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Conference Speakers

CMA is grateful to the dozens of plenary speakers, elective presenters and panelists who help to make our event special. Scroll down for Elective presenters.

Plenary Speakers & Chairs

Jossy Chacko - Founder and President, Empart

Under Jossy’s visionary leadership, Empart has grown to become a prolific and leading church planting movement, bringing both spiritual and social transformation to unreached communities. With more than 20,000 churches and offices in eight countries, Empart is well positioned, and on track, to achieve its goal of transforming 100,000 communities by 2030.

Anne Robinson, Founder and Principal, Prolegis Lawyers

Anne Robinson AM is founder and a principal of Prolegis Lawyers, provider of legal services to the for-purpose sector, charities and philanthropists.  She has advised on corporate law, governance, charitable trust structuring and tax issues for a wide range of Australia’s charitable institutions, and has acted for independent schools, churches and Christian charities for over 20 years. 

Jerry White - International President Emeritus, The Navigators

A retired Major General of the US Air Force, Dr. Jerry White is President Emeritus and Board Chair Emeritus of The Navigators, an international Christian organization with over 4,000 staff ministering in 105 countries, working with college students, military personnel, business and professional people and churches.

Gary Hoag - The Generosity Monk, and International Liaison, ECFA

Dr Gary Hoag has dedicated his life to encouraging Christian generosity as the Generosity Monk. He provides spiritual and strategic counsel to denominational leaders on nurturing a culture of generosity in local church settings and helps ministry leaders rally God's people to participate with them in God's work.

Chris Wallace and George Savvides, Sodia

Chris, COO of Sodia, is a strategic leader with change management and governance experience, having been formerly CEO of the Oaktree Foundation, and a corporate lawyer. George is one of Australia's highly respected corporate leaders, having led Sigma Pharmaceuticals and Medibank to IPOs, and contributed on a variety of corporate, NFP and ministry boards.

Tarran Deane

Tarran is CEO of Corporate Cinderella Leadership Development Company, working with CEOs, C-Suite, Executives, Managers, Entrepreneurs and Experts from diverse sectors including Tourism, Government, Health, Private Enterprise, Finance, Academia, Ministry, Associations, Not for Profits and NGOs. A dynamic speaker, executive coach and consultant, she also is actively engaged in her local church, and other ministries.

Myles MacGregor-Lowndes, Matthew Turnour, Gary Johns, Anne Robinson

Myles is Emeritus Professor at the Australian Centre for Philanthropy and Nonprofit Studies at QUT. Gary is the Commissioner of the ACNC. Matthew is Director and Chairman of Neumann & Turnour Lawyers, and a panel member of the ACNC Review Panel. Anne is Founder of Prolegis Lawyers. Together, led by Myles, they are hosting a short plenary panel, followed by a more detailed elective.

Elective Speakers
Diana Borgmeyer
Diana is responsible for developing and delivering innovative and market leading risk solutions for Ansvar customers. Prior to joining Ansvar, Diana was the senior risk management consultant with the Victorian Managed Insurance Agency (VMIA). Diana's portfolio of clients while with VMIA included the Community Services Sector, Emergency Services, Victoria Police, the Department of Human Services and Department of Justice. Diana has over twenty years' experience leading enterprise risk and governance functions in both public and private sector organisations with particular expertise in strategic risk management and the management of risk in health and human service organisations. Diana also holds a board position with a community health organisation and is Chair of their Quality and Risk Committee.
Jon Cheung
Jon specialises in corporate, commercial and tax law in protecting charities and not-for-profits at Prolegis Lawyers.  Before specialising in charity law, Jon worked in major Australian law firms advising professionals and businesses, and their insurers. He has served on the boards of a performing arts charity, an international aid and development charity and is currently the Board Chair of SIM Australia.
Mr George Savvides
George is a widely respected leader within corporate Australia and has worked with global companies, leading their Asia Pacific business, co-operatives, Government business enterprises and listed companies. Specifically he has 20 years experience as a CEO in the healthcare sector.

Following transformational assignments at Sigma Pharmaceuticals and Medibank he led both companies to IPOs onto the ASX in 1999 and 2014 respectively. George’s passion is helping leaders unlock the full potential of their people and organisation.

Chris Wallace
Chris is a strategic leader with change management and governance experience. As former CEO of Oaktree, Australia's largest youth-run organisation, Chris led the Executive, over 200 volunteer staff, and a multimillion dollar budget focussed on tackling poverty through systems change and building leadership in young people across the Asia-Pacific.

