India’s governing body for deaf cricket, the Indian Deaf Cricket Association (IDCA) has announced Roma Balwani as the new CEO and brand custodian.
As the CEO, Balwani will establish a business structure and build IDCA as the apex body for Deaf Cricket in the country. Moreover, she will also be on IDCA’s advisory board.
Balwani has been a communications expert for more than 30 years. She also serves as an Independent Director at John Cockerill, India, a leading firm and engineering company specialising in cold rolling mill complexes for the steel industry, where she works on the CSR and NRC committees.
Previously as well, she oversaw the first edition of the Deaf-ICC World Cup T20, which took place in Gurugram, Haryana between November 23 and 30, 2018.
Strategic Resources Group, Bombay Chamber of Commerce & Industries, Jombay, National Collateral Management Services Limited, Vedanta Resources Plc, Mahindra Rise, Mahindra & Mahindra Limited, Aptech Limited, and eBookers plc, Oslo Norway are among the business organisations Balwani has worked with in the past.