Boyne Alley (Chair)
Working for some years with World Vision in senior Australian and international roles, Boyne also has senior executive retail and banking experience. He is Fellow of the Australian CPAs, Fellow of the Chartered Secretaries Institute, Associate Fellow of the Australian Institute of Management, and an alumni of the Harvard Business School of Management. Among other Board memberships, Boyne is a board member of Light FM Inc (89.9 Light FM – Melbourne)
Raymond Chow (Deputy Chair)
As a mathematics lecturer at the University of Hong Kong , Raymond was involved in curriculum reform. He has published mathematics textbooks at various levels. In Australia, Raymond founded the Rejoice Chinese Christian Communication Centre Inc in Melbourne. He completed his Master of Divinity degree at Melbourne College of Divinity, and is in ministry to the Chinese community in Australia. He founded “Sameway”, the Chinese community magazine that presently distributes 22,000 copies Australia-wide, each week.
David is trained in theology, psychology, and social sciences. His experience covers drug and alcohol counselling, tertiary-level lecturing, academic administration, and management or governance with various not for profit organizations. He also served as an elected Councillor with the City of Melbourne, holding the Community Services and Arts & Culture portfolios. Currently, he heads up Sophia Think Tank, an initiative of Bible Society Australia. Married to Debbie, they have four children and 13 grandchildren. David is passionate about social justice that creates equality and inclusiveness.
Bob qualified as an accountant and used this capability as a change manager in manufacturing and service industries. During the latter stages of his career he entered into Christian mission with ACCESS Ministries, Light Melbourne, Careforce Church Mount Evelyn, and was National Director TWR Australia between 2005 and 2010. Since 2010 he has headed up the development of The Australian Media Engagement Project, which was birthed out of the mission of TWR. He is also a Board member of P4T Inc (community development, media, education & thought leadership initiatives) and EA Foundation. He also has an interest in language exchange and cultural connection. Bob is married to Gail. They have two children and five grandchildren.
Casey is a creative director and works in the field of marketing and advertising. Over the years, he has developed a fondness of engaging with the homeless and the marginalised. He also has a passion for conducting both Alpha and Business Alpha Courses in the city. He jointly convenes the Business Life Network in Melbourne where professional businessmen and women meet to share the Good News. Casey is married to Sharon and they have three children.
Andre Van Eymeren
Andre is an experienced community builder, trainer and media worker. He has helped to build community in a variety of settings across Australia, working extensively with churches, local councils, schools and the not for profit sector. Most recently his work has been in some of the neediest communities in Melbourne. Andre together with his wife Amy and son Josh have lived in varying forms of community, many of these caring for homeless and marginalised young people. Andre now heads up P4T (Partnering for Transformation) which is focused on community building, training, media and thought leadership initiatives. His work in P4T is complimented by an MA focused on theology and community development. Andre is passionate about helping people and communities reach their potential.