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Melbourne, Nov 19 (IANS) Cricket Australia (CA) on Thursday announced the appointment of Michelle Tredenick and Bob Every to the nine-person board of directors. Tredenick and Every fill vacancies left by former chairman Wally Edwards who retired from the board after 19 years of service, and Kevin Roberts who resigned his directorship to take up the position of CA executive general manager of strategy, people and One Team, according to a CA release.
Tredenick is an experienced company director and corporate advisor with more than 30 years’ experience in leading Australian businesses. She is currently a director of the Bank of Queensland, Vocation Limited, Canstar Pty. Ltd., and is chairman of IAG NRMA Corporate Superannuation Trustee Board. Every 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. He played more than 60 games of first-grade cricket for the Sutherland District Cricket Club in Sydney as a middle-order batsman and spin bowler. He is currently the club’s patron. The Cricket Australia Board consists of the following people: David Peever (chairman), Mark Taylor, Jacquie Hey, John Bannon, Tony Harrison, Earl Eddings, Michael Kasprowicz, Michelle Tredenick and Bob Every.