Belinda Clark, AM, is a leader in the Australian sports industry. Clark was an elite cricketer who captained the Australian Cricket Team from 1994-2005, with a win ratio of 80% over more than a decade and the first player male or female to score a double century in a One Day International Match.
She was also CEO of Women’s Cricket Australia and steered the organisation through an integration with Cricket Australia. In 2000, she received an AM for services to cricket and to the promotion and development of the game for women and girls.
Belinda brings an evidence-based mindset to the game, after initially training as a physiotherapist, integrating science with high-performance sport where she has spent the last 11 years managing CA’s national high performance programs at the Bupa National Cricket Centre. She excels at strategy and its implementation and is a natural builder of teams and brands.
In her current role as Head of Junior Cricket at Cricket Australia, she is working with Australian Cricket staff and volunteers to transform junior cricket through innovative solutions based on community needs. The objective is to ensure cricket is fun, relevant and engaging for Australian boys and girls. And she continues to be an advocate for females in sport at all levels.
Belinda has been inducted into the ICC Hall of Fame, the Sport Australia Hall of Fame and the Australian Cricket Hall of Fame.