Arthur has a background in education and was a primary school teacher for 40 years. During his career he worked in a number of schools in NSW. 10 of these years he taught children with learning disabilities. Before retiring, he was teaching children computer skills and maintained the school’s computer network. He has travelled 10 times with Impact Nations to 7 developing countries since 2015. Seeing the profound changes that these journeys and programs make to individuals and communities is what keeps him going back for more. Arthur is the board chair of Impact Nations Australia
Arthur is married to Anne.
Anne grew up in Sydney and spent most of her life as a registered nurse – including 17 years as a Nursing Officer in the Army. Her career saw her work for 12 months with the UN in a developing nation as well as an exchange for 2 years to the British Army. Following her Army career, Anne worked in aged care in a variety of roles including educator and community care manager.
Before recently retiring, Anne worked as a Pastoral Care Coordinator at her church.
Anne is married to Arthur and they have been involved with Impact Nations since January 2015.
With a heart for all that Impact Nations represents, Anne is keen to add her skills to the INA board.
During a career of over 35 years, Steve has established and led Christian schools, worked for a multinational corporation, and planted eight churches, both directly and by training and releasing teams in Canada and Russia.
Steve held the position of Western Region Overseer on the national board of Vineyard Canada, and along with his wife, brought the first Healing Rooms to Canada, eventually overseeing the formation of Healing Rooms in over 30 communities across the country. In 2005, Steve founded Impact Nations International Ministries, a network of organisations committed to releasing economic and social transformation in the developing world.
Steve is the President and the CEO of Impact Nations International, and a founding board member of Impact Nations Australia
Prior to his time at Impact Nations, Tim was a store manager for North America’s largest tire retailer where he also specialized in hiring and training other managers. Tim has been on the Impact Nations team since 2017 and officially joined the board of Impact Nations Australia in 2021. He serves as the Director of Operations for Impact Nations International Ministries, based in the United States. Tim and his wife, Bethany, moved from Vancouver, Canada, to Albuquerque in 2017 in order to be a part of the Impact Nations team. They are passionate about raising their children to love Jesus and they’re excited to partner with Impact Nations in rescuing lives. Tim’s greatest joy at Impact Nations is seeing the poor discover a whole new future through our Skills and Business programs.
Craig is a Salvation Army Officer who is passionate about justice, freedom serving humanity. Married to Danni with 3 children (Judah, Ilisha and Malachi), he was born to Salvation Army Officer parents and has been involved in serving the poor and marginalized his whole life. Craig has served in The Salvation Army training and equipping members across the country. He and his wife were appointed managers of The Salvos “Dooralong Transformation Centre” (addictions treatment centre) between 2013-2017 which was the largest addictions treatment centre in Australasia.
Craig is currently appointed across the NSW central coast and is responsible New Expressions of The Salvation Army. He is released by the Salvation Army State leader to pursue new works for the Salvation Army.
Currently Craig oversees a small network of community groups called “community tables”. He serves as a consultant across 20 churches across the Central Coast, provides oversight to the “Crazy Love” outreach as well as serves his wife’s outreach “Equine Connections”. And just for fun he has a weekly “New Expressions” radio program on Rhema Central Coast FM.