Kingston (jamaica), July 14 (IANS) West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) president Dave Cameron has said the board will continue to stage town hall meetings across the region and it tries to integrate the public into its decision making process.
Two more meetings have been scheduled for later this month, with the first taking place in St. Lucia at the Castries City Hall on Friday and the second carded for the Georgetown Cricket Club in Guyana on July 22, reports CMC.
“We want to re-engage our major stakeholders. We want the public to become part of the decision-making and their inputs can prove to be valuable,” Cameron said on Monday.
“We’re enthusiastic about continuing to use these sessions to listen to concerns and share information about where West Indies cricket is now, our strategic goals for the future and how the fans can impact upon the way we progress.”
Already, similar town hall meetings have been held in Barbados in May, and continued in Dominica last month.
Cameron and WICB vice-president, Emmanuel Nanthan, hosted these meetings and will also take charge of the upcoming events.