23 January 2017
MOYA DODD attracted a sell-out audience at Women in Football's latest event.
Moya, a former FIFA executive who served on the game's most powerful committee for three years until last year, took time out from her busy schedule to give members an insight into her career.
In a wide-ranging and inspiring talk she shared her experience of being one of the first women in a senior role at FIFA as well as speaking about the importance of diversity in football and the boardroom.
Moya, a former player with the Australian women's team, also gave practical advice to females working in football at all levels of the game.
The evening was kindly hosted by Fulham FC at Craven Cottage and charied by Women in Football board director Jacqui Oatley MBE
“Entertaining, humble and inspiring evening with @moyadodd and @WomeninFootball Aussie girl made good! FIFA a better place because of you." Sally Horrox
“Inspired by @moyadodd to ensure diversity is included at every level of football @WomeninFootball” Joanna Deagle
“One of most interesting talks I’ve ever been to. Amazing insight into FIFA and women’s football with @moyadodd @WomeninFootball at @FulhamFC” Suzy Wrack
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