The Board of Baptist World Aid Australia is responsible for the governance of the organisation.
Board members serve in a voluntary capacity. Some of their responsibilities include:
- setting the strategic direction for Transform Aid International and Baptist World Aid Australia,
- reviewing the performance of the organisation against targets,
- assessing the performance of the CEO
- approving the annual budget and serving on governance committees.
Read Baptist World Aid Australia and Transform Aid International's Constitutions to find out more about the processes of the Board.
Transform Aid International's Board offers 18 month internships to people interested in gaining experience in governance. Interns contribute to Board meetings and complete a research project in an area of interest to the Board.
BAPTIST WORLD AID AUSTRALIA BOARD MEMBERS
Chair of the Board
Cert Business (RMIT); Grad. Dip Management (USQ)
Joining the Board in May 2011, Mick has 30 years experience in business and management, and is currently the Regional CEO for a large global logistics company. He is a fellow of the Australian Institute of Management, Member Company Directors Institute, Fellow Customs Brokers Council of Aust and Member Australian Institute of Export. Mick is also Chair and Director of Tabor Victoria, and Director of Business for Millenium Development (assisting business to support developing countries reach their millennium goals. Mick worships at Syndal Baptist Church, Melbourne.
B. Arts (Hons) (Maquarie), Grad. Dip. Financial Services (Banking & Finance), Grad. Dip. Financial Services (Financial Planning), also a participant in leadership programs including INSEA (Europe), ING Business School and AGSM (UNSW).
John joined Baptist World Aid Australia in July 2010, bringing with him over two decades of international business experience. He worked as a General Manager and member of the Executive Board of ING Bank Australia and was the CEO of financial services institutions, including Newcastle Permanent. John and his family attend Thrive Church (a member of the Baptist Union of NSW), where he serves as Treasurer and a member of the Church Advisory Committee.
B Commerce, (UWA) Chartered Accountant
Paul has over 20 years of accounting and finance experience, spanning audit and assurance and corporate finance with Deloitte, and business management in the independent school sector. Paul is currently the Director of Business at South Coast Baptist College. Paul originally joined the Board in May 2009. In May 2014 he resigned to work in India. His return to Australia saw him re-appointed as a member of the Board in November 2015.