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Carmelina Moscato was a member of Team Canada’s historic bronze medal-winning soccer team in London 2012. She has participated in three FIFA Women’s World Cup teams (2003 and 2011 & 2015). She was the head coach of the U15 Canadian National Team that won silver at the 2016 U15 Concacaf Championships as well as an assistant with U20 National team in 2018 and 2020. She was also a Canadian Soccer REX Talent Manager from 2017-2018. Her professional playing career ended in 2016 in Australia where she played for Western Sydney Wanderers in the W-League. She’s also played professionally for clubs in Italy and Sweden. She was appointed as Technical Director for the Kleinburg Nobleton Soccer Club in Ontario, Canada for seven months in 2019, before she began working for Canadian Soccer Business as the Manager of Women’s Professional Football Development. She is currently the Director of Women’s Football and Coach Education for the Bahamas Football Association. She is an award-nominated Soccer Analyst for her work for TSN at the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup. She also acts as an instructor/facilitator for Concacaf and is a UEFA A License Coach