Our Governance

Our members

The current members of the company are the Melbourne Anglican Diocesan Corporation Ltd and the Bendigo Anglican Diocesan Corporation Ltd.  New members will be admitted as the business grows.

Certificate of Registration

Constitution

Board Charter

Our directors

The directors are responsible for carrying out the company’s purposes and for managing the company’s affairs to further the purposes.

Current board members are:

Alison Goss B Adult Learning and Development, MComm (HR Management) (Chair)

Alison Goss is Director, Organisational Development at Ambulance Victoria. She is a Human Resources professional.

She is a highly accomplished senior leader with extensive strategic and operational experience in talent, culture, capability, business partnering, change management, policy, and recruitment.

Michael Shand QC FCIArb BA LLM (Melb)

Michael Shand has practised since 1980 as a barrister at the Victorian Bar in commercial and trust law and is the Chancellor of the Anglican Diocese of Melbourne.

He has been since February 2003 a fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators and a Chartered Arbitrator.

He is a former Chairman of the Victorian Bar Council and former President of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (Australia) Ltd and a former director of the Australian Centre for International Commercial Arbitration.

Ian Dallas BA LLB (Hons)

Ian Dallas is a solicitor practising at Ryan Carlisle in personal injuries law. He is the Chancellor of the Anglican Diocese of Bendigo.

Pauline Kelly BA, Dip App Psych, MAPS

Pauline Kelly is a senior psychologist with over 30 years experience working in a variety of sectors including Government, community service, not for profit organisations and health and currently has a private practice offering supervision and counselling.

She is currently a director of Anglicare Victoria, Chair of Anglicare Victoria’s Research Ethics Committee and a member of the Quality of Care board committee. She was a member of the Professional Standards Committee for the Anglican Church in Victoria for 7 years.

She previously held a position with MonashLink Community Health Service (now Link Health and Community) where she was responsible for clinical and organisational supervision of a diverse range of multidisciplinary counselling teams. These included psychological services for children, peri-natal depression counselling, family violence (women’s counselling and men’s behaviour change programs), family services, financial counselling, disordered eating service and general counselling for adults and youth.