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Development Manager, USA Cricket (Apr 2020 – Present)
Video & Performance Analyst, USA Cricket (Sep 2018 – Present) Technical Analyst, USA Cricket (Sep 2018 – Present)
Coach / Game Development / Content & Social / Broadcasting talent, The Cricket Collective (Mar 2018 – Present)
Founder, The Cricket Collective (Mar 2012 – Present)
Advisory Group Member – Participation Pillar USA Cricket, ICC Americas (Apr 2016 – Present)
USA Project Consultant, ICC Americas (Sep 2017 – Oct 2018)
Social Media / Content & Sales Consultant, CricClubs (Jun 2017 Aug 2019)
Head of Fan Engagement, CricHQ (Apr 2017 – Jul 2017)
Assistant Vice President – Content Marketing, Dream11 (Sep 2016 – Mar 2017)
Vice President – Growth, Dream11 (Mar 2015 – Mar 2017)
Managing Director CricHQ USA Inc, CricHQ (Mar 2012 – Feb 2015)
Development Coordinator Junior Cricket, Auckland Cricket Association (Sep 2008 – Dec 2011)
Director of Sports, Onehunga High School (Sep 2007 – Sep 2008)
Regional Team Leader – Upper North Island, The CD & DVD Store (Jan 2002 – Oct 2004)
Jamie Lloyd serves as the Development Manager for USA Cricket since April 2020. He joined USA Cricket in September 2018, initially serving as a Technical Analyst as well as a Video & Performance Analyst.
Lloyd also serves as an advisory group member of Participation Pillar USA Cricket at ICC Americas since April 2016, which is tasked with making cricket the fastest growing participation sport for males and females in America.
Lloyd previously worked at CricHQ USA Inc. as the managing director for three years from March 2012 to Feb 2015, building strong relationships with critical partners to promote CricHQ products to maximize end user understanding.
Lloyd has New Zealand Cricket Level 1 and Level 2 Coaching Certification issued in July 2008 and July 2010 respectively. He was also a RJMetrics Certified Expert from Magento Business Intelligence for a year from April 2015 to April 2016.
Lloyd received a Bachelor of Business Studies with a Major in Sport and Recreation Management from Massey University in 1997.