Prior to Oaktree, he was a corporate lawyer with a focus on financial technology and business development. Chris is passionate about learning from, working with and supporting leaders to unlock their own, team and organisation's potential through empowering leadership that aligns culture, strategy and purpose.

Ms Anne Robinson
Anne founded Prolegis Lawyers in 2001 to enable charities and other not-for-profits to access specialist legal advice. She is widely recognised by the federal Government, the charity and not-for-profit sector, and fellow professionals as a leading adviser to the sector.

She has advised on corporate law, governance, charitable trust structuring and tax issues for the whole range of Australia's charitable institutions. She has also had 30 years' experience in the governance of not-for-profit organisations, including as a Director of World Vision Australia for 12 years (including Board Chair for 7 of those years) until 2012. Anne is also a co-author of Driven by Purpose, an extended case study of Australian charities and the importance of identity and purpose.

Margaret Scott
Margaret has led fundraising with Baptist Community Care, the Uniting Church and The Salvation Army. She was recognised for her fundraising leadership in 2014 when she was awarded the FIA Arthur Venn Fundraiser of the Year. A CFRE since 2002, Margaret has completed Master Business (Research) and MBA (Professional) from ACPNS, QUT - both majoring in fundraising - and considers herself to be a lifelong learner. Now working as a fundraising consultant, her mantra is Encouraging Philanthropy and Managing Fundraising. Margaret assists organisations to do better at fundraising.
Mr Adam Foster
Adam Foster is an Associate in the Dispute Resolution and Workplace Relations team at Lewis Holdway Lawyers. He sits on the boards of a number of Not For Profit organisations, and regularly advises on workplace issues and compliance as well as acting for employers in disputes in the Fair Work Commission and Federal Courts. He is particularly interested in helping employers get their workplace relationships right.
Rev Paul Arnott
Paul Arnott grew up in the Baptist church in Hobart. He has worked in tourism; as an ABC current affairs journalist; is an ordained Anglican minister, having ministered in five Tasmanian parishes; was Victorian CMS State Director for 11 years and the former Executive Director of Churches of Christ Community Care in Victoria and Tasmania. He became CMA's Executive Director of Q4COnnection in February 2016 and earlier this year became a Kids Hope mentor. Paul is the author of two books, No Time To Say Goodbye, and Live the Moment, and served on the board of Acorn Press for 14 years. He is married to Rosanne and has three adult daughters. Paul has a passion to enable Australian Christians to use their talents and life experience to proclaim Christ in daily life.
Jane Edge
Jane has over 25 years' experience in high impact roles focused on social change and sustainable development. She possesses a unique blend of senior executive/CEO/Board and leadership development experience, with responsibility for multi-million dollar operations and up to 450 staff. Jane has a track record of enabling growth and excellence through developing people, implementing change and improving program and operational performance in NGOs from $7M to $500M. Since July 2015 she has served as CEO of CBM, Australia's leading international development organisation focused on breaking the cycle of poverty and disability. Previously, Jane worked as CEO of ChildFund Australia, Regional Director-Asia for ChildFund International, and in various media roles. Jane has a passion for making a lasting, positive difference by enabling others to be agents of change.
Liam Glover
Liam Glover has served as the Executive Director of Arrow Leadership since March 2012. Prior to commencing vocational ministry in 2000, Liam worked in the field of commerce and law in the public, corporate and not for profit sectors. During the years serving as the founding church leader of a suburban church in south-west Brisbane, he also worked as a church and not for profit organisational consultant, specialising in leadership and effecting change, working with over 20 denominations across Australia. Liam has qualifications in commerce, law, finance and divinity, and has completed his Doctoral studies through Fuller CA. Liam is vitalised by his relationship with his wife, Rachel and loves drinking good coffee with friends. Liam enjoys teaching and learning, drumming, participating in extreme races, exercising and cheering for his sons at sporting events.
Stephen Kerr
Steve joined as the Executive Director of the CMA Standards Council in February 2016, in a part time role. The remainder of his work week is spent in his role as a lawyer. With a career starting in commercial litigation, and then for the last 20 years in general corporate and commercial law, he was previously a Senior Partner at Freehills, before taking his current position as a Senior Partner at HWL Ebsworth. He has helped establish and advise many not-for-profit organisations and has considerable professional experience in governance and compliance matters. He, his wife Kate and three adult children are actively involved in church life at St Hilary's Anglican Church in Kew, Victoria, and he has served on a variety of church and ministry boards and committees, including his current role, of almost ten years, on the board of Overseas Council Australia.
