Most of the senior management has changed in the last 24 months.
Raina took on additional roles in human resources and oversaw the move out of (and back into) Soccer House during the pandemic. Work-place changes in the aftermath of scathing reviews about the work environment at U.S. Soccer were introduced, and an internal Diversity Council was created in response to the issues raised after the death of George Floyd.
“Pinky’s extensive business experience in driving positive change without sacrificing the principles and values of our organization makes her the natural choice to lead our finance and operations,” said U.S. Soccer CEO Will Wilson. “Pinky’s collaborative and systematic problem-solving approach will serve the organization incredibly well as we look to the future.”