The Concacaf Council appointed Philippe Moggio as General Secretary in June 2016. In his role as General Secretary, Moggio acts as the chief executive officer of the Confederation, leading its daily business and operations.
Moggio is charged with executing President Victor Montagliani’s One Concacaf strategic plan to further position the Confederation as a leading sports organization, while serving the needs of its 41 Member Associations. Moreover, he is focused on driving and growing Concacaf’s business, while achieving the Confederation’s mission to develop the game throughout the region.
Moggio brings to his role an extensive background and lifelong passion for sports. Prior to his appointment, Moggio was Senior Vice President of Latin America for the National Basketball Association (NBA), managing the expansion of its business and the development of basketball initiatives throughout Latin America and the Caribbean. He directed all of the NBA's efforts in the region across marketing partnerships, events, television, digital media and licensed merchandise.
In addition to his vast knowledge of the sports industry, Moggio worked for 10 years in investment banking, covering the media, telecom, and technology industries in both the U.S. and Latin America, spending five years each at Banc of America Securities and ABN AMRO/ING Barings.
An athletic standout, Moggio was a professional tennis player from 1995-1998 and represented Colombia in multiple Davis Cup tournaments, the most prestigious team competition in men's tennis.
Moggio, a dual citizen from France and Colombia, is a graduate of Duke University and the University of Western Sydney.