The FCA Executive Committee represent the many cohorts of coaching in Australian football, including A-League, W-League, National Teams, Youth Development, Academy Development, National Premier League (NPL) Clubs, Overseas-based coaches, Education and High Performance.
FCA Executive Director Profiles
Phil Moss, Football Coaching Australia, President
Heather Garriock, Football Coaching Australia, Vice-President
Ian Greener, Head Soccer Coach, Rowville Sports Academy
Sarah West, Coach and Committee Member, Navy Football Federation Australia
Gary Cole, Executive Manager Facilities & Advocacy, Football Victoria
Belinda Wilson, Womens Football Consultant, FIFA
Jamie Harnwell, Football West – Head of Development, Sorrento FC (NPLWA) – Head Coach
Karen Grega, Managing Director, KM Grega & Associates P/L
Brad Crismale, Chief Executive Officer, Matrium Technologies
Nick Rosamilia, Senior Manager, PWC
President, Football Coaches Australia
Former Central Coast Mariners boss, Phil was a long-term assistant to Graham Arnold at Central Coast Mariners and the Sky Blues.
Phil is a NAB Regional Customer Executive and is skilled in leadership, Management, & Public Speaking.
Phil has a demonstrated high performance history of working in the professional sport & media industries and is also a football analyst with Big Sports Breakfast, Fox Sports and Football Nation Radio.
Vice-President, Football Coaches Australia
Heather Garriock is Vice President of Football Coaches Australia.
She is also a member of the FFA Starting XI – eleven of the most experienced and learned minds in Australian football will come together to create a new Panel to discuss and debate the growth and development of Australian football.
An AFC Asian Cup winner, two-time Olympian and three-time FIFA Women’s World Cup player, Heather played 130 games for the Matildas, with only Lisa De Vanna and Cheryl Salisbury have played more games in green and gold.
Few have left their mark on the game quite like the tough-tackling, inspirational midfielder born in Campbelltown. Garriock, who enjoyed a decorated career in the United States, Denmark and Sweden as well as down under, retired from the game in 2014.
She continued to help pioneer the growth of football in Australia in her role as Head Coach for Westfield W-League Club, Canberra United, from 2017 to 2020.
Heather previously spent the three season’s coaching the Sydney University Women’s Football Team, fostering one of the top female football programs in the country while achieving enormous success in the NSW Women’s NPL 1.
Head Soccer Coach at Rowville Sports Academy
Newly elected FCA Executive Committee member Ian Greener is a professional football coach with the expertise to devise, develop and implement best practices, with over 20 years of experience working with State and National bodies within Australia.
He has been one of the key drivers behind Association of Football Coaches and Trainers which has now come under the FCA banner as FCA Victoria.
Ian is currently Head Coach of Rowville Sports (Soccer) Academy covering Year 7 through to 12, providing a technical, tactical, physical and social program to develop football and leadership skills.
Ian’s previous role was Head Coach of VIS with a role of identifying, training and preparing Victorian players for International football at U17, 20 , Olympic and Full Socceroo level
For 10 years Ian was Victorian Soccer Federation Technical Director (1995-2005) managing all aspects of player and coach development.
Coach and Committee Member, Navy Football Federation Australia
Newly elected Football Coaches Australia Executive Committee member, Sarah West, coaches in the ACT Women’s National Premier League for Woden Weston Football Club. She also holds a coaching role with Navy Football Federation Australia.
Overall, Sarah has been involved in the game of football for more than 25 years as a player, coach, committee member and fan. She is currently completing her FFA/AFC B Licence qualification.
Professionally, Sarah is a qualified journalist. She’s currently working as a military Public Affairs Officer at Royal Australian Navy Headquarters in Canberra. In this role she has led military photographers and videographers on ADF operations around the world. She was previously a journalist and radio newsreader for the ABC in Queensland
Executive Manager Facilities & Advocacy, Football Victoria
FCA ExCO member Gary Cole is a former Socceroo, a Heidelberg United FC great, and a football leader with a diverse background and extensive management experience in football at Melbourne Victory FC, Sydney FC and Football Victoria.
His leadership experience includes specialised strategic development and implementation, project management, marketing and operations in complex organisations.
Gary has a proven track record in football and other sporting organisations (Belgravia Leisure, Australian Sport Commission) delivering success through good governance; delivery of organisational processes and building high performance individuals and teams.
He has also coached , at the AIS with Dr Ron Smith, Assistant Socceroos Coach to Frank Arok and also coached in the National Soccer League and the Victorian Premier League.
Women’s Football Consultant, FIFA
FCA ExCo member Belinda is the Women’s Football Consultant at FIFA overseeing AFC and OFC whilst retaining her position, which she has held for 10 years, as FIFA Coach Instructor, conducting Women’s Coaching Courses throughout FIFA’s Member Associations.
Belinda’s stated goal is to help the game grow and players to reach their full potential by creating more access and opportunities to participate.
Belinda’s previous football leadership positions have been Guam Football Association Technical Director and Women’s National Head Coach (May 2017 – May 2019), Head Coach Brisbane Roar WWL.
Belinda’s other football leadership roles have included FIFA Women’s World Cup TSG Member 2007 & 2011, 2008 Olympic Games TSG Member Football AFC U16 and U19 Women’s Championships (2007 and 2017 respectively and AFC Women’s Asian Cup 2018 and AFC Women’s Football Development Officer (2006-2007) AFC Director Women’s Football 2007-08.
Head of Development at Football West and Head Coach at Sorrento FC (NPLWA)
Jamie Harnwell is currently Head of Development at Football West, Head Coach at Sorrento FC (NPLWA) and a commentator for Fox Sports. Jamie is Perth Glory’s record appearance holder of 256 games, won 2 Championships and captained the side for 2 seasons. He also played briefly for Leyton Orient and FC Vaduz.
Managing Director, KM Grega & Associates P/L
Karen Grega is Managing Director at KM Grega & Associates P/L and is an experienced Marketing and Management Consultant who assists with short and long term marketing projects in event and venue management, sponsorship, stakeholder management, community engagement and audience development.
Karen is currently a Board Member with Heartbeat of Football (HOF) is ( delete ‘is) and insert a comma , a not-for- profit organisation established in early 2016 by Andy Paschalidis. It aims to promote healthy hearts in sport via player education, the minimisation of health risks and the installation of defibrillators on all sporting fields around the country.
Karen was previously Chief Executive Officer of Cruising Yacht Club between the period 2016 -2019 and is a Member of the Venue Management Association and Australian Institute of Company Directors.
Chief Executive Officer, Matrium Technologies
Brad is an experienced Chief Executive Officer at Matrium Technologies with a demonstrated history of working in the telecommunications industry. He is skilled in Management, Strategic Partnerships, Sales & Account Management, Finance & Commercial matters.
Brad is a strong business development professional with a Bachelor of Business focused in Accounting and Marketing from University of Technology Sydney.
Brad has a passion for football and the equine industry.
He is a member of Chartered Accountants Australia & New Zealand (CAANZ) and Australian Institute of Company Directors (AICD).
Senior Manager, PWC
Nick is a strong business development professional with a Bachelor of Business focused in Professional Accountancy from RMIT University.
Nick is a member of the East Bentleigh Soccer Club and passionate about the development of football in Australia.