Mark has held senior roles within the private and public sectors and within political circles. Currently a partner of strategic advisory firm Endeavour Consulting, Mark was previously Westpac’s Group Head of Government Relations and Regulatory Affairs and served as a Senior Adviser to then Prime Minister John Howard. He spent 15 years with Advance Bank, culminating in his appointment as Chief Executive – ACT Region. He also served as Secretary of the Department of Business, Arts, Sport and Tourism (ACT Govt) and was President of the ACT Chamber of Commerce.
Mark Glover - Deputy Chair
Mark was first appointed as an AIDF Director in 2011 and was appointed as Deputy Chair in 2016. Up to March 2011 Mark was Director and Country Treasurer responsible for the funding and liquidity risk of the combined Bank of America Merrill Lynch Australian- group of entities. Mark is a qualified geologist with BSc (Hons) in Mining Geology from Leicester University and also has a Financial Diploma from the Australian Financial Markets Association. (MAICD)
Robert Arthur - Director
Robert was first appointed as an AIDF Director in 2007. He is a member of the Diocesan Property Trust and a past member of the Bishop in Council and Diocesan Finance Committee. He has held senior policy and managerial positions in the Commonwealth Public Service and the Australian National University. Robert completed a Bachelor of Arts at ANU in 1964. (MAICD)
Tim McGhie - Director
Tim was first appointed as an AIDF Director in1999. Tim retired in 2012 after working in the private and public sectors in the ACT for nearly 40 years. Tim is a Member of CPA Australia; he completed his Bachelor of Economics, majoring in macro-economics and accounting, at the University of Tasmania. (MAICD)
Lorraine Lenthall - Director
Lorraine was appointed as an AIDF Director in 2011. Lorraine was a Senior Adviser, Retail Investor Division, The Treasury and previously worked with the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority. She has a Bachelor of the Arts from the University of Melbourne, majoring in Economics and Political Science, and a Graduate Diploma of Legal Studies from the University of Canberra. (MAICD)
Nick Symons - Director
Nick was one of Canberra’s leading property lawyers with 38 years’ experience in the Canberra region prior to his retirement in 2014. He was awarded Solicitor of the Year by the Real Estate Institute of the ACT in 1999, 2001, 2004 and 2005 together with the President’s Award in 2003 . Nick also specialised in commercial and business law. During his career as a lawyer, Nick was active in educational training with CIT, the Law Society of the ACT, the Legal Workshop (ANU) and the Real Estate Institute of the ACT
Elizabeth Stamford - Director
Liz was appointed as an AIDF Director in 2017. Liz is a Chartered Accountant and her current role is Policy Leader at Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand. Since 2012, she has been responsible for leading policy and advocacy work on behalf of the profession, primarily in the audit, assurance and insolvency regulatory areas. Prior to this, she ran operations from New York as the Director of Assurance Risk & Quality for the global PwC network. She has lived and worked in the UK, Australia and US, in audit and corporate recovery roles, as well as standard setting, corporate governance and regulatory liaison roles.
Eugene Kalenjuk - Director
Eugene is a partner with PwC responsible for leading the Canberra Private Client practice. He has more than 20 years experience providing professional services to High Wealth Families, private family businesses operating in the property industry and Emerging companies. He holds a Masters degree in Taxation, Bachelor of Commerce and is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants. Eugene also Chairs Canberra Grammar School Foundation Board and is a Board member and Audit Chair of the Cultural Facilities Corporation (Canberra Museum and Art Gallery).
A convenient way of giving...
The AIDF has developed Anglican Direct to assist Parishes with their Planned Giving or Stewardship programs.
Anglican Direct enables people to financially support their Parish by authorising a regular direct debit to their bank or credit union account or alternatively through a payroll deduction.