During her time with CONCACAF, Fracisco had a broad range of responsibilities, including planning for the CONCACAF Gold Cup in her role as Director of Competitions and Events, a position which she held for 16 years.
Later Fracisco took on the position of Deputy General Secretary working on a variety of vital tasks that positively impacted the administration.
“It has been a pleasure to serve over two decades developing and promoting soccer within the confederation, I am thankful for having the opportunity to have worked with some of the best athletes, administrators and referees in the world within our region," said Ms. Fracisco "I look forward to a new chapter in my life and the ability to continue to build the sport where and when needed.”