MR JEFF COLLETT:
BSc (Eng). Chairman
Mr Collett has thirty years management experience in large international engineering companies and has held directorships in public operating companies and industry associations. Recently retired, he is actively involved in a number of Christian organisations.
MRS JUDY WONG-SEE
AIM, AHRI. Deputy Chair.
Mrs Wong-See is the Principal of an executive search firm, Credence International. Having begun in corporate and government sectors, her work in recent years identifies senior talent for the leadership of Christian Not For Profit organisations.
MS ELIZABETH CLARK
GDLP, LLB, BA: Company Secretary
Ms Clark currently works as a civil law solicitor with disadvantaged communities. She has been involved in a range of volunteer roles prior to joining the board including engaging in her local church and as well as working with charity organisations both in Australia and Africa.
MR BEN HENSHALL
Bsc. Chair of Aid and Development Committee.
Mr Henshall has many years experience in the sales and marketing roles for Australian and multinationals IT companies. He has been actively involved in his local church in various ministries for the past decade.
MR ROHAN GILCHRIST
BEc, FCA. Chair of Finance Committee
Mr Gilchrist has worked extensively in banking and finance throughout Europe and Australia, in a number of senior directing role. He has a passion for empowering, inspiring and coaching colleagues, and for charity and fundraising events.
REV. CHRIS SIRIWEERA
B. D. (RTC Geelong).
Rev. Siriweera is the Director of the Ministry Development Committee of the Presbyterian Church of Victoria. He is excited to see the church grow through strong leadership.
MS BERNICE SARPONG
BApp Sc, MIPH.
Ms Sarpong is a Ghanaian-Australian with extensive humanitarian and international development experience. She has worked in South Sudan, Kenya and in several countries across South-east Asia and the Pacific region. Bernice is an active member of her local church and passionate to see the gospel nurtured across the nations of Africa.
MR DAN ANDERSON
B.A. (Hons), B.D. (Hons).
Mr Anderson serves as chaplain to Robert Menzies College, Anglican chaplain to Macquarie University and is pastor of Trinity Chapel. He is Chair of the Australian Fellowship of Evangelical Students National Board and was formerly an AFES staff worker at Canberra and Sydney universities. Married to Emma, they have two children Nathaniel and Evangeline. He is also undertaking a PhD.
MR DAVID RALPH
BBus CPA JP
Mr Ralph has many years business experience gained both domestically & internationally working in the corporate arena and 20 years running his own multi-site SME business. He is currently CEO of an evangelical Christian social enterprise organisation. David has a passion for mission & social enterprise that makes a difference in people’s lives. Married to Margaret and with 3 adult children David is actively engaged in leadership roles in his local church.
MS CAROLYN TALBOT
BAppSc, ProDipHR, DipPM, GAICD, CAHRI
Ms Carolyn Talbot has 20 years of management experience predominately in the not-for-profit and professional consulting sectors, and specialises in the area of Human Resources and Corporate Services. She has a passion for encouraging and developing people to reach their full potential within their profession and personal lives. Carolyn is an active member of her local church and is excited to see the church grow both locally and internationally.
MR STEVEN MACKAY
BSc, LLB, Dip Leg Prac, MBA, Grad Dip Theology
Mr Mackay has over 27 years experience as a lawyer in the Sydney CBD with the last 20 years as a partner. He is currently a partner of a first tier law firm Gilbert + Tobin in the Real Estate and Projects Group. He has also provided advice to many Christian not for profit organisations and understands the environment and the special challenges they face. Steven is an active member of the local church and has had in depth involvement with Christian work in Ethiopia for the past 15 years.
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