The Trinidad and Tobago Football Association has a new General Secretary. The appointment of Camara Mackenson David was approved by the Board of the TTFA on Monday evening which will see the position filled by David as he replaces the outgoing Justin Latapy.
David will officially commence duties at the beginning of March following the close of Latapy’s tenure at the end of February.
In a reaction to his appointment, David said he was excited to be part of the FA’s thrust to continue taking Trinidad and Tobago’s football forward.
“I am thankful for the faith the President and the Board of the TTFA has put in me and I am very optimistic about the challenges ahead with God’s guidance,” David stated today.
“The association is slowly but surely finding its feet on solid ground and I’m excited to be part of the change. Bringing back the public’s trust in the association and their love for the game is key and part of the major objectives I intend to achieve,” he continued.
The 28-year-old David is a former general secretary at the TT Super League, a former director of the inaugural Trinidad and Tobago Women’s Pro League as a was a past business analyst in the Sportt Company . David also holds a FIFA Masters Degree in Management, Law and Humanities of Sport. He is currently an adjunct lecturer at UWI for the FIFA/CIES Post Graduate Diploma in Sport Management.
The TTFA wishes to thank Mr Latapy for his services to the organization and sincerely wishes him the best in his future endeavors.