The Board

Di Feldman

Diann Feldman

Chair, Arrow Leadership
Leadership Consultant, Feldman and Associates Queensland

Diann is Managing Director of Feldman & Associates, a leading consultancy in organisational enrichment and change leadership, people development, learning systems and career navigation. Diann is an experienced keynote speaker, facilitator, strategist, organisational development consultant and executive coach. Speaking engagements have been in Australia, USA, Asia, Europe and South America.

Liam Glover

Dr Liam Glover

Executive Director, Arrow Leadership

Liam commenced with Arrow in March 2012. He began vocational ministry in 1998 after working in the field of commerce and law in both the corporate and not for profit sectors. During the years serving as the founding church leader of a suburban church in south-west Brisbane, he also worked as a church and not for profit organisational consultant, specialising in leadership and effecting change, working with over 20 denominations across Australia. Liam has qualifications in commerce, law, finance and divinity, and has completed his Doctoral studies through Fuller CA. Liam and his wife Rachel have three sons Zachariah, Noah and Jonah.

John Beckett

John Beckett

Founder and Director, SEED

John is the Founding Director of SEED, a new ministry that develops innovative and effective models for Christian social engagement and help organisations, churches and individuals apply those models.
Until recently John was the National Director of Micah Challenge Australia, a position he held for 6 years.
John lives in Sydney with his beautiful wife Allie and three daughters. He loves to spend time with his girls and is known to occasionally relive his glory days on the sporting field. He’s got a Masters in Theology from Regent College in Canada. He’s interested in the role Christians play in creating tangible expressions of the kingdom of God by living out their identity as followers of Jesus in public and political spaces. He loves to teach and mentor leaders and desires to see more and more Christians taking on justice, mercy and humility (Micah 6:8) as a way of life. 

Keith Hanslow

Keith Hanslow

Director, Millens

Keith has degrees in Economics and Law and is a practicising lawyer with over thirty seven years’ experience. He is currently a partner of Millens. He predominately serves clients in the property, commercial sector, small to medium businesses and family business. He is a regular facilitator for the Australian Institute of Company Directors on the topic of Corporate Governance. Keith was the first lawyer appointed to the Pharmacy Board of Victoria by the Victorian Government. He has been a director of other not for profit organisations in the religious and educational sectors. Keith and his wife have two adult children and three grandchildren.

Dr Tim Hawkes

Educator, Social Commentator and Author

Tim commenced his teaching career in England then continued in Australia at Knox Grammar. Thereafter, Tim was appointed Principal of St Leonard’s College then in 1997, accepted an invitation to become headmaster of Australia’s oldest independent school, The King’s School, Parramatta where he served for nearly 20 years before retiring in 2017. The recipient of an Australian Government – Excellence as a Headmaster Award and an OAM for services to education, Tim has also been a frequent contributor to educational debate with many radio and television appearances. Tim has been instrumental in establishing a number of educational organisations and has served in many Christian leadership roles including ten years as the National Chairman of ‘Overseas Missionary Fellowship’. Tim has authored a dozen books and acts as an educational consultant and conference speaker. He is married to Jane and they have three children and seven grandchildren.


Anna Burke

Fundraising Director, Crusaders

Anna is the Fundraising Director at CRU, an inter-denominational Christian youth organisation which shares the Gospel with over 100,000 kids each year through camping and school based programs. Anna has a B.Com in Marketing and Human Resource Management from UNSW and worked as a Brand Manager at Kimberley Clark before leaving the commercial world in 1999 to join the Christian NFP sector. Over her career Anna has developed an extensive knowledge of fundraising strategy, implementation and practice which has raised over $50 million for kingdom work. In 2008 she was awarded the prestigious “Australasian Fundraiser of the Year” award. Anna actively serves on the Sydney Prayer Breakfast Organising Committee and attends Church by the Bridge (CBTB) Kirribilli with her husband Cameron.