The Cricket Australia Board of nine independent Directors work collectively in the national interest of Australian cricket.
Retired Managing Director of Rio Tinto. Non-Executive Director of the Australian Foundation Investment Company and the Melbourne Business School. Member of the Prime Minister's Indigenous Advisory Council, Chief of Defence's Gender Equality Advisory Board and Federal Government’s Foreign Investment Review Board. Director of ICC.
Managing Director of The Riskcom Group, a recently established company with the aim of investing in risk technology and consulting practices across the Asia Pacific Region. Earl was North Melbourne Cricket Club President from 2001 until November 2008. He was a Director of Cricket Victoria from 2006-2015 and held the position of Deputy Chairman from 2008-2015. Earl also served as Co-Chair of the Victorian Indigenous Cricket Advisory Committee.
Recently retired as non-executive Chairman of Wesfarmers, one of Australia's largest public companies and retailers. He was previously Chairman of Boral Limited and Iluka Resources Limited. Bob is patron of the Sutherland District Cricket Club in Sydney.
Currently Chairman of the Australian Grand Prix Corporation and has an extensive background in sports, tourism and major events. Awarded the Order of Australia in 2007 for services to sport.
Cricket Australia Director since September 2002. Chairman and Managing Director of Corporate Communications (Tas.) Pty Ltd. Former Chairman of Cricket Tasmania, and a member of the Council of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.
Jacquie is a Non-executive Director on the Boards of Bendigo & Adelaide Bank, Qantas Airways Limited, Australian Foundation Investment Company Limited, Special Broadcasting Service (SBS).
Queensland's all-time leading wicket-taker Michael Kasprowicz became the youngest Director of the Cricket Australia board following his elevation to replace Matthew Hayden as a Director in August 2011. Currently serves on the board of the Australian-India Council.
Australia's 39th Test captain. Cricket Commentator with the Nine Network and Brand Ambassador for Fujitsu General. Former Cricket NSW director 1999-2012 and Foundation Director Sporting Chance Cancer Foundation.
An experienced company director and corporate advisor with more than 30 years’ experience in leading Australian businesses. Michelle is currently a Director of the Bank of Queensland, Vocation Limited, Canstar Pty Ltd, and is Chairman of IAG NRMA Corporate Superannuation Trustee Board.