Ebony Rainford-Brent’s net worth is estimated at $1 Million – $5 Million.
Ebony Rainford-Brent was born on 31 December, 1983 in Lambeth, London, United Kingdom. Find out about the life of this billionaire, including Ebony Rainford-Brent’s net worth, age, family, dating life, salary, and assets.
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Ebony Rainford-Brent’s net worth has been growing in 2020-2021.Ebony Rainford-Brent is 38 years old and has a net worth of $1 Million – $5 Million.
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Since 2017, Rainford-Brent has hosted an inspirational podcast The Art of Success.
After retiring from cricket, Rainford-Brent has gone on to become a sporting executive; a pundit for the BBC’s flagship radio programme Test Match Special (she is one of the first female expert summarisers to commentate on men’s international cricket matches); and a motivational speaker. In January 2015, Rainford-Brent returned to Surrey County Cricket Club, after being appointed their first Director of Women’s Cricket.
Her role as Director for Surrey Women’s Cricket involves working with Academy Director,and the Performance Department advising on all Women’s cricket played at the club. She also works with the Surrey Cricket Board on the development of the Women’s game and strategies to increase participation at all levels. In this role, she has been involved in the organisation of a women’s Twenty20 match between Surrey and Middlesex in May 2015. Rainford-Brent, in discussing the event, suggested that the game would be the inaugural match in what was intended to become an annual tournament.
In November 2013, Rainford-Brent was appointed as a trustee of the England and Wales Cricket Trust (EWCT). Rainford-Brent is also an ambassador for Beyond Sport. Rainford-Brent is a full member of the Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC), and a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts (FRSA). She is also a keen drummer, golfer and budding photographer.
Rainford-Brent has carried out numerous media engagements over the years. In addition to being a match host for Surrey County Cricket men’s games, she has appeared as a guest presenter on BBC Newsround; also as an occasional expert and pundit on Sky Sports and BBC Breakfast. She has written numerous blogs and articles for BBC Sport, Cricket World and others. In 2012, she began to appear on BBC radio’s Test Match Special (TMS). Initially summarising women’s games, she later also contributed to domestic men’s matches and has since appeared as a TMS summariser for several men’s international matches. In November 2014, it was announced that Rainford-Brent would be going to the men’s 2015 Cricket World Cup as one of the team of expert summarisers for TMS. In October 2016, she worked for the TMS team in both the first and second Tests (of a two-match series) between Bangladesh and England, in Chittagong and Dhaka.
Rainford-Brent played for Surrey throughout her playing career, from the under 11s to the senior team. She was captain of the Surrey Women’s cricket team which in 2011 gained promotion to the top flight of domestic women’s cricket – the LV County Championship Division One.
In 2011, Rainford-Brent began work as a cricket executive for the charity Lord’s Taverners. She eventually became Cricket programmes manager for the charity, developing national programmes to support disadvantaged and disabled young people to access sport.
Rainford-Brent was a member of the England team that won the 9th ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup held in Australia from 9–22 March 2009. England beat New Zealand by 4 wickets in the final held at North Sydney Oval on 22 March 2009. In the three months following their World Cup win, the team went on to win the final of the 2009 ICC Women’s World Twenty20 (held at Lord’s prior to the men’s final), the Natwest One Day series 4–0 against Australia, and also retain the Women’s Ashes.
As well as being a member of the England Women’s World Cup winning team, her international playing career highlights include, in 2009, winning Man of the Match against the West Indies, with a career best 72 not out.
After taking advice and support from her elder brother, she sought alternative opinions and treatment from numerous specialists. Eventually, the Talented Athletes Scholarship Scheme (TASS) programme made contact with her; they provided the necessary treatment and support to aid her recovery. Just under three years later, she recovered enough to represent her country at the 2007 World series in Chennai, India. She was named UCL Sportswoman of the Year in March 2007, and successfully completed her studies, graduating with a Masters in Chemistry.
Ebony-Jewel Cora-Lee Camellia Rosamond Rainford-Brent FRSA (born 31 December 1983 in Lambeth, London) is a retired English cricketer, who was the first black woman to play for the England team. During her playing career, she was also captain of the Surrey women’s team.
Born New Year’s Eve in 1983 at St Thomas’ Hospital, she was raised in Herne Hill, South-East London. She was the youngest of four children; being the only girl, she was named after all her grandmothers and great-grandmothers, which led to her being called Ebony-Jewel Cora-Lee Camellia Rosamond Rainford-Brent to appease everyone.