BA Hons, LLB Hons, ThA Hons
Mr Hammond has over 30 years' experience as a banking and finance lawyer, and was a partner King & Wood Mallesons for over 27 years. Since retiring from the firm in 2014, he has taken up a number of roles in academia, banking and finance and the not-for-profit sector. His current rules include being an Honorary Fellow with the Applied Finance Centre at Macquarie University and a board member of the Australian College of Theology, G&C Mutual Bank, the Glebe Administration Board, New Churches for New Communities, Olive Tree Media, Opportunity International Australia and the Sydney Diocesan Secretariat. He is a member of Macquarie Anglican Churches.
Bus Fin & Ed, CFA
Mr Clancy has been a member of Cherrybrook Anglican Church for the past 18 years and has served in a number of capacities, including on Parish Council. He is currently the Chief Executive Officer of Qantas Super and a Director of the Association of Superannuation Funds of Australia. He has over 20 years’ experience in the investment industry as both an investment practitioner and a business leader. In these capacities, Mr Clancy has developed strong governance, financial and analytical skills.
Prior to Bishop Edwards’ theological studies he worked in banking and finance. He has ministered in Quakers Hill, Engadine Adelaide and Brussels. He returned to Australia in 2012 to work as the Director of Mission for Anglican Retirement Villages (Anglicare), until his appointment as Bishop of North Sydney in March 2014.
B. Com, Dip BM, CA, GAICD
Mrs Elder trained in accounting and finance, and has spent her professional career in the property industry, including with Lend Lease Corporation. She is a Chartered Accountant and a Graduate Member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors. Mrs Elder is an active member of St John's Anglican Church, Asquith.
BTP, M.Econ, FAICD
Mr Hicks is head of Asset Management for CP2, managing some of Australia's largest private transport assets. He was previously CFO of Leighton Contractors. He possesses deep commercial, building and financial experience and more than ten years’ experience as a board member on several not-for-profit and commercial boards. He is chairman of SCEGGS Darlinghurst and a member of St Thomas' North Sydney.
Mr Koo was born in Australia after his parents migrated from Malaysia. He worked as a doctor in both the public hospital system and private practice before training for ministry. He is passionate about reaching people across cultures. He has served at St Paul’s Anglican Church Carlingford and North Rocks since 2005, becoming the Senior Minister in 2014.
FCHSM, PhD, MPhil, B.A
Dr Kurti is National Director of Economic and Social Advisory at Urbis, an Australian consulting firm, and in that capacity advises state and federal governments on a range of public policy issues, including health, aged care, and community services. Prior to joining Urbis, Dr Kurti was the Executive Director of the Anglican Board of Mission - Australia, where she had previously served on the Board. Originally from the United States, Dr Kurti holds qualifications in music, theology, counselling and public health and has worked in health research and advisory roles in England and Australia. She attends St Luke's Mosman.
B.Sc, ACA, Dip.Th
Mr Mitchell had over 30 years’ experience as a Chartered Accountant with PricewaterhouseCoopers in a variety of senior positions including over 20 years as a partner. He undertook theological studies between 2009 and 2012. Mr Mitchell is a director of the Anglican Schools Corporation and was previously a member of the General Synod’s Diocesan Financial Advisory Group (2008-2015) and is a member of St Matthew’s Anglican Church in Manly where he has been Treasurer since 2010.
MBBS, FRACGP, B. Th, MA (Theol)
Ms Powell is a Cross Cultural worker in the Georges River Region and former Associate Minister of St Paul’s Anglican Church Castle Hill. Prior to theological study she was a medical doctor with experience in both hospital and general practice. Ms Powell is a member of the Georges River Regional Council and Chaplain to Students at Moore Theological College. She is a member of Good Shepherd Anglican Church, Greenacre.
B.Com, CA, GAICD
Mr Steward is a member of Waitara Anglican Church. He is also a member of the Finance Committee of Standing Committee, a member and Treasurer of the Northern Regional Council of the Diocese of Sydney. He has had careers in chartered accountancy with KPMG and senior commercial and finance roles, including CFO of a major multinational logistics business. He has also held a number of governance roles as an executive member of company Boards, leadership of not-for-profit organisations and committees and an advisory role to a Christian School Board.
Ross Pendlebury has been with Anglicare / ARV for 22 years. Over this time his various roles have encompassed management of: residential care and retirement living; quality systems; marketing and fundraising; volunteering; ministry and mission and; strategy development. For the past 17 years his role has also included providing governance support to the Board and its various committees. His current position is Company Secretary. Prior to working for Anglicare/ARV Ross worked in hospital and health service management at various hospitals in Sydney and country NSW. He holds a degree in Health Services (Management). Ross and his family are members of Dural District Anglican Churches.