Mrs Emma Penzo
Emma is a corporate and marketing strategist with extensive experience in the banking and financial services sector. She has 15 years' experience in dealing with Boards as a senior executive and Board member. She works as a consultant, is a company director, and is undertaking doctoral research on the role of faith in driving the strategies of NGOs at the University of Sydney Business School.
Fraser Holt
Chartered Accountant, Certified Financial Planner and a director of rdl.accountants Pty Ltd, Fraser has over 30 years' experience in financial services including accounting, taxation and financial planning. He has served on investment committees and boards with organisations that manage significant financial assets as well as advising a wide range of clients at rdl.accountants.
Mr Andrew Boer
Andrew leads the organisational client division of Moores and works primarily on affordable housing and commercial property projects. Andrew enjoys solving problems and being creative in devising strategies and possibilities to help clients achieve their goals. Andrew's clients include independent schools, church property trusts, property developers, housing associations and government authorities.
Neil Milton
Prior to joining the ChildSafe team in 2017, Neil pastored churches for more than 15 years while working in the non-profit industry. His desire is to see children and vulnerable people cared for in safe environments. He works passionately to build awareness and partnerships for the ChildSafe program with the ultimate goal to stamp out abuse or harm to children.
Dr Ruth Knight
Dr Ruth Knight is a researcher and lecturer in nonprofit management and social enterprise at QUT's Australian Centre for Philanthropy and Nonprofit Studies. Ruth has extensive experience in nonprofit leadership roles and has spent many years researching how workplace culture can achieve engaged workforces and organisational sustainability. Her special interests are measuring social outcomes and developing high performing leaders and teams. Ruth is on a mission to advance quality research and practice in the sector to enable organisations create effective strategies that improve their impact.
Dr Jerry White
A retired Major General of the US Air Force, Dr. Jerry White is President Emeritus and Board Chair Emeritus of The Navigators, an international Christian organization with over 4,000 staff ministering in 105 countries, working with college students, military personnel, business and professional people and churches.
Steve Fogg
Steve has over 20 years experience in the creative industry as a designer, creative director and as a design agency owner. He led the communications team for a decade at Crossway church in Melbourne growing its social media following to over 135,000. Steve envisioned Crossway's online campus and led his team which grew it to over 3,500 weekly attenders from 120 different countries each week. He blogs about church and nonprofit digital marketing on his blog - stevefogg.com. Steve is currently Head of Marketing at Generous and Heartburst Digital. He is passionate about helping charities and churches increase their giving to fulfil their mission.
Richard Thompson
Rich Thompson is Director of the creative agency Cadence Media (www.cadencemedia.com.au). Cadence specialises in creative media - web, video, campaign work, and design - alongside with digital strategy involving social media, email marketing and automation. Rich is passionate about seeing those in Kingdom work engage and communicate in more effective ways using the power of the digital platform.
Mr Murray Baird
Murray Baird has been General Counsel at the ACNC since its inception. Before that he was a specialist Charity and Governance lawyer in Melbourne. At the ACNC Murray has been responsible for the functions of Law, Policy, Registrations, Compliance, Annual Reporting, and Red Tape Reduction. He has advised on charity law and regulation in Europe, America, Asia and the Middle East. As well as advising, writing and presenting on not-for-profit legal issues, Murray has acted in several leading cases in the field of charity law. Murray also has practical experience of not-for-profit issues through a number of leadership and governance roles in the sector.
Tarran Deane
Tarran Deane AFAIM is Australia's Corporate Cinderella, leading c-suite executives and senior managers to increase their personal effectiveness, capability, communication and commercial savviness. Bringing a maverick edge, and entrepreneurial trends to established businesses and organisations, Tarran boldly challenges, honours and equips people to shift the performance of their organisation's people, practice and profit.  Author of "The Alphabet Principle ~ Your A-Z Guide to Being a Compelling Leader", Tarran's warmth, humour and 43,000 hours in leadership combine to help diverse industries embrace values, technology, strategic and operational planning, with attraction and engagement methods has positioned her as a MediaStable Expert Commentator.

Tarran & her husband Dave are passionately committed to their local Church 'Ganggalah' in Tweed Heads.

