Julia Price is a former Australian Cricketer, and now coach. She started playing cricket in 1988, and just 8 years later was debuting for Australia against England in her first Test. A specialist wicket keeper she played 84 One-day Internationals and was part of the world cup winning team in 1997 and 2005.
Julia started coaching in 1999 while still playing, traveling to developing cricket nations like Ireland, Scotland, the Netherlands and Argentina to coach both men and women. She retired as a player in 2012 and transitioned into full time coaching. In 2013 she coached the Tasmanian Women’s Cricket team. And then in 2018 she became the first female coach in the Men’s T20 League in Australia where she was an assistant to Darren Lehmann. Then in 2019 she was appointed Head Coach of the USA Cricket team to help them prepare for the 2028 Olympics in Los Angeles.