+ LYNETTE GLENDINNING
CHAIR, PHILANTHROPY COMMITTEE
BA (PSYCH), DIP ED USYD
Director since April 2015
Lynette is founding Director of Tempo Strategies, a national consultancy in organisational and executive development.
She has consulted with CEOs, boards and executives of more than 200 Australian organisations. She has also consulted to a number of Bishops in the Anglican Church, Anglican boards and several other welfare entities. Lynette is a parishioner and Parish Nominator at St Paul’s Manuka in Canberra and a board member of the Australian Centre for Christianity and Culture.
Originally a psychologist working in residential rehabilitation for young offenders and addicts, Lynette is committed to social justice and supporting vulnerable people.
+ DR BILL ANSCOMBE
DR BILL ANSCOMBE
DEPUTY PRESIDING MEMBER
CHAIR, RISK AND COMPLIANCE COMMITTEE
Director since April 2014
Dr Bill Anscombe is a Senior Lecturer in Social Work and Human Services at Charles Sturt University in WaggaWagga.
Bill has twenty years’ experience in community corrections within the NSW Department of Corrective Services. He was selected for the Department’s Senior Executive Development Program and joined Charles Sturt University in 1993.
For several years, he operated in a joint appointment between the University and the NSW Government as Director of Child and Family Services (Western NSW). In 2004 he was a member of a National Government Review Team.
Bill is also Chair and President of St Martin’s College.
+ JOCELYN MARTIN
CHAIR, FINANCE + AUDIT COMMITTEE
Director since August 2014
Jocelyn is Chief of Executive Corporate Services for the Housing Industry Association (HIA).
She was previously Principal and Academic Dean of the Australian International Hotel School, Business Manager of Radford College in Canberra and Secretary to the Board of Anglican Independent Schools.
Jocelyn has a Bachelor of Commerce from the University of New South Wales (UNSW), a Masters in Business Management/Accounting from The University of Canberra (UC) and a Graduate Diploma in Corporate Governance.
+ SUE WEST
Director since October 2011
Sue is Chair of Anglicare Western NSW and Bathurst Diocese’s representative on the Board.
Her background is in nursing but Sue is best known as an ALP Senator for NSW between 1987 and 2002. She was Deputy President of the Senate from 1997 until 2002.
Sue has been a member of many bodies including the Greater Western Health Advisory Health Council, the Ministerial Advisory Committee on Hearing, and the Regional Communities Consultative Council.
She is currently Deans’ Warden at All Saints Cathedral Bathurst, a member of the Bathurst Diocese’s Bishop in Council and the Anglican Provincial Community Services Commission (NSW).
+ THE REV’D CANON MARGARET CAMPBELL
THE REV’D CANON MARGARET CAMPBELL
Director since April 2015
Margaret is Rector of the Holy Covenant Parish in Jamison, ACT and previously Rector of the Parish in Crookwell, NSW. Prior to these appointments, she was in ministry at St John’s in Reid, ACT from 2008 to 2013 as Deacon and then as Associate Priest. She has been Canon of St Saviour’s Cathedral, Bishop’s Diocesan Alpha Coordinator and is a current member of Bishop in Council.
Margaret also has a passion for youth ministry.
+ DR DAWN CASEY
DR DAWN CASEY
Hon DLitt, Hon DPhil, Hon DA
Board Member since April 2017
Dr Dawn Casey is internationally-recognised as a visionary in the promotion of Indigenous culture, especially for her groundbreaking work as the Director of the National Museum of Australia. Dr Casey is an accomplished administrator and chief executive, having succeeded in a number of high profile roles in Commonwealth Government as well as leading three Museums over a 15 year period. Throughout her career she led the Powerhouse Museum in Sydney, was CEO of Western Australia Museum and Director of the National Museum of Australia (NMA).
She won a Public Service Medal for outstanding public service, in recognition of her work establishing the NMA. Dr Casey is currently Chief Operating Officer for NACCHO (The National Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation) and was formerly Chair of the Indigenous Land Corporation and Chair of Indigenous Business Australia.
In both 2012 and 2015 she was selected as one of the Westpac/Financial Review “100 Women of Influence”.
+ ALEXANDRA SPARK
ALEXANDRA “SANDY” SPARK
Board Member since 2017
Sandy’s working career has involved providing financial statement assurance and advisory services to Australian and international clients.
Throughout her 20 years experience she has developed a deep knowledge of the non-for-profit sector, particularly with religious organisations in NSW and the ACT. She has most recently provided financial statement audit services to Reconciliation Australia, Canberra Girls Grammar School, (The Roman Catholic) Archdiocese of Canberra & Goulburn and the Catholic Development Fund (Archdiocese of Canberra & Goulburn).
Sandy is currently Canberra Area Committee Member for CMS (Church Mission Society), Board Member at Forrest Primary School and Honorary Financial Statement Auditor of Friends of Brain Injured Children.
Sandy and her family currently attend Stromlo Christian Church.