Bradly Billings (Chairman)

Bradly was appointed Director and Chairman of MAF in June 2015.  He is an Archdeacon and the Director of Theological Education in the Diocese, as well as a member of Archbishop in Council.  Brad is also a Director of Benetas and serves as Executive Officer (Academic) at the Bishop Perry Institute.

Geoffrey Court

Geoffrey has been a MAF Board Director since 2008, and also serves as a Churchwarden and Synod representative for Christ Church St Kilda. Geoffrey’s involvement in Anglican not-for-profits, dates back to the early 70’s in Western Australia, when he assisted in the establishment of a halfway house for women released from detention.







Ken Jarrett

Ken, an original Board member and former Chairman of the Board, returned in 2000. Ken’s expertise in investment management makes him a valued member of the Finance Committee. Ken also has an interest in farming on his property near Swan Hill, and keeps fit by playing tennis.





T Campbell Johnston

Campbell is a lawyer and current Chairman and founding Director of The JRT Partnership. He was a partner at Blake Dawson Waldron (now Ashurst) for over 30 years and former member of the Scotch College Council. He joined the MAF Board in 2007 and is also a Director of Goldman Sachs Australia Foundation Limited.





Phillip Newman

Philip has been ordained since 1967, and has been an active participant in the MAF Board since 1988. Philip brings experience in a variety of parish settings, including multi-cultural ministry, and was former Archdeacon for Christian Unity and Relations with the World’s Religions. Philip is also a Director of Anglican Overseas Aid

Nicole Terret

Following on from a long line of community work, Nicole joined the MAF board as a director in September 2012. She brings to the board her extensive financial expertise having worked in taxation and accounting for over 15 years. Currently a director at Complete Commerce, she specialises in business taxation and self-managed superannuation. Nicole is an avid Hawthorn supporter.



Richard Tudor OAM

Rick joined the MAF Board in 2010. He recently retired as Headmaster of Trinity Grammar School, Kew, and is currently a Member of the St Paul’s Cathedral Chapter, and is on the Boards of Trinity College and the Anglican Diocesan School’s Commission. Rick enjoys bush walking and has completed the Kokoda Trail.