Marco Mosso, the ISMF’s Vice-President Marketing & Communication has been appointed First Vice-President of the federation by Thomas Kähr, the President of the ISMF in coordination with the Bureau, with immediate effect. Mosso will act as the official deputy of the ISMF President to fulfil his statutory tasks in his absence as well as to represent the ISMF externally in defined projects, such as to support the Olympic application process.
Marco Mosso has joined the ISMF in 2012 as Council Representative from Member Association (Italy), becoming Vice-President in 2015 during the Plenary Assembly in Bratislava, assuming now the role of most senior of the ISMF’s Bureau members. He is the person in charge of all ISMF public communications related to institutional matters, taking care of the spreading of information of various kinds. Furthermore, he usually collaborates with the office in order to draft newsletters, inter-race/inter-season interviews, press releases and maintains the relationship with the TV Production Team and the social media coordinator company.
Thomas Kähr, the ISMF President says: “Together with my fellow Bureau members I’m pleased that Marco has accepted this additional responsibility. We all appreciate his longstanding experience and his professionalism.”
Roberto Cavallo, General & Event Manager, firstname.lastname@example.org, +39 335 5745945
About the ISMF
Founded in 2007, the International Ski Mountaineering Federation ISMF is the global governing body for ski mountaineering competitions. Since 2016, the organization is officially recognized by the International Olympic Committee IOC. Its main goals are the promotion, regulation and development of the ski mountaineering sport worldwide. Based in Lausanne, Switzerland, the ISMF’s membership consists of 37 national mountaineering or ski sports federations in Europe, Asia and the Americas. The ISMF organizes ski mountaineering World Cups events and World Championships. For the first time, ski mountaineering has been a medal sport at the 2020 Youth Olympic Games in Lausanne Switzerland. The ISMF’s ambition is to become an Olympic sport by the 2026 Winter Games in Milano-Cortina, Italy.