Terry was appointed Chair of the WACA Board in July 2019. Terry has a strong background in sport and government. He was on the WACA Board for two years prior to his appointment and has been involved in cricket all his life as a player, coach, administrator and development officer. As the WA Minister for Sport and Recreation for over six years, Terry was responsible for overseeing the Optus Stadium development project.
Eva joined the WACA Board in 2017 with over 20 years’ experience as a non-executive director and chair. She has a commercial and financial background, with considerable experience in strategy, board governance, risk and financial management. Eva is currently a non-executive director at ASX listed entities RCR Tomlinson Ltd and Macmahon Holdings Ltd and is Chairman of Trustees of St John of God Health Care.
A former Australian cricketer, Graeme was appointed to the WACA Board in October 2019. Graeme offers years of experience as a senior executive, having taken up the position of WACA CEO in 2007 for almost five years. He also has extensive senior management experience, working many years in the liquor industry, including 17 years at Foster’s Australia.
Tom has been a Member-elected representative on the Board since 2014, having been a member of the Association for more than 20 years. His primary responsibilities have been in relation to governance reform and the negotiations around the Perth Stadium.
Michael is a WACA Life Member, former Australia Test batsman and ex-Western Australia state coach who joined the WACA Board in September 2015. He represented Australia in eight Tests and 20 One-Day Internationals, as well as WA in 127 first class matches, scoring 8038 runs and 42 domestic one-day games.
A marketing leader with over 20 years of global experience, Nicola has worked for organisations such as Rugby WA, Fairfax Media, Carlton & United Breweries, Perth Airport, Nestle, City of Perth, WA Museum, and Treasury Wines. Nicola specialises in the area of brand strategy, audience development, and customer-focused marketing. A member of the Advisory Committee in the setup phase of the introduction into the BBL, Nicola was appointed to the initial Board of the Perth Scorchers.
Christian was appointed to the Board in August 2017 and has been heavily involved in senior cricket since 1990, including as a player, club coach and Member of the University Cricket Club. A practising lawyer with 23 years’ experience, Christian serves as Legal Counsel at Wesfarmers specialising in mergers and acquisitions and commercial, finance, governance and environmental law.
A former Australian cricket player, Avril joined the WACA Board in September 2014 as a Statewide Game Development Committee Representative. Avril played for Western Australia from 1992 to 2012, where she also held the role of Captain of the Western Fury for five seasons.
David has been a member of the WACA for over 20 years and was appointed to the Board in 2015. A Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Australia and New Zealand and the Financial Services Institute of Australasia, David has over 25 years' professional experience.
Kerry, the 32nd Governor and the inaugural female Governor of WA, joined the WACA Board in 2021. Kerry has had a distinguished career in government and business and was named an Officer of the Order of Australia in 2004 for service to the development of the port and maritime industries in Australia and to public sector governance in finance and transport in WA. Kerry is currently Chair of St John of God Health Care, Chancellor of Edith Cowan and Chair of the WA Parks Foundation.
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