Head of Women’s Football – CONCACAF

Karina LeBlanc

Karina LeBlanc is Head of Concacaf Women’s Football since August 2018. The former Canadian international leads the Confederation’s efforts to strengthen and grow the women’s game throughout the Concacaf region. Born to Jamaican and Dominican parents and raised in the Caribbean island of Dominica, her family then moved to Canada where Karina learned to play football. LeBlanc is a retired football player and a FIFA Legend. Throughout her career, she represented Canada for almost 18 years participating in five FIFA World Cups, two Olympics and three Pan-American Games. She was a member of the bronze medal winning team at the London Olympics in 2012.