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John L. Aaron

President

Atlantis Sports Clubs Inc

HQ Phone:  (781) 794-9933

Direct Phone: (917) ***-****direct phone

Email: j***@***.com

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Atlantis Sports Clubs Inc

37 Forbes Rd

Braintree, Massachusetts,02184

United States

Company Description

The Spa at Atlantis main mission is to treat you like royalty when you walk into our Nashua spa facility. We're right in the Radisson Nashua conveniently located in southern Nashua near the Massachusetts border. ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Regional Director for the New York Region

USA Cricket Academy Inc


Chairman

Compliance Corporations


Director

City University of New York


Sales Manager and Director of Training

Schawk, New York


Executive Vice President

Kwik International Color, Ltd.,


Affiliations

USA Cricket Association

Secretary


American Cricket Federation

Board Members


American College Cricket

Advisory Board Members


Graphics Scholarship Foundation

Founding Trustee


Ricky Kissoon , United States Cricket Association

Executive Secretary


Education

Bachelors Degree

Media Communications

Hunter College of the City University of New York


Masters

Management and Technology

New York University


Web References(160 Total References)


USACA 2008

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John L. Aaron
John L. Aaron Described by former West Indies Cricket Board President Ken Gordon, as "…a true Statesman," John Aaron's experience in management as an Executive Vice President and Regional Training Director in corporate America, and his current involvement in the world of academia, has afforded him the skill-sets needed to help US cricket regain its credibility in the international arena. Currently a Higher Education Officer (HEO) and senior Continuing Education college administrator in New York City, John holds a Bachelors Degree In Media Communications from Hunter College of the City University of New York and a Masters in Management and Technology from New York University. He is the recipient of several academic and civic awards including the prestigious New York University's Prism Award for outstanding alumni. As a team leader, John's strengths lie in the ability to coalesce individuals with varying points of view, and to get them to work towards a common objective - cricket. He is also regarded as an independent thinker, with an unquestionable commitment to helping develop cricket in the US, indicative of his recent elevation to Regional Director of New York, while still serving as President of Atlantis Cricket Club - NY and President of the Eastern American Cricket Association. As a club and league president, he has an innate ability to partner cricket with the community, in a number of initiatives beyond the game, and benefiting the community. John has also demonstrated on several occasions, an unselfish approach to problem solving in a volatile environment. He has served as chairman of the USACA League President's Reconciliation Commission and a member of the 2006 USACA Constitution Review Committee.


Atlantis Romps Over Guyana Police Officers By 7 Wickets | USA Cricket News, New York Cricket News, live cricket, cricket scores

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By John L. Aaron Atlantis' Secretary John Aaron (right) hands over a commemorative plaque to Assistant Guyana Police Commissioner Gavin Primo. John, you are doing an excellent job promoting cricket in and for New York. Best wishes to Atlantis on their Guyana tour.


John Aaron Clinches Place In Cricket Hall Of Fame | USA Cricket News, New York Cricket News, live cricket, cricket scores

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John Aaron Through The Years John Aaron Through The Years After twenty seven years of immensely dedicated administrative work in cricket, John Aaron will finally get his just due. The former secretary of the United States of America Cricket Association (USACA) will receive his biggest accolade Saturday (October 6th) when he will be inducted into the Cricket Hall Of Fame in Hartford, Connecticut. He will join an exclusive batch of inductees this year that includes the famous West Indies batting duo of the 1950s Basil Butcher and Joe Solomon. One of the most popular administrators in the United States, Aaron has given selflessly to the sport without ever giving the impression he wanted anything in return except to see the sport in the United States, uplifted developmentally. Apart from serving in a number of administrative positions from club to national level, Aaron has written voluminously on the sport. Modesty is also, one of his good traits as he felt he was not ready to be thus honored. "I don't think now was the time, but the Hall of Fame thought different," Aaron stated. He was nominated by among others Roy Sweeney and Clifford Hinds and it was instantly accepted by the committee. John Aaron (left) presents the 2007 Mayor's Cricket Cup to Queens Borough President Helen Marshall after the borough of Queens won the tournament. Beginning way back in 1985, Aaron served Atlantis Cricket Club out of Queens for a total of 23 years in the capacity as President and Secretary. He went on to give his services to the Eastern American Cricket Association (EACA) league, also in the said two top positions for three years. Subsequently, Aaron was elected Regional Director for the New York Region on the USACA board, following which he claimed his most exalted position by winning election as secretary of the national ruling body (USACA) in 2008. Aaron, a born and bred Guyanese, equipped with a BA in Communications from Hunter College (CUNY) and MA in Management and Technology from New York University (NYU), still manages to hold down a demanding job as Senior College Administrator at Kingsborough Community College, in Brooklyn, despite his time dedicated to cricket. The other local inductees apart from Aaron are Jamie Harrison, Samuel Belnavis, Mahamood "Mo" Ally, Dale V. C. Holness, Joseph Buffong, and Andrew Headley. John has worked tirelessly for the game many a times putting himself out on a limb to advance the truth. He stood up "for the cause" whatever it may be. His firendliness, his ability to get along, his "cricket ambassadorialship" lets him stands out from the rest.


