07 March 2011

Executive Committee

Written by Super User

The Executive Committee is a management committee empowered to make and implement major organizational decisions. The committee is made up of nine (9) persons.  Its members are elected officials from ERSFNA's General Assembly comprised of a President, Business Manager/Secretary, Treasurer, Media Relations/Publications Officer, two (2) Adult Soccer Commissioners, Youth Soccer Commissioner, and two (2) Basketball/Track & Field Commissioners. The current Executive Committee was elected in July 2010 during the Atlanta Tournament. Members of the committee are as follows:

Name

Position

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Yosief Mebrahtu

President/Chairman

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DaWit Teklai

Business Manager/Secretary

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Abraham Araya

Treasurer

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Tesfatsion Sereke

Media Relations/Publications Officer

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Aster Teklab

Youth Soccer Commissioner

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Adhanom Seged

Adults Soccer Co-commissioner/Technical Coordinator

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Vacant

Adults Soccer Co-commissioner

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Yonathan Berhane

Basketball/Track & Field Commissioner

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