MIAMI (AP) CONCACAF has appointed former NBA executive Philippe Moggio as its general secretary.
The Confederation of North, Central America and Caribbean Association Football said Moggio will take his position June 13.
Moggio previously served as senior vice president and managing director of Latin America and the Caribbean for the NBA.
As CONCACAF general secretary, Moggio will be in charge of the organization’s daily business and operations. He succeeds Ted Howard, who has served in the role since last May.
CONCACAF has undergone changes in its governing structure since the sport’s global corruption scandal hit.