Christian Super Board of Directors

The details of each of our directors is listed below. You can find out more information about the structure and responsibilities of the Trustee Board and it’s sub-Committees here.

 

Neville Cox OAM (Chair)


Qualifications: GGrad Dip CM, FPNA, FGIA, FCG (CGP), FFin, JP

Work: Neville is currently the Chairman of Advertiles Corporation, Chairman of Work Ventures, Chairman of Focus on the Family Australia, Chairman of the Australian College of Ministries and a director of Excelsia College.

Trustee: Neville has been a sponsor representative since March 2008. Neville brings a broad range of financial services expertise.

Fund Objectives: Neville’s focus is to see Christian Super optimise the return to members over time in the context of a Christian perspective.

Fund Responsibilities:

  • Chair from September 2015
  • Chair of Investment Committee
  • Member of Board Governance & Remuneration Committee

 

Michael Anderson


Qualifications: BEc, FIAA, Grad Dip (Christian Studies), MAICD.

Work: Michael is currently Chair of Wesley Mission and Uniting Mission and Education (NSW/ACT). Until recently he was Chair of Uniting Financial Services (a $1.5 billion financial services provider) and Ecclesia Housing (community housing). He has other roles around strategy, investments, ethics, corporate governance and leadership.

Trustee: Michael has been a member representative since April 2020. Michael brings a range of investment and ethics expertise.

Fund Objectives: Michael appreciates seeing members meet their financial objectives while being consistent with their values.

Fund Responsibilities:

  • Member of Investment Committee
  • Member of Community Engagement Committee
  • Member of Ethics Committee

 

Yvonne Boswarva


Qualifications: Chartered Accountant, FCPA, GAICD, LLM, Post-Grad Dip Acct, B Commerce, GIA Certificate in Governance Practice and Administration, ASFA RG146 Superannuation Compliance.

Work: Yvonne has considerable experience as a board member and in executive positions in a number of industries including financial services and education. Her executive roles, in multi-national listed companies and large/medium-sized organisations, have been varied and include responsibility for finance, IT, risk management, WHS, facilities management, project management and the development and implementation of IT information systems. Yvonne has held a number of other board appointments, including a corporate superannuation fund board. She has used these opportunities to develop her governance skills, including strategic planning, finance, audit and compliance, investment, risk management, data information systems and security.

Trustee: Yvonne joined the Board as a sponsor-appointed director in September 2016.

Fund Objectives: Yvonne is passionate about responsible stewardship and building an organisational culture focused on equity, respect and transparency. Her focus is to be a good steward of members’ retirement savings, making decisions that are consistent with their values and, striving to achieve sound and sustainable investment returns in order to support them in achieving a secure and rewarding retirement.

Fund Responsibilities:

  • Member of Audit, Risk & Compliance Committee

 

Libby Klein


Qualifications: LLB (Hons), B.Agr.Sc (Hons), GAICD, FGIA

Work: Libby is the Company Secretary of World Vision Australia and a principal at Social Impact Legal. She has a background in financial services and a particular interest in impact investing. Libby is a member of the Reference Group for the UNEP Finance Initiative project “A Legal Framework for Impact” and is a member of the Law Council of Australia Charities and Not-for-profits Committee. She is a fellow of the Governance Institute of Australia.

Trustee: Libby joined the Board as a sponsor-appointed director in October 2018.

Fund Objectives: Libby is keen to help Christian Super provide benefits to members in ways which are financially rewarding for members, and are also consistent with members’ values, recognising that the way we invest impacts the world for better or worse.

Fund Responsibilities:

  • Chair of Board Governance & Remuneration Committee
  • Member of Investment Committee
  • Member of Ethics Committee

 

Graeme Janes


Qualifications: B Bus, GAICD, GradCertArts (Theology), FGIA, MofL.

Work: Graeme is currently Chief Executive Officer of the Christian Venues Association (CVA). CVA represents the interests of and advocates on behalf of its almost 200 members, spread throughout Australia. Prior to this Graeme worked as General Manager of Emmaus Bible College. During his time in this role he had , for periods of time, concurrently held the roles of Business Manager at growing Christian School in Sydney and CEO of Lutanda Children’s Services. Prior to this he worked in a senior management role in the commercial sector, as well as spending 15 years as the Program Director at The Collaroy Centre. He brings a number of skills to the Board including strategic vision, and understanding of ethics in investments, marketing, financial literacy as well as having a broad exposure to Christian Super’s membership base.