Gary Hoag
Dr Gary Hoag has dedicated his life to encouraging Christian generosity as the Generosity Monk. He provides spiritual and strategic counsel to denominational leaders on nurturing a culture of generosity in local church settings and helps ministry leaders rally God's people to participate with them in God's work. He formerly served as Vice-President of Advancement at Denver Seminary and Colorado Christian University and continues to teach at seminaries around the world. He coauthored The Sower: Redefining the Ministry of Raising Kingdom Resources, served as Content Review for the NIV Stewardship Study Bible, and authored chapters in other books as well as numerous articles. He has also volunteered on the following boards: Association of Theological Schools-Development and Institutional Advancement Professionals (ATS-DIAP), Christian Stewardship Association (CSA) and Christian Leadership Alliance.
Mr Peter Shields
Peter Shields is an audit and assurance partner with Saward Dawson. He has many years of experience working in various capacities with commercial and not-for-profit organisations. Peter is a Fellow of the Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand (CA ANZ), is the chairperson of the Audit Advisory Committee for CA ANZ, a member of the CA ANZ Audit Module Advisory Panel and the Australian Audit Standard Board Roundtable Group. Peter also is invited to provide input to the Australian Accounting Standard Board on matters impacting the not-for-profit and SME sectors and is a member of the ACNC Professional Advisor Group. Peter has also been involved with a number of board and audit committees.
Jeff Tulk
Jeff Tulk is an audit and assurance partner with Saward Dawson with over 20 years experience in the oversight and conduct of audit engagements, both large and small. Jeff is a financial reporting specialist and was previously a technical director for a large national accounting firm. He has advised many organisation on their financial reporting and governance obligations. Jeff is a member of the Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand (CA ANZ), a graduate member of the AICD and a regular facilitator for the Governance Institute's Certificate in Governance for Not-for-profits. Jeff is a member of the CMA Standards Panel.
Omar Djoeandy
Omar likes to say he is CIA – not the group that chase terrorists - but Chinese ethnically, born in Indonesia and an Australian since 10. He studied Medicine at University of New South Wales in Sydney and attained a Master of Divinity (MDiv) at NEGST (Nairobi Evangelical Graduate School of Theology) in Kenya. He served as an Associate Pastor at Nairobi Chapel, an inter-denominational church that grew from about 800 people in 1998 to over 2,500 in 2003. Omar wrote “Redefining Success” and 24, 500 copies were printed in Kenya. He began serving as SIM Australia Executive Director in 2004. Omar is married to Kay, originally from USA, and they have three children. He has visited 25 countries including Bolivia, Brazil, Kenya, Nigeria, PNG, Pakistan, Indonesia, Malaysia and Thailand.
Peter Wilson
Peter has over 30 years' experience advising organisations on Employment/Workplace laws and as a Human Resources Executive in a range of organisations. He provides legal advice and HR consulting services to organisations on the full range of people related matters. Peter is a trusted adviser on people-related issues for many churches, schools and other charities.
Claire Madden
Claire is a social researcher, media commentator, keynote presenter, TEDx speaker, and business consultant. As the founder of the strategy and communications agency, Hello Clarity, she is skilled in identifying emerging trends and assisting business leaders to respond to them. With qualifications in communications and postgraduate studies in leadership, Claire brings robust, research-based content to her presentations and consulting. She is on the Advisory Board of the UTS Business School and the board of a financial services company. As well as delivering keynote presentations at conferences here and overseas, Claire runs corporate and NFP training days, and panels across an array of industries. She is uniquely placed as an expert on social trends, organisational culture and generational engagement.
