Woking have announced a new board member.
The National League club have today confirmed that Graeme Beveridge has been co-opted on to the board.
Beveridge joined the Cards as a volunteer back in October, taking care of HR activities for the club.
His addition follows that of John Katz last month, the US executive who was confirmed earlier this season as a prospective lead investor in the club alongside business partner Drew Volpe.
Rosemary Johnson, Chairman, said: “I am delighted that Graeme has been co-opted to the board of Woking Football Club. For some months, Graeme has been helping us out using his experience in HR, and he will be an invaluable asset to the club as we move forwards.”
Beveridge said: “It’s an honour to be co-opted on to the Woking Football Club board. I would like to help the club achieve its aim of reaching the Football League and I’ll be supporting Rosemary, John, the board, Dowse (manager Alan Dowson) and his team, and all the staff and volunteers to get us ready for that off the pitch.”