SKINS applauds people who make a difference in the world of sport and inspire social change, both on and off the field.


In his exclusive podcast series, our Chairman Jaimie Fuller chats to Citizens of Sport who don’t spectate, they participate; they believe sport is a universal human right and use their position to inspire this generation and the next.


In this latest podcast, he sits down with former Aussie women’s cricketer Lisa Sthalekar to chat about her beginnings in an Indian orphanage and her inspirational cricketing career.


Lisa has been regarded as the greatest women’s all-round cricketer in the world. Before her retirement in 2013, she became the first player in women’s cricket history to have scored over 1000 runs and taken 100 wickets. Off the field, she’s the first female appointed on the Australian Cricketers Association (ACA) Executive committee and just recently the Federation of International Cricketers’ Associations (FICA) board. She is also an ambassador for Adopt Change. Listen to the exclusive interview: