David White will step down as NZC CEO in August after a decade-long tenure. “Excellence is being produce by our high performance program. The community game is stable.” “It feels like the right time to step down,” stated David White in a statement.
David White, the long-serving chief executive of New Zealand cricket. Announce his intention to stand aside after more than 11 years in the role. White announce his resignation from the role in August. The decision was made because it was consider that the moment had come to pass the torch to some younger hands.
White appoint to the job in February 2012, becoming only the fourth chief executive following Chris Doig, Martin Snedden, and Justin Vaughan to manage New Zealand Cricket since the Hood Report recommendations were adopt in 1995.
Under his leadership, New Zealand cricket has had unprecedented success. The team advanced to the finals of two T20I World Cups and one ODI World Cup. In addition, they won the inaugural World Test Championship. One of the most significant developments that occurred under White’s term was pay equality.
When a new five-year contract sign in 2022. New Zealand cricket declared that women’s cricketers would earn the same as men’s cricketers. NZC has made remarkable strides under his leadership. His absence will undoubtedly be felt when he stands down in August 2023.
It feels like the right time to step aside: White
David White came forward after announcing his decision to resign as NZC’s CEO to reflect on his decision and his time in the post. He stated that it felt like the correct moment for him to stand down, adding that the board is in a solid financial situation, with women’s cricket prospering as well.
“NZC is in a secure financial position, with a solid balance sheet and long-term commercial agreements in place, the Black Caps are strong, women’s cricket is flourishing, our high-performance program is producing excellence, and the community game is stable.” “It feels like the right time to step down,” stated David White in a statement.