Assistant Bishop Tim Harris, Administrator – Sed Vacante, serves in an ex officio capacity on the Council of Governors as President following the retirement of Archbishop Jeffrey Driver in August 2016.
Tim Harris combines over 30 years of experience in grass roots church ministry, together with academic studies to post-doctoral level. He has taught theology, history and philosophy at tertiary levels, and been much involved in personal and skills-based learning and teaching. Tim is passionate about encouraging, supporting and forming the next generation of leaders, and especially those who will have opportunities to nurture and cultivate communities to flourish and make positive contributions at every level.
With a BA in Politics & History, an MBA and a Company Directors Course Diploma, Joe is a Fellow of the AICD, CEOI and AIM. Joe is an Hon Lay Canon in the Cathedral Chapter. With extensive international business experience, Joe is Managing Director of Hoshizaki Lancer, a leading manufacturer of Beverage Dispensing and Foodservice Equipment. Joe is Chairman of Guide Dogs SANT, Director of Royal Guide Dogs Australia, Chairs the Council of St Peter's Cathedral, and is a Director of A Noble & Son Ltd.
Matthew is Principal of St Barnabas College and Canon Theologian in the Anglican Diocese of Adelaide. Matthew completed his Doctor of Philosophy at Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam, in the area of Biblical Hebrew linguistics. He is a Senior Lecturer at Charles Sturt University in Old Testament and a Visiting Research Fellow, School of Humanities (Linguistics), University of Adelaide.
Mark has more than twenty years of advisory experience in financial and strategy consulting and is a Director of advisory firm, Evans & Ayers. Mark has long term advisory engagements for a number of companies with operations throughout Australia and has completed extensive commercial and property related work in the tertiary education sector. Mark has a Masters in Finance from London Business School as well as undergraduate degrees in Economics and Law from the University of Adelaide.
John is the owner and Managing Director of Spend-Less Shoes Pty Ltd, a chain of retail stores throughout Australia. John has a keen interest in schools and education holding a Bachelor of Education and Diploma of Teaching. John has previously been a Councillor at Wilderness School for thirteen years, seven of which he was Chair.
Ben has been a Chartered Accountant for over 20 years and is a senior executive with Macquarie Bank in its Corporate and Asset Finance division, with responsibilities in its global transportation business. He has previously held ASIC and ASX accreditation as an adviser for securities and derivatives and has experience across a wide range of industries both in Australia and overseas.
Suzanne is passionate about the School delivering an excellent education for boys now and in the future. She holds a Bachelor of Laws (with honours) and a Bachelor of Commerce, both from The University of Melbourne. She is currently a principal and founding partner of business law firm, DMAW Lawyers and previously worked as a solicitor with Piper Alderman, Mercer and Blake Dawson Waldron (now Ashurst). She has significant board experience including more than 10 years as a board member of the South Australian Lotteries Commission. Suzanne is also the former Chair of the Superannuation Committee of the Law Council of Australia and sits on national committees of other professional and industry associations, including The Taxation Institute. Suzanne has particular expertise in superannuation and financial services law and has been named for six years running in Best Lawyers in Australia in the practice areas of: Superannuation Law and Tax Law.
He has enjoyed a long career in the financial services industry, holding senior leadership and executive positions including serving as the Director of the International Centre for Financial Services at the University of Adelaide. Prior to taking up executive appointments, Andrew worked as a lawyer specialising in superannuation, banking and finance law. Andrew holds a Bachelor of Laws from the University of Adelaide, a Master of Laws from the University of Edinburgh and a Master of Business Administration from the Australian Graduate School of Management (university of Sydney and University of New South Wales).
Chris is a Certified Practicing Risk Manager specialising in the Energy sector on risk identification, mitigation and management, having spent a core part of his career with Santos Limited. He is now the National Practice Leader for Energy Aon Risk Services. He is also a member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.
Leeston has a Bachelor of Applied Science and a Bachelor of Arts. She has worked as a Speech Pathologist in education, health and private settings in Victoria and South Australia, specialising in early childhood and autism. She is a freelance editor and a research officer and tutor with UniSA. Leeston has considerable school council and management experience.
Frank was appointed Dean of Adelaide’s St Peter’s Cathedral in October 2012. Born in South Africa, he was ordained a priest in 1979 and has worked in Hong Kong. He was previously the Dean of the Wellington Cathedral of St Paul in New Zealand.
Richard has held senior leadership and general management positions in a number of diverse industries in a career spanning 32 years. He has held Board of Director positions in both commercial and not for profit organisations. He holds a Bachelor of Engineering in Civil Engineering and a Master Business Administration. Richard is currently General Manager SA for Metricon Homes and is also the Master Builders Association President in SA.
Fiona is a Director of Perks & Associates with over 20 years of experience providing strategic business advice to both the private and public sector. Fiona has a Bachelor of Commerce, is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants and a Graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors. Fiona currently sits on the Boards of the Adelaide Venue Management Corporation, The South Australian Tourism Commission and the Perks Foundation.
Marcus is General Counsel and Company Secretary of Adelaide Brighton Ltd, where he leads the legal and governance functions and is a member of the executive management team for this S&P/ASX100 company. An experienced commercial lawyer, he has previously held positions as General Counsel of F H Faulding & Co Limited and Senior Legal Counsel – Pharmaceuticals with Mayne Group Limited, and he was a partner with solicitors Finlaysons.
Jim has a Law degree with honours at the University of Warwick (England). Jim joined British Aerospace in 1996. After holding many senior roles within the company, he was appointed Chief Executive Officer of BAE Systems Australia from 2001 to 2011 and from 2011 until 2013 he was Chief Executive Officer of BAE Systems Saudi Arabia (BAESSA). He has in-depth experience in corporate governance having served, mainly as Chair, on a range of boards including the Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation, Air Warfare Destroyer Principals Council, The deMonde Group Pty Ltd and Total Construction Pty Ltd. He is a non-executive director of both Codan Ltd and Austal Ltd, Board Member of Defence Council Victoria and the Royal Automobile Association (RAA).
Jim is the Chancellor of the University of South Australia.