Phil Cave AM
Tim Sims AM
Ex-Officio : Archbishop Glenn Davies
Glenn Gardner AM
Glenn graduated from Moore Theological College in 1969 and served in various ministry roles within the Diocese of Sydney. In 1988 he joined the staff of The NSW Society for Crippled Children (now Northcott Disability Services) and for the next 25 years was involved in executive positions in the disability sector. For 14 years he was a member of the CEO Circle. In 2009 he was appointed a Member in the Order of Australia (AM). Glenn is a member of St Philip’s Church, South Turramurra, where he serves as an Honorary Minister.
Philip Bell OAM
For many years Philip was the Managing Director of a group of companies involved in printing, publishing, graphic design and marketing. He is now the Executive Chairman of Growth Coaching International, involved in leadership development and training in the education sector. In 2013 Philip was awarded the Medal in the Order of Australia (OAM). He is a member of St Andrew’s Church, Roseville. (Retired 30 April 2019)
Amanda has been involved in Sydney Anglican parish and diocesan ministry for over 30 years including as a ministry wife and as Development Officer for Moore College and Mary Andrews College. She currently serves on the Wollongong Regional Council and the Endowment of the See Committee and attends St Luke’s Miranda where she is a member of the Parish Council, Synod Representative and leads a Bible study group.
Nicola is a Chartered Accountant and has held a number of senior executive positions in banking and financial markets. Nicola currently contributes financial and management accounting technical expertise to the CA program for Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand. Nicola is a member of the Standing Committee of Synod, Chair of Robert Menzies College, and an independent advisor to the Risk and Audit & Compliance Committees of Local Government Super. Nicola has previously held board roles with Meriden Girls School and Qantas Superannuation Fund. She is a member of St Thomas’ Church, North Sydney. (Retired 27 May 2019)
Dr Glenn Davies
Archbishop of Sydney, Ex-officio
Glenn was a high school teacher before undertaking theological studies in the USA. He was ordained in Sydney in 1981 and served as an Assistant Minister at Willoughby. In 1983 he joined the lecturing staff at Moore College and while there undertook further theological studies in the UK. He became the Rector of Miranda in 1995. He was appointed Bishop of North Sydney in 2002. For thirteen years he served as Canon Theologian of the Diocese of Ballarat. In August 2013 Glenn was elected Archbishop of Sydney, becoming at the same time Metropolitan of NSW. New Churches for New Communities was established in 2015 on his personal initiative.
Peter Janssen OAM
Peter spent most of his career as CEO of an Australian based manufacturer of electrical and electronic components. He is a Foundation Fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and has extensive board experience with private, government and start up organisations.
In January 2018 Peter was awarded a Medal in the Order of Australia (OAM) in the Australia Day Honours List. He is married with four children and attends Christ Church, St Ives.
Ewen Crouch AM
Ewen Crouch is a director of Westpac Banking Corporation and BlueScope Steel Ltd. He was a Partner at Allens from 1988 to 2013 and served as a member of the firm’s board for 11 years, including four years as Chairman of Partners. He is now a Consultant to Allens. Ewen served as a director of Mission Australia from 1995 and as Chairman from 2009, before retiring in November 2016. From 2010 to 2015, he was a member of the Takeovers Panel. In 2013, Ewen was appointed a Member of the Order of Australia. Ewen currently serves on the Commonwealth Remuneration Tribunal, the Law Committee of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and the Corporations Committee of the Law Council of Australia. He is a member of St Thomas’ Church, North Sydney.