The Hon John AndersonAO, MA - OCA Chairman
The Hon John Anderson lives in north-west NSW, farming crops and cattle. John served for nineteen years as the Member for Gwydir in the Federal Parliament, including six years as Deputy Prime Minister. John is committed to Christian mission and believes that OCA’s model is strategically outstanding.
Ken ChapmanBEc (Hons)
Ken joined the OCA Board in 2003. Along with his wife Judy and their three children, Ken is a member of the congregation at St Thomas’ Anglican Church in North Sydney. With a background in financial markets, Ken is employed by the Australian Securities Exchange. He is currently on leave in the UK studying.
Rev Tim ClemensBA, BD
Tim is a graduate of Moore Theological College. He is the lead pastor/planter of a growing church in Sydney’s inner south that attracts a variety of students and young workers from around the city. Tim is passionate about evangelism and theological education and is excited about the strategic nature of the work that OCA does around the world.
Alan HallBSc. B.E. (Elect. Hons I), ThC
Alan is a consultant with Accenture and has specialised in the design and delivery of large scale IT systems for over 20 years. Alan is married to Rebecca and has four teenage children. Within OCA, he assists the Executive Director in the organisation’s financial management and our digital strategy.
David BrownBA (Psych), Grad Dip Employee Relations, Masters of Human Resources/Coaching
David has worked in the Human Resources space for 30 years in both the corporate sector, locally and overseas, and more recently in an advisory capacity. He is currently a partner in the Human Capital Consulting practice for Deloitte. David is based in Sydney.
Dr Miyon ChungB.A., M.A.TH., M.A. Social Work, Ph.D in Theology.
Miyon believes the Lord has called her to serve his church, especially through teaching ministry, and has been teaching during school breaks in places where teachers are lacking. Miyon finds thinking theologically with people of diverse backgrounds challenging and exciting—challenging because it requires her to constantly observe, learn, and adapt to different contexts and learning styles; exciting because she witnesses that the Scripture is powerfully and refreshingly relevant to people of all backgrounds in the working of the Holy Spirit. Through it all, Miyon is learning to engage the Christian tradition of the West in ways meaningful and relevant for Asians and Africans.
Dr Sandra ErreyBSc (Hons), Grad Dip Div, PhD
Dr Errey works in the Statistical Consulting Centre at Melbourne University assisting university and corporate researchers with their data analysis. Her theological studies were at Ridley College, Melbourne. In 2017 Sandy began working part-time for the Australian Fellowship of Evangelical Students. She brings experience of education and student pastoral work to her position at OCA.
Stephen KerrLLB, B Comm
Stephen is a solicitor and senior partner with HWL Ebsworth. He specialises in corporate and commercial law and is head of HWL Ebsworth’s Commercial Contracting Team. Stephen is also the Executive Director of the CMA Standards Council, a not-for-profit organisation seeking to build faith and trust in Christian churches, charities and other organisations by publicly accrediting those organisations meeting standards of good governance, accountability and transparency. Stephen is married to Kate with three adult children and is based in Melbourne.