The Cricket Australia Board currently consists of seven independent Directors who work collectively in the national interest of Australian cricket.
Managing Director of The Riskcom Group, 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. He is a Non-Executive Director of MPower Ltd and past Managing Director of ASX listed Greencap Ltd.
Paul has a long association with cricket, having been a Director and Deputy Chairman with the Tasmanian Cricket Association from 2004 to 2018. He is the Chief Operating Officer of Enterprise Division at KPMG Australia, and the Tasmanian Chairman of Partners.
John is the Chief Executive Officer of the Melbourne & Olympic Parks Trust. He has an extensive background in sports, tourism and major events, including with the South Australian Cricket Association and the 2015 ICC Cricket World Cup as well as currently chairing the Local Organising Committee for the 2020 ICC T20 World Cup. Awarded the Order of Australia in 2007 for services to sport.
Currently Group Chief Executive Epworth Healthcare (appointed January 2017). A former WA First Grade cricketer for University, Dr Henderson was WACA Chairman from 2015 to 2017 and was pivotal in the Association's discussions and planning in a significant period of change and growth for WA cricket. He was appointed to the CA Board in September 2018.
Michelle is an experienced company director, currently on the boards of Insurance Australia Group (IAG), Bank of Queensland (BOQ), Urbis, The Ethics Centre and a member of the Senate of University of Queensland. She is a long-time cricket follower and fan.
Richard is currently a director of REA Group Limited, Coles Group Limited and was previously a non‐executive director of Foxtel and ESPN Star Sports. In addition, Richard is the Deputy Chancellor of The University of Sydney. Richard has been a life-long passionate supporter of Australian Cricket.
Mel’s playing days included two successful World Cup and Ashes campaigns with Australia, 20 years of state cricket and she is still connected where possible to her local club side Essendon Maribyrnong Park. A qualified Physical Education teacher, Mel worked in cricket development and sports management before moving fulltime into broadcast and commentary roles in TV and radio across Australian and International cricket in 2017.