Quebecer Catherine Raîche was promoted to the Philadelphia Eagles, having been officially appointed, Thursday, vice-president of football operations.
Already in the organization of the Eagles for almost two years, Raîche until now carried the title of coordinator of football operations and personnel. This hybrid position was also created on his arrival with the Philadelphia club in July 2019, which allowed him to touch on several spheres, including recruitment, player development and contract management.
“In his new role, Raîche will be involved in all spheres of football operations and staff,” it was said on Thursday on the Eagles website, mentioning recruitment, contract management, player development. and personnel, as well as research.
Remember that Raîche took his first steps in professional football in the Canadian League, with the Montreal Alouettes and the Toronto Argonauts.
A law graduate from the University of Sherbrooke and admitted to the Quebec Bar, she worked for the Montreal law firm Gascon & Associés for three years before entering the world of football.