Chief Executive Officer - Steve Rosich
Steve has been Chief Executive Officer of the Club since July 2008, leading the Club through a significant period of strategic change on and off the field since his appointment. Before moving into the CEO’s role, Steve was General Manager of Commercial Operations at Fremantle for four-and-a-half years. Prior to joining Fremantle, Steve held the position of Business Operations Manager with the West Coast Eagles. Prior to that he was an Associate Director in the corporate advisory arm of international charted accounting firm Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu. Steve is a Chartered Accountant and has a Bachelor of Business degree from the University of Western Australia.
General Manager Football Operations - Chris Bond
A former Captain, Chris joined the Club in October 2007 as General Manager — List Development. He was responsible for the Club’s list development, managing and developing the Club’s football information and technology systems, player recruitment, and opposition analysis. In 2009, Chris was appointed GM Football Operations and oversaw major changes in the playing list as well as overseeing a new direction in coaching and player development, the introduction of a new player development academy and a remodelled recruiting structure. Chris played a total of 163 AFL games in his 10-year career, including 41 games for Fremantle. He moved into coaching in 2000 with the Western Bulldogs as an Assistant Coach as well as Coaching the Werribee Tigers in the VFL in 2001 and 2002.
General Manager Commercial Partners - Scott Gooch
Appointed head of the Club’s Commercial Partners division in 2009, Scott oversees the Sponsorship and Corporate Partners’ departments. Before joining Fremantle, he was the CEO of Perth Glory and prior to that spent several years in the marketing division of the West Coast Eagles as Corporate Sales Manager and Relationship Marketing Manager.
General Manager Human Resources - Nicole Horrocks
Formerly human resources manager at the Western Force, Nicole joined the club as human resources manager in January 2011. In 2016, as part of the club’s strategic focus on people and culture, Nicole was appointed to the club’s senior management team as general manager of human resources. Nicole has been involved as the chair of the Department of Sport and Recreation HR Industry Advisory Group which was developed in conjunction with the WA Sports Federation and has 18 years’ experience in a variety of HR roles in WA and the UK, in investment, health and sport industries. Nicole has a Bachelor of Science in Health Promotion from Curtin University, post graduate qualifications in Training and Development from ECU, is a Certified Professional Member (CAHRI) of the Australian Human Resources Institute and an Associate Fellow Member (AFAIM) of the Australian Institute of Management. Nicole has responsibility for the club’s strategic and operational human resources.
General Manager List Management - Brad Lloyd
Brad joined the club in February 2008 in the role of national recruiting manager, responsible for the club's National, Preseason and Rookie drafts. At the end of 2008, Brad was appointed to the senior management team as general manager player management. Brad’s core responsibilities are to oversee the club's total player payments and player contracting. He is also responsible for the national recruiting network and executing the club's drafting process. Brad played football at Hawthorn from 1997 to 1999 and was captain of VFL club Williamstown where he played from 2000 to 2006, including a premiership in 2003.
General Manager Media and Communications - Luke Morfesse | firstname.lastname@example.org
An award winning journalist, Luke joined the Club in 2008 after a 21-year career at The West Australian newspaper. During that time, he was the paper’s senior crime reporter for more than a decade, preceded by a three year stint as chief of The West’s Melbourne and Sydney bureaux. He was also a longtime editor of the paper’s highly popular Inside Cover column. Luke is responsible for communications/media management and public relations.
General Manager Strategic Projects - Brad Paatsch
Formerly the general manager of Coffey Sport and Leisure, a Melbourne-based sports management consultancy firm, Paatsch’s primary areas of responsibility at Fremantle will include progressing the club’s plans for a new training and administration facility and acting as the club’s representative on the Football Working Group for the new Perth Stadium on the Burswood Peninsula. Paatsch’s extensive experience in sports management has covered responsibility for the planning and delivery of new training and administration facilities for a range of AFL clubs, including St Kilda’s new facility at Seaford, Carlton (VISY Park), North Melbourne (Aegis Park), Melbourne (AAMI Park) and Geelong (Kardinia Park) as well as extensive experience with the planning and design of several stadia across Australia.
Chief Financial Officer - Graeme Parker
A Chartered Accountant with more than eight years experience in the corporate, assurance and advisory sector, Graeme was appointed Chief Financial Officer effective 1 November 2008, after previously holding the position of Financial Controller. Graeme’s primary responsibility is for finance and administration, information technology, corporate governance, risk management and Total Player Payments compliance.
General Manager Business Operations - David Pitts
David’s portfolio oversees the management of the membership services team, the two team stores and associated merchandise plus all of the club’s events, including match day operations. In addition David manages Fremantle’s Community Goals area. David has been with the Fremantle Football Club since 2003 and has undertaken positions such as Corporate Accounts Manager, Corporate Sales Manager and Corporate Hospitality Manager.