Ms Slattery was the first woman appointed to SACA’s Board when she joined as a casual vacancy in 2010. She was then elected by members the following year.
Ms Slattery said: “It has been a rare privilege to have worked with the SACA Board and Executive and to have been involved with the redevelopment of the Adelaide Oval and creating a new future for cricket and our State.”
SACA President Andrew Sinclair said: “I would like to thank Andrea for her years of service on the SACA Board. During her tenure, the Adelaide Oval and cricket have gone through a transformation of which Andrea has played a major part. Andrea held many roles on sub committees including the position of Chair of the Membership Committee for many years.
“Andrea’s business commitments are now consuming more of her time and she felt it was time to allow another Member the opportunity to make a difference at SACA.”
Ms Slattery’s resignation creates a casual vacancy on the Board of Directors. A replacement to fill this position will be chosen by the SACA Members, and declared at this year’s AGM, as part of the annual Board of Directors election process.