Jersey Football Association is delighted to announce the appointment of Bobby Dhadda and Andrew Moon to the Board of Directors.
Bobby takes on the role of Marketing Director and has extensive marketing and communications experience built through working for global organisations in both the UK & the Channel Islands. Her experience spans across a number of industries. She has led and delivered strategic marketing and communications focusing on driving both customer & employee engagement for leading global brands, across the brewing and financial services sectors.
Her current role is working in the public sector as a Head of Communications within the Government of Jersey. Through this role Bobby has led and delivered key initiatives aligned to support the Governments priorities and objectives.
Bobby is passionate about the role that the JFA play in supporting young people. She is a mum of two with her oldest being a keen football player and a qualified referee.
Andrew Moon comes in as Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) Director. He is currently Assistant Headteacher and EDI Lead at St George’s Prep School. He has lived in the island for eight years being involved in Jersey football as a participant at St John’s FC and St Peter’s FC. He has also been a coach, first team manager and actively involved within primary school football. In the UK he held numerous sports development roles and coached academy football at Port Vale FC.
Andrew aims to use his knowledge and experience from all his roles to embed EDI across all areas of the organisation, and to ensure that football remains the most inclusive sport in Jersey.
Jimmy Kelly, Chair of Jersey FA Board of Directors, said: "I’m delighted that we have been able to appoint two Directors of the calibre of Bobby and Andrew to our Board. Bobby is a highly experienced marketeer with knowledge and expertise gained in a variety of industries and sectors both in Jersey and the UK. She will be a huge asset to the JFA.
"As an education professional, Andrew’s knowledge and expertise in diversity and inclusion, as well as safeguarding, will be invaluable to the JFA. It’s testimony to the increased professionalism of the JFA that we can attract NEDs of the quality of Bobby and Andy. I can’t wait to work with them and learn from them both."