Aboriginal Advisory Committee

Cricket ACT is committed to reconciliation and ensuring that as a sporting organisation, we do all we can to learn, create awareness, promote and embed First Nations culture in all we do within our organisation and our cricket community.

We are committed to working with our cricket community, broader community (in particular Traditional Custodians of the local Country), key stakeholders and partners to ensure we assist in closing the gap between First Nations and non-Indigenous Australians.

To assist us in our work we have established an Aboriginal Advisory Committee (AAC). This Committee is an officially sanctioned advisory committee of the CACT Board and has the responsibility and scope to offer advice to management and the CACT Board on matters relating to First Nations engagement within the game of cricket (view the Terms of Reference for the Committee).

The purpose of the CACT AAC is to provide a leadership and advisory platform to facilitate a partnership between Aboriginal people/communities and CACT to enhance the involvement of First Nations peoples at all levels in our much-loved sport of cricket.

Following an expression of interest in late 2023 the following members were appointed to our AAC:

  • Adam Williams
  • Djali Bloomfield
  • Jonathan Hill
  • James Harrison
  • Cindie Deeker.

We thank the committee for its ongoing work with Cricket ACT on our reconciliation journey.

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