John Aaron | USA Cricket News, New York Cricket News, live cricket, cricket scores - Part 2

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John Aaron
Archive for category: John Aaron Eastern American, John Aaron, Newsno comments John Aaron, News1 comment Born in Greenwich Park on the east bank of the Essequibo River, Chandar Persaud played cricket for as long as he can remember growing up Atlantis Enjoys a Big Apple Saturday Afternoon Pie Atlantis Enjoys a Big Apple Saturday Afternoon Pie Eastern American, John Aaron, Newsno comments Atlantis Cricket Club - NY met Big Apple Cricket Club last Saturday afternoon in The Cage at Baisley Pond Park, in Queens, NY USA Skipper Steve Massiah Headlines Star-Studded T20 Tournament USA Skipper Steve Massiah Headlines Star-Studded T20 Tournament John Aaron, News1 comment Eastern American, John Aaron, Newsno comments NY last Sunday defeated Liberty Sports Club for the second time this season, as the cream of the EACA's Power40 Division 1 Guyana Tri-County Games Attracting Great Interest Guyana Tri-County Games Attracting Great Interest John Aaron, News1 comment Eastern American, John Aaron, Newsno comments Eastern American, John Aaron, Newsno comments John Aaron, Newsno comments After being humbled by host Demerara Cricket Club (DCC) in an earlier encounter, the New York based Atlantis Cricket Club bounced back Mixed Bag Of Fortunes For New York Club Mixed Bag Of Fortunes For New York Club John Aaron, News1 comment Continuing its cricket tour to the South American nation, Atlantis experienced a mixed bag of T20 fortunes; losing one and winning one in a rain affected Atlantis Romps Over Guyana Police Officers By 7 Wickets Atlantis Romps Over Guyana Police Officers By 7 Wickets John Aaron, News1 comment Atlantis Cricket Club - NY yesterday started off its 2012 Guyana Tour on a winning note defeating the Guyana Police Officers Women Cricketers Grasp Training Opportunity Women Cricketers Grasp Training Opportunity John Aaron, Newsno comments Eastern American, John Aaron, News3 comments It was not exactly a performance of Andrew Lloyd Webber's Phantom of the Opera; well at least not by the Phantoms Cricket Club's performance Atlantis Climbs Over Richmond Hill Atlantis Climbs Over Richmond Hill Eastern American, John Aaron, Newsno comments Atlantis Cricket Club - NY climbed to a 5-1 record while defeating Richmond Hill Cricket Club, as the Eastern American Cricket Everest/ACS Maintains League High As Atlantis Fails To Climb To Top Of Standings Everest/ACS Maintains League High As Atlantis Fails To Climb To Top Of Standings Eastern American, John Aaron, Newsno comments John Aaron, News1 comment John Aaron, News1 comment What does a 42 year-old African-American mother of three from Atlanta, Georgia via Guyana and a 43 year-old man from Boca Raton Camelot Came With A Lot Less Against Atlantis Camelot Came With A Lot Less Against Atlantis Eastern American, John Aaron, Newsno comments With better odds, Camelot came up with a lot less against Atlantis this past Sunday at Heckscher State Park, as they dropped East Side Warriors Lose Battle Against Atlantis East Side Warriors Lose Battle Against Atlantis Eastern American, John Aaron, Newsno comments East Side Warriors continue to seek ways to stake a foothold in the Eastern American Cricket Association league by doing battle each Sunday on the field USA Women Adorned In Silver - Now What? USA Women Adorned In Silver - Now What? John Aaron, News3 comments


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John Aaron
Secretary Atlantis Cricket Club - NY


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