Queensland's all-time leading wicket-taker Michael Kasprowicz became the youngest Director of the Cricket Australia board following his elevation to replace Matthew Hayden as a Director in August 2011.
Kasprowicz stood down as the President of the Australian Cricketers’ Association to take on the role as one of the two Queensland directors of the CA Board.
Kasprowicz, who claimed 113 wickets in 38 Tests, 67 wickets in 43 ODIs and five wickets in two T20 Internationals for Australia, retired from first class cricket in 2007-08 after playing 115 matches and taking 505 wickets.
Since retirement, he has worked as a cricket commentator for FOX Sports and with IMG at the past two IPL tournaments.
He is currently completing an MBA at the University of Queensland Business School where he is also a University of Queensland Goodwill Ambassador to India.
He has extensive ties with India, being an active member of the Australia-India Business Council since 2007.
At the 2011 Asia-Pacific Cities Summit hosted in Brisbane, he was made an honorary Ambassador for the city.
Additionally, Kasprowicz runs his own company that specialises in the facilitation of business relationships with Queensland interests national and internationally.
A Level III coach, he was a Board member of the Queensland Cricketers' Club for three years and is a founding member of the Bulls Masters organisation.