Welcoming Kamila Vokoun Hájková to FAI and saying goodbye to Ségolène Rouillon
In the next few weeks, the FAI Secretariat in Lausanne will see the arrival of Kamila Vokoun Hájková and the departure of Ségolène Rouillon.
ARRIVAL: KAMILA VOKOUN HAJKOVA
We are very pleased to announce that Kamila Vokoun Hájková will be joining us at the FAI Secretariat on 2 August 2022.
As the Members & Commissions Relations Manager, Kamila will be responsible for assisting all FAI Members and Commissions in administrative and logistics matters, such as meetings, documents, awards, and the organisation of the General Conference.
She will also hold the position of Anti-Doping Manager, being well versed in anti-doping procedures thanks to her previous position at an international sports federation.
Kamila is a Czech citizen but has been living in the Lausanne area for several years. She is a former elite ice-skating Olympian with over eight years of experience in sports and project management. As an alumnus of AISTS (International Academy of Sport Science and Technology, Lausanne), an active athlete, coach and technical judge for figure skating, she understands the intricacies of the sports world.
She is fluent in English and German, with Czech as a native language, as well as having an intermediate knowledge of French and basic knowledge of Russian. She will work full time at the FAI Secretariat.
How to contact her:
- Commission meetings, logistics, documents: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Members matters, General Conference, Awards: email@example.com
- Anti-Doping: firstname.lastname@example.org
DEPARTURE: SEGOLENE ROUILLON
Much to our regret, we will say goodbye to Head of Administration, Members and Services Manager, Anti-Doping Manager Ségolène Rouillon on Friday 8 July.
After 12 years of service with the FAI Secretariat, Ségolène has decided to leave the Federation to pursue her career as an Office Manager in a company in Lausanne. We take this opportunity to thank her warmly for her dedicated work at the Federation during all these years and to wish her all the best for her future.
FAI Secretary General Markus Haggeney said: “We are sad to see Ségolène leave after so many years at FAI. She’s been an excellent co-worker and team member and has brought such a lot to the Federation. She will be sorely missed!”