Tom Harrison Resigns as a CEO of ECB 2022
Tom Harrison has announced his resignation from the post of Chief Executive Officer CEO of the England and Wales Cricket Board ECB 2022. He made the decision after serving for more than seven years. Harrison will officially leave the organization in June this year.
Harrison’s announcement prompted England Cricket’s highest body to look for a new CEO. Claire Connor, the current managing director of the England women’s team, could be seen as the interim CEO. That is what the ECB said.
Harrison took over as CEO in January 2015. Since then he has been instrumental in the spread of England cricket. The Corona Coronavirus epidemic is facing unprecedented financial challenges. However, he successfully overcame that challenge.
“It’s a great honor to be the CEO of the ECB for the last seven years,” Harrison said. My responsibility was to spread cricket all over England. I have successfully completed everything in this role. Now is the time to bring in new energy to continue this work. ”
Announcing the resignation of Tom Harrison, ECB interim chairman Martin Darlow said: “Tom is an outstanding CEO. She deserves a heartfelt thank you for her accomplishments. He has always put the interest of the game first. We will move forward with his goal now.
“For now, we will start looking for his successor. So that he (Harrison) can build the ECB based on what he has achieved. I am pleased that Claire Connor has agreed to take on the role of intermediary during this process. ” – Darl adds.