Ronna Lee Galumalemana is the new CEO at Football Federation Samoa.
She replaces acting CEO Pelenatete Taei and will officially start her role on February 19, 2024, at the conclusion of the OFC Women’s Olympic Qualifier tournament which will be hosted in Samoa.
“Galumalemana is vastly experienced in administration, training and development, management, media and marketing and has a strong business and entrepreneurial background, and a passion for seeking opportunities for grassroots and community engagement.” The F.F.S said in a statement.
She holds a Master’s degree of Education in Sustainable Development, and she has worked in Japan, New Zealand, and Samoa.
“As CEO, she will lead a team to ensure the success of F.F.S.’s strategic plan and continue the growth and sound administration of the federation through the delivery of its strategic objectives.
“The appointment represents an exciting and significant step forward for the FFS’s vision: ‘To be a well governed, structured and credible Member Association that effectively and efficiently delivers football for all, through youth development, health and well-being, communities, family support, ongoing education and partnerships’.”