FIFA’s Appointed Joyce Cook To Resume Her New Role

Joyce Cook

FIFA’s Chief Social Responsibility and Education Officer Joyce Cook has announced that she will be assuming her new role as the Senior Advisor, working basically with FIFA on the conveyance of an autonomous safe sport entity.

Joyce Cook has filled in as FIFA’s very first Chief Social Responsibility and Education Officer since September 2019

In her new role, she will expand on a wide scope of accomplishments during her experience with the organization to date, including the underlying execution of the FIFA Forward Program, as well as driving FIFA’s human rights, safeguarding and climate action programmes.

Following a recognized career advocating equality, accessibility and inclusion in sports, Joyce Cook joined FIFA in November 2016, at first as Chief Member Associations Officer. In September 2019, she was delegated as FIFA’s very first Chief Social Responsibility and Education Officer.

Joyce Cook has been appointed to play her little part in FIFA’s reforms, working with talented, passionate and dedicated friends and colleagues across the organisation.

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“Taking the chance to reflect on FIFA’s achievements since 2016, I am proud of the significant steps we have taken to date to ensure that both children and adults at risk are safeguarded and protected from harassment and abuse across the game.

“A big thank you to all my teammates for their kindness, support and friendship, and to the FIFA President and Secretary General for their continued trust in me.” She said.

Joyce Cook will finish up her ongoing job at the Home of FIFA on 30 April 2022, before getting back to the United Kingdom to take up the senior advisory role to administer FIFA’s endeavors in laying out a independent, multi-sports, multi-agency international entity to investigate abuse cases in sport.

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