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Vice President of Marketing, Major League Cricket (Jun 2021 Present)
Senior Director of Marketing, Indianapolis Motor Speedway (Feb 2017 – Jun 2021)
Senior Vice-President of Marketing and Operations, Indy Eleven Professional Soccer (Oct 2012 – Feb 2017)
Editor – Soccer Series, Scarecrow Press (Sep 2011 – Mar 2014)
Editor, XI Quarterly (Oct 2011 – Aug 2013)
Founder and Editor, Pitch Invasion (May 2007 – Aug 2013)
Vice-President, Chicago Riot Soccer Club (Oct 2010 – Jul 2011)
Lecturer, The University of Chicago (Sep 2003 – Jun 2009)
Tom Dunmore is a US-based cricket executive. He is currently the Vice-President of Marketing at Major League Cricket, a position he has held since June 2021. Dunmore’s role includes bringing World Class Twenty20 cricket to America.
Dunmore has a range of experience, having worked in cricket, car racing, soccer and having also been an academic.
Dunmore was previously Senior Director of Marketing at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, where he was responsible for integrated marketing strategies that increased revenue, improved fan engagement and helped brand affinity growth.
Prior to that, Dunmore was the Senior Vice-President of Marketing and Operations at Indy Eleven Professional Soccer from Oct 2012 to Feb 2017. He built and stewarded the Indy Eleven brand, including strategic planning, community partnerships and creative direction.
Dunmore has also been volunteering for the Chicago Fire Soccer Club as the 15th anniversary Co-Chairman since October 2012. He also volunteered at Section 8 Chicago, the Independent Supporters’ Association for the Chicago Fire Soccer Club and Chicago Red Stars.
Dunmore started off as the Lecturer in the Social Sciences Division in University of Chicago. He was also the founder and Editor in Pitch Invasion, an award-winning blog about global soccer culture, politics and economics.
Dunmore has a Bachelor’s degree in Modern History and Politics from University of Manchester with a first-class honors grade in 2000. He has also received a PhD in International History from University of Chicago in 2009.