Dr Graham Leo
Graham is a member of Robina Anglican Church, Gold Coast, Queensland. He most recently served for 18 years as Principal of Emmanuel College, a Christian K-12 school of over 1700 students, from which he retired at the end of 2013. Together with his wife, Mieke, they have three children, and nine grandchildren. Graham holds both Arts and Education degrees from the University of Queensland, a Master of Education from the University of Tasmania, and a Doctor of Ministry degree. Graham is also a Graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors. He has studied in Oxford (UK), at Wycliffe Hall as part of the RZIM Institute. He currently does occasional consulting roles in coaching, Board and CEO appraisal and performance advice, and Strategic Planning. He also occasionally lectures at Christian Heritage College in the Education faculty, and to Theology students at Trinity College in Brisbane. Graham is an avid reader and writer. Further details and some of his writing are available on his personal website, www.thethinkingleader.org
Grant Dibden
Grant is the Australian Navigators National Director. He also provides some leadership for the Navigators in the Asia Pacific Region where he overseas their work in Tonga and North India as well as all Navigator missions in the 26 countries of the Asia Pacific Region. Prior to joining the Navigators full time, he spent 26 years in the Army as a logistic specialist, rising to the rank of Colonel.
Nicholas Marks
Nicholas has been married to Michelle for 21 years and is a father of two teenage children. Starting off his working life in a surfboard factory sweeping the floors taught him the value of hard work and not taking yourself too seriously. Nicholas has been the CEO of aifc for the past 5 years. Prior to this Nicholas has previously worked in public health, business consulting, Federal Government, and a number of start-up organisations. Nicholas serves as a board director for the Australian Council of Private Education and Training, is a Member of the AICD, and is an accredited Coach, trainer and public speaker. Nicholas is currently studying a Masters of Leadership at Fuller Seminary. Knowing God's Grace and restoration first hand, Nicholas is passionate about people knowing God and living centered, transformed lives in Jesus Christ, steward leadership, building healthy organisations, and helping people walk in their calling.
Miss Diann Feldman
Diann is an experienced and accredited leadership and organisational development Consultant. Her background encompasses Theology, Organisational Psychology, Coaching/Mentoring, Adult Learning, Management and Leadership including 22 years experience as a consultant across business, large corporate, government and not-for-profit. As a researcher, designer, community engagement practitioner, process facilitator, presenter and evaluator, Di brings to any project methodologies that produce effective outcomes, innovation, and structure, whilst also fostering learning which is relevant, practical and results oriented. Diann is a regular guest speaker for conferences, community and business groups, and professional organisations. Her work through organisational reviews from governance to operations, structure to strategy to frontline outcome focused implementation, and incorporating relationship and human capital enabler have proven to position organisations well for their future. Her consulting work in the governance (corporate, government and not-for-profit) spans 15 years. Her first governance role was as President of a Professional Association in her late 20's, and she was the first female head of a regional chapter of the Australian Institute of Management in her early 30's.
Terry Leister
Terry Leister GAICD is a Software industry insider with 30 years' experience across Australia, South East Asia, United States and Canada, adept at understanding and explaining digital disruption. Terry has built his career in business software by bridging the gap between technology and business outcomes. Since entering the IT market in 1983, Terry has gained experience in International companies such as IBM Ltd, and local companies such as Pronto Software Limited in Sales, Channels, Market Development and General Management.

