The International Cricket Committee has invited US cricket CEO Don Lockerbie to attend its Development Committee meeting in Dubai on May 18, which will give him a chance to present to cricket's world governing body the new strategy and look of US cricket.
This is an important meeting for Lockerbie because it will give him an opportunity to properly introduce his three main initiatives - bring international teams to the US, try to get the US into one of the top 15 ranked teams in the world and qualify for the 2015 World Cup and introduce the game at grassroots level - to the ICC since he took over as CEO of US cricket.
It will also give him a chance to show that US cricket is on track and, as he said, "turned the corner."
He added: "We want to make it clear to the ICC that we are a serious member and are taking things seriously and that we have strategic initiatives that can affect the game globally.
"We also want to show to all the members that we want to attract international teams. It is a very important meeting."
The meeting with the Development Committee will give members a chance to meet and discuss with Lockerbie their plans involving the US. For years the ICC has been keen to get the US to become a successful and serious part of international cricket.
But US cricket has been divided with factions for years and under Lockerbie's leadership, albeit brief so far, the game's leaders across the nation see a ray of hope of it becoming unified.
Lockerbie said he wanted to tell the Development Committee meeting, among other things, that the US cricket fraternity was ready for professionalism and international matches.
"We also want to make sure that everyone knows that the US cricket in this region is the next great destination," he said.
Lockerbie also wants to underline to the ICC that USA will meet the mandate for management of the game at top level.
"We are looking forward to attending all ICC meetings and that the US is represented on ICC boards."
Lockerbie and several key board members will also attend the ICC annual general meeting in London in June when all cricket playing countries are expected to be there. This will give the US another chance to showcase its new look and initiatives.