New York City native is currently the Manager of Public Relations for the North American Soccer League (NASL) and has been with the organization since 2013.
Prior to the NASL, he spent 10 years in the Communications Department of the Confederation of North, Central American Caribbean Association Football (CONCACAF). Six years as Media Manager and four as Director of Information Services, which the combined tenure looks to be longest consecutive years by anyone at the communications department in the 54-year history of the Confederation.
He also have the pleasure of being appointed as Media Officer for many FIFA events since 2005.
The events include:
FIFA World Cups – Germany 2006, South Africa 2010
FIFA Congresses – Bahamas 2009, South Africa 2010
FIFA U-20 World Cup – Egypt 2009, Colombia 2011
FIFA Club World Cups – Japan 2006, United Arab Emirates 2010
Olympic Games Football Tournaments – China 2008, London 2012
FIFA U-17 World Cups – Peru 2005, Korea Republic 2007
FIFA World Cup Qualifying Playoffs 2005 – Australia, Uruguay
Prior to CONCACAF, he spent nearly four years as PR Coordinator at the United States Soccer Federation in Chicago. Before that, he worked the Press Operations at the Madison Square Garden Venue during the 1998 Goodwill Games in New York City as well as the New York/New Jersey Venue of Giants Stadium at the FIFA World Cups in 1994 (Men) and 1999 (Women).