Harlow Town have announced Paul Wilson as their new vice-chairman.
The club say Wilson has been involved in the club for the last seven years, helping build an entire commercial department from scratch and assisting with bringing in sponsorship and funding to help support the first team.
Owner Tom Cunningham said: “Willo has worked for the football club for several years now and has become an integral part of the team. The news that Willo has agreed to take on the role of vice-chairman at the club follows an ongoing steady process of identifying a board that will bring the stability needed to achieve long-term success both on and off the pitch.
“I will remain on the board, with an active involvement.”
Paul Wilson said: “I am honoured to take on the role of vice-chairman at Harlow Town Football Club. Although there is a solid foundation in place, the club still has tremendous untapped commercial and football potential.
“My ambitions are to take the club forward on and off the field. We do things properly here, we have a great facility and we have great people.
“The only way is up!”