The P4T Committee

Matt Maudlin

In his 30 year working life Matt has enjoyed a wide and varied career. Matt commenced his career life as a seller of children's books before working in supermarkets and chemical companies.  The past 20 years of his life have been spent housing some of Melbourne's most vulnerable individuals in his role of CEO at Servants Community Housing Inc.

Bob Simpson

Missing journalism cadetships, Bob followed a career through various organisations. He always asked, “how can ‘we’ do this better?” This led him to embrace innovation and change, while a Fellow of CPAs for over thirty years. Bob asserts that human relationships must lead economic process; if we are to be better.

Mark Breyley

Over 30+ years Mark has built experience and skills in leadership development, executive coaching and facilitating strategic alignment or process improvement for non-profit bodies and business leaders. Combined with deep vision and passion for godly spiritual community, Mark delivers sustainable, principled outcomes in organisational alignment, missional effectiveness, systems and engagement

Ian Skurrie

A Medical Scientist who transitioned to Film and then Video Production Ian came from a home whose parents passionately believed that society should be a fair place and decent place for all. Ian’s Father was personally involved in helping post world war 2 migrants find their feet in our country. Educated at Rosebud High School and graduating from RMIT as well as being conscripted, He worked at the Royal Women’s Hospital as a Virologist involved in research and administrating a routine Laboratory. He briefly took a break to complete a short Bible College course in the late 70’s.

Steve Lowe

Stephen Lowe is a Chartered Accountant with 35 years of experience in management accounting in the small business and not for profit sector. Stephen’s roots in a small country town underpin his desire to see every person succeed in life irrespective of where they come from. He has held Committee positions in sporting clubs and community groups and mentored refugees and students helping them make a positive contribution to communities here in Australia.

Raymond Chow

Twenty years in Australia, formerly a university lecturer in mathematics education and now a community mission worker helping to bring faith into Chinese community through media and social services. Raymond is experienced in ethnic media including community magazine, radio, and social media. It is my pleasure to see Christian values and our God be shared in the community media.