Sheikh Manaf Mohamed
4308 Jefferson Street, Hollywood, Florida 33021
Home: (954) 981-1659
Cell: (954) 494-5347
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Born in Guyana in 1948 and immigrated to USA in 1973.
Resided in New York City, attended Academy of Aeronautics, Flushing NY receiving an Applied Science degree in Aircraft Electronics, moved on to Pratt Institute, Brooklyn NY graduating with a degree in Electrical Engineering, while simultaneously completing course work for a Computer Technology Diploma from Control Data Institute, New York, New York.

Worked with Automatic Data Processing (ADP), Clifton, New Jersey for 10 years as a Computer Systems Field Engineer and Data Communications Specialist moving up to become supervisor of ADP’s Long Island Field Engineering Offices.

Moved to South Florida in 1988 and up until 2006 was employed at NextiraOne, LLC (Formerly Racal-Milgo), as a Network Systems Engineer.

Retuned to college and obtained an Early Childhood Directors Credentials and various other Child Development certifications. Currently in semi-retirement employed as Administrator / Director of a Faith Based Pre-school.

Have been involved in organized cricket in the South Florida area for almost 20 years, and have managed numerous cricket tournaments and competitions resulting in extensive interaction with local county and park administrators.

Have done numerous workshops and lectures/training sessions to various local city parks staff on the history of cricket in the USA and fundamentals of cricket as a global sport.

Extremely familiar with the structure of cricket in the USA, at the club, regional and national level, holding various administrative positions
Founded (1989) and still President of Everest Cricket Club, Hollywood, FL.
Founded (1998) and currently Vice-President of Florida Southeast Cricket League
Former Treasurer (1990-1998), South Florida Cricket Association
Former Treasurer (1996-1999), United States Cricket Federation
Currently Secretary of USACA South East Region Administrative Board

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