While continuing to serve as a business mentor and technology strategist, Terry is also an experienced non-executive director, having previously served on the boards of the Sydney Anglican Schools Corporation, the Synod of the Anglican Diocese of Sydney, and St Andrew's Cathedral School. Currently he lives in Brisbane, and serves on the board of Unichurch QLD, and as Director and Company Secretary of Brisbane School of Theology.

Mr Andrew Lind
Andrew is a Director of Corney & Lind Lawyers based in Brisbane. Andrew has worked in a top tier national law firm and then as a partner of a medium sized CBD firm (acting for private enterprise, not for profits and Government owned corporations).  Andrew has served on many charity and not-for-profit boards and church leadership teams (including as a lead pastor of local church). He currently serves as a director for a number of Christian colleges. Andrew heads the Commercial team for Corney & Lind and serves his clients in the areas of Commercial Law, Charity & Not for Profit Law, Estate and Succession Planning. Currently Andrew serves as Deputy Chair Queensland Law Society Not-for-Profit Law Committee, Member of the ACNC Professional Users Group, Expert witness in Canberra to the Australian Senate Economics Committee and regularly presents technical papers.
Alistair Macpherson
Alistair leads the Corney & Lind Lawyers Litigation team. He has extensive experience in a wide range of law, including employment, discrimination, government contracting, dispute resolution, litigation and criminal law. Alistair has advised during complex, high value negotiations, tenders and contract documents. He assists churches, schools and ministries on a range of issues. Alistair has appeared as advocate in numerous Tribunals and Courts, including the Queensland Civil and Administrative Tribunal; the Mental Health Tribunal; Fair Work Australia; the Queensland Industrial Relations Commission; the Anti-Discrimination Tribunal; in all Courts, and more recently at the Sexual Abuse Royal Commission. He has undertaken extensive PeaceWise Dispute Resolution training as a Conflict Coach and Mediator, and serves as a Queensland Baptist Church Board member.
Sam Burnett
Prior to joining Prolegis, Sam worked as a Senior Legal Officer at the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse, focusing on hearings involving religious institutions. Sam was a contributing writer of the religious institutions volume of the final report, and was involved in developing recommendations for religious institutions.
Bruce Burgess
Bruce Burgess is the National Director of PeaceWise and is Australia's first Certified Christian Conciliator. He holds degrees in Arts, Law, Christian Studies and Theology and is an international conference speaker. Bruce's training expertise centres particularly on organisations such as churches, Christian schools, para-church ministries and Christian businesses and workplaces. He has a passion for seeing both adults and kids' lives transformed by the power of the gospel of peace, for building relational cultures of peace in organisations and communities and for seeing God break through to repair, restore and sustain healthy relationships.
Just some of the 300+ delegates who came to our 2018 conference. Visit our 2019 site for next year's event!
National Sales Support Officer, Media Sales Australia ~ Managing Director, Churches of Christ Financial Services Ltd ~ Bursar, Pacific Coast Christian School ~ Director, Cooloola Christian College ~ Director, MPG Equip ~ Finance Director, Church Missionary Society - Australia Ltd ~ COO, The Bush Church Aid Soc ~ Executive Pastor, Overflow Church Medowie ~ PA to National Director, CMA ~ Finance Manager, The Babes Project ~ Speaker Coach MC , www.tarrandeane.com ~ Director, rdl Accountants ~ Chair, Power to Change & Global Aid Network ~ Principal, HillSide Christian College ~ Regional Officer QLD/NNSW, Bush Church Aid Society of Australia ~ Director, Mueller College ~ Director, Anglican Aid ~ Partner, Corney & Lind Lawyers ~ Senior Manager - Major Partnerships, CBM Australia ~ Executive Pastor, City on a Hill ~ Chair of Board , PeaceWise ~ Business Development Leader, ChildSafe ~ Human Resource Manager, CityLife Church ~ Principal, Moores ~ State Director, Global Interaction ~ Project Manager, Entrust Foundation ~ Arrow Leader, Arrow Leadership ~ Chairman, Genesis Foundation ~ Director, Wycliffe Australia ~ Business Manager, Toowoomba Christian College ~ Partnership Director, Christians Against Poverty Australia ~ Company Secretary, Grace Communion International ~ Deacon , South Pine Community Church ~ CEO, CMAA (Christian Media & Arts Australia) ~ Senior Pastor, Victor Harbor Baptist ~ National Director , PeaceWise ~ Leadership Development & Community Impact, CityLife Church ~ Director and Treasurer, MAF Australia ~ Director, Margaret Scott & Associates ~ Financial Controller, Compassion Australia ~ Scientist/Speaker, Creation