Trustee: Graeme has been a member representative since 2013, and was re-elected in 2020 for a further 3-year term.

Fund Objectives: Graeme desires to see Christian Super maintaining its position of providing above average returns to members, whilst at no time compromising its stance of being a strongly Biblical focused company. He would also like to see the company remain alert to members needs and concerns and be able to respond appropriately.

Fund Responsibilities:

  • Chair of Ethics Committee
  • Member of Community Engagement Committee
  • Member of Audit, Risk & Compliance Committee

 

Craig Kellock


Qualifications: B.Bus, Chartered Accountant, GAICD

Work: Craig is a corporate advisor focused on capital management, financial and business strategy and structuring. His professional career covers 30 plus years in financial services, covering Chartered Accounting, Merchant Banking, Investment and Corporate Advice, as an employee, partner/principal and owner.  Craig brings many years of corporate governance experience in Australia and the UK to Christian Super, having sat on numerous boards as a director and chair, in non-executive and executive capacities both in the for profit and not for profit/charitable sectors.

Trustee: Craig has been a member representative since April 2020.

Fund Objectives: For Christian Super to continually be ranked as the No.1 branded superannuation fund for values based investment outcomes and member services, by those who matter……all our members be they in accumulation or pension phase.

Fund Responsibilities:

  • Chair of Audit, Risk & Compliance Committee
  • Member of Investment Committee

 

Ruth Limkin


Qualifications: B Bus, GAICD, Assoc. Dip C Min.

Work: Ruth is currently the CEO of The Banyans Health and Wellness. Ruth has held previous roles as a consulting operations manager with Prominence Pty Ltd, the founding director of Next Steps Kindergarten, the CEO of Nexus Care and four years as Chief of Staff to the Queensland Speaker Fiona Simpson. Ruth is also on the Board of Bible Society Australia.

Trustee: Ruth joined the Board as a sponsor-appointed director in September 2016.

Fund Objectives: Ruth’s desire is to see Christian Super as a leading superannuation fund, providing confidence and security for Members, releasing resources for good through diligent care, and demonstrating the positive nature of ethical leadership and investment.

Fund Responsibilities:

  • Chair of Community Engagement Committee
  • Member of Ethics Committee
  • Member of Board Governance & Remuneration Committee

 

Lily Ng


Qualifications: B Com, FCPA, ACIS, JP, GAICD

Work: Lily is the Assistant Group Business Manager of the Pacific Hills Christian Education Limited. Before joining the Pacific Hills Christian School group in June 2020, Lily worked at Toongabbie Christian College as an Executive Business Manager for over 12 years. Before joining the education sector in 1999, Lily worked in AMP Investments for 8 years and State Street Bank for 5 years. Lily has over thirty-five years’ work experience in Accounting, Budgeting, Finance and Management, which established her skills in strategic thinking, leadership, communication and problem solving.

Trustee: Lily joined the Board as a member-appointed director in April 2017 and was re-elected in 2020 for a further 3-year term.

Fund Objectives: Lily’s passion is to see Christian Super grow even stronger and even more competitive in the market, that Christian Super would be a leading Superannuation Fund for all Christians. Lily would like to see Christian Super being an effective and powerful witness for our Lord Jesus Christ in the wider commercial world.

Fund Responsibilities:

  • Member of Board Governance & Remuneration Committee
  • Member of Audit, Risk & Compliance Committee

 

Christopher Lewis

 
Qualifications: B Economics, GAICD, Chartered Accountant, FIA member

Work: Christopher is currently the Vice-Chair of YMCA Australia and has director roles with several affiliated YMCA entities and Son Centre Christian College. He works as an independent consultant in the areas of risk, governance, and process control. His work career has focused across the financial services sector, domestically and overseas.

Trustee: Chris joined the Board as a sponsor-appointed director in October 2021.

Fund Objectives: For Christian Super to make a difference for its members by delivering on its commitment to be a leading values-based organisation that listens to its members.

Fund Responsibilities:

  • Member of Audit, Risk & Compliance Committee
  • Member of Board Governance & Remuneration Committee