Ministries International ~ Chairman, Youth for Christ ~ International President Emeritus, The Navigators ~ Finance Manager, Apostolic Church Australia ~ Assistant Group Business Manager, Pacific Group of Schools ~ Northern Relationship Manager, ChildSafe ~ National Relationship Manager, Churches of Christ Financial Services Ltd ~ Administrator, Birkdale Baptist Church ~ Founder and Director, Innovation Edge ~ CEO, Brown Box Digital ~ CEO, Intercultural Training Australia ~ Professor Emeritus, QUT ~ Company Secretary, WEC International ~ Chief Financial Officer, Empart ~ Church Board Member, Clayton Church of Christ ~ Partner, Saward Dawson Chartered Accountants ~ National Director, FamilyVoice Australia ~ CEO, Christian Venues Association ~ Campus Pastor, CrossLife - a baptist church ~ Executive Officer, Media Sales Australia ~ Business Manager, Outback Futures ~ Chief Financial Officer, Churches of Christ Financial Services Ltd ~ Director, Power to Change ~ Chair, Solutions 4 Learning ~ General Manager, Prison Fellowship Australia ~ CEO, Plymouth Brethren Christian Church ~ General Manager Business Operations , Concern Australia ~ WBTA Senior manager / YFC Board , Wycliffe Bible Translators and Youth For Christ ~ General Manager, CCCVaT ~ National Director, Youth for Christ ~ Principal, Prolegis Lawyers ~ CEO, Churches of Christ ~ Business Development , Alphacrucis College ~ Key Relationships Manager, Hope Media ~ CEO, Bible Society Australia ~ Commissioner, Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission ~ Principal, Lewis Holdway Lawyers ~ Chief Operations Officer, Vision Christian Media ~ Lay Leader, Encounter Church Asia ~ International Liaison, ECFA ~ Managing Director , Loan Market ~ Clinical Supervisor, Outback Futures ~ Executive Pastor Mission & Corporate Services, Bridge Church ~ National Director, Grace Communion International ~ Chair, Qld Christian Religious Instruction Network ~ Advancement Director, Alphacrucis College ~ Business Manager, Christian Brethren Trust ~ Finance Director, City on a Hill ~ Executive Director, Habitat for Humanity Victoria ~ Secretary/Director, Prison Fellowship Australia ~ Partner, Corney & Lind Lawyers ~ Director, Eagle HR Consulting ~ CEO, Aboriginal Evangelical Fellowship of Aus ~ Executive Director, Elam Ministries Australia ~ Head of Corporate Services , Seventh-day Adventist Church ~ Chief Executive Officer, Baptist Insurance Services Ltd. ~ Director, Lewis Counsel ~ Marketing Consultant, Clarety ~ Senior Minister, St Stephen's Anglican Coorparoo ~ Chairman, Aboriginal Evangelical Fellowship of Aus ~ Managing Director, Reventure Ltd. ~ National Director, Australian Baptist Ministries ~ ED Q4Connection, CMA ~ Consultant, Uniting Church - WA ~ CEO, IFLA ~ Team Leader QLD Branch, Bethel Funerals ~ Media and Development Manager, Dunham+Company ~ State Manager - Queensland, Prison Fellowship Australia ~ Managing Director, Creation Ministries International ~ CEO, aifc ~ BDUM, Ansvar Insurance ~ Finance Manager , NewHope Baptist Church ~ Chairperson, CMA ~ General Manager Risk Solutions, Ansvar Insurance ~ Head of Finance & Administration, Baptist Churches Western Australia ~ Business Manager, Robert Menzies College ~ Campus Director, Alphacrucis College ~ National Director, The Navigators ~ Director, Cadence Media ~ Chairman, Clayton Church of Christ ~ CEO, TEAR Australia ~ Manager, ANIP ~ Director, Reposition ~ Senior Lawyer, Moores ~ CEO, Wealth with Purpose ~ Business Manager, Bridgeman Baptist Community Church ~ Head of Donor Relations, Youthworks ~ National Director, SIM Australia ~ Executive Pastor, Crosslife ~ Board Chair, aifc ~ Director, Wycliffe Bible Translators ~ State Director/CEO, Scripture Union NSW ~ Business Development Manager, Christian Super ~ Manager Insurance Operations, Baptist Insurance Services Ltd. ~ CEO, Korus Connect ~ General Manager, Ansvar Insurance ~ State Executive Member, Australian Christian Churches ~ CEO, Concern Australia ~ CEO, Fusion Australia ~ Partner , Occulus International ~ Business Manager, CityLife Church ~ Director, Baptist Financial Services ~ Professor of Economics and Dean of Business, Alphacrucis College ~ Accountant, Add Ministry Inc ~ CFO, Korus Connect ~ Chairman, Mt Tamborine Conference Centre ~ CFO, Sinclair Brook ~ Senior Association and Head of Not-for-Profit, Lewis Holdway Lawyers ~ Insurance Manager, Faith Insurance ~ Financial Controller, C3Church Sydney Ltd ~ UX & Design, Brown Box Digital ~ Board of Elders, Gateway Baptist Church ~ CFO, Mueller College ~ Regional Director Qld, aifc ~ Philanthropy Officer, QUT Institute of Health and Biomedical Innovation ~ CEO, Entrust Foundation ~ Director, Baptist Insurance Services Ltd. ~ National Director, Assembly of Confessing Congregations ~ Board Deputy Chair, CMS QNNSW ~ Business Manager, Anglican Parish of Dalkeith ~ Executive Officer , Churches Housing Inc ~ Account Director, Corporate Risks, Edgewise Insurance Brokers Pty Ltd ~ Public Affairs & Religious Liberty, Seventh-day Adventist Church South Pacific ~ Principal, Providential Ventures ~ Chair, Baptist Insurance Services Ltd. ~ National Director, Missions Interlink ~ Director of Development, Haggai International ~ Interim Manager, EA Insurance Services ~ Business Manager, Life City Church ~ Senior Manager, Saward Dawson Chartered Accountants ~ Accountant, UNOH ~ Executive Coordinator , Willow Creek Australia ~ Supporter Engagement Manager, Vision Christian Media ~ Managing Director, Feldman and Associates ~ Director , Baptist Financial Services ~ Senior Business Development Manager, ACS Financial Services ~ CEO, Bethel Funerals ~ Chief Partnerships Officer, Vision Christian Media ~ Practice Manager, Tri-meridian Corporate & Commercial Law ~ Board of Elders, Gateway Baptist Church ~ CFO, Anglicare Tasmania ~ Chief Executive Officer, Sports Chaplaincy Australia ~ Executive Pastor, NewHope Baptist Church ~ Administrator, Sunnybank Baptist Church ~ Senior Pastor, Runcorn Christian Church ~ Projects Coordinator, NewHope Baptist Church ~ General Manager, MAF Australia ~ Assistant Commissioner - General Counsel, Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission ~ Chief Development Officer, Vision Christian Media ~ Director of Strategic Relationships, Empart ~ Business & Development Manager, CMA ~ Future Students, Alphacrucis College ~ Chief Executive Officer , Christian Super ~ Chief Operating Officer, Empart ~ Manager & Registrar, Malyon College ~ Director, Baptist Financial Services ~ Founder, Clarety ~ Director, Baptist Insurance Services Ltd. ~ Founder, Clarety ~ Chair, Brisbane School of Theology ~ CMS QNNSW Council Member, CMS ~ Founder / President, Empart ~ Director of Corporate Services, Global Interaction Inc ~ CEO, Belgrave Heights Convention ~ Partner, Neumann & Turnour Lawyers ~ Chief Operating Officer, Sports Chaplaincy Australia ~ Director of Strategic Partnerships, Crossway ~ Executive Director Ministry Services, Compassion Australia ~ Operations Manager, Anglican Aid ~ Senior Pastor, The Project Church ~ General Manager, Christian Youth Camps Ltd ~ CEO, Anglican Diocese of Willochra ~ Finance Manager, Arrow Leadership ~ CEO Wycliffe Relief and Development, Wycliffe Australia ~ Business Manager, Cooloola Christian College ~ CEO, The Freedom Project ~ Head of Marketing, Heartburst Digital ~ Queensland State Director, FamilyVoice Australia ~ Business/Compliance Admin, Australian Christian Lobby ~ Deputy National Director & Member Services Leader, Power to Change ~ Legal Counsel, HammondCare ~ Church Engagement Manager , CBM Australia ~ State Manager, Ansvar Insurance ~ Partner, Saward Dawson Chartered Accountants ~ Director, Baptist Insurance Services Ltd. ~ Senior Associate and Head of Workplace Relations, Lewis Holdway Lawyers ~ Finance Manager, MAF Australia ~ Assistant to the CFO, Seventh-day Adventist Church South Pacific ~ CEO, Payton Foundation ~ National Director, William Wilberforce Foundation ~ QLD State Director, Compassion Australia ~ Chief Executive Officer, Empart ~ Church Liaison Officer, Presbyterian Church of Queensland ~ Chairman, Cooloola Christian College ~ Director Admin Services, Queensland Baptists ~ Mobiliser QLD, SIM Australia ~ Executive Director, CMA Standards Council ~ Board Member, CMA ~ CEO, Axx ~ National Director, CMA ~ Pilgrimage Consultant, Magi Pilgrimages ~ Executive Officer, Willow Creek Australia ~ Director, NewHope Community Care ~ Advocacy & Communications Director, The Freedom Project ~ Business & Operations Director, Interserve Australia ~ Chairman, Australian Not for Profit Accountants Network ~ Development Manager, The Salvation Army ~ Ministry Services Director, Gateway Baptist Church ~ CEO, Outback Futures ~ Safe Ministry Coordinator, City on a Hill ~ Director of Finance & Administration, Scripture Union Queensland ~ Executive Director, Arrow Leadership ~ CEO, The Babes Project ~ Founder and Principal, Prolegis Lawyers ~ Board Chair, Health Serve Australia ~ Administrator, Northreach Baptist Church ~ Director, Baptist Financial Services ~ Senior Pastor/CEO, HillSide Church ~ Human Resources Manager, Alphacrucis College ~ Consultant, Prolegis Lawyers ~ CEO, Mt Tamborine Conference Centre ~ Director, Brisbane School of Theology ~ Panel Member, CMA Standards Council ~ Financial Controller, Alphacrucis College ~ CEO, CBM Australia ~ Director, What'sOn Consulting ~ Principal, Toowoomba Christian College ~ National Relations Manager, Reach Beyond ~ Executive Director, AusHEAL ~ Director of Finance & Administration, Baptist Union of Victoria ~ CEO, Baptist Financial Services ~ Director of Governance , Churches of Christ in Qld ~ Creative Director, Cadence Media ~ CEO, Steer Incorporated ~ Chief Operations Officer, Eastern College Australia ~ Executive Assistant to the Principal, Qld Theological College ~ National Networking Manager, Baptist Financial Services ~
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