Catherine mcgregor am                Mike brady

Catherine McGregor is a writer commentator and broadcaster who covers cricket and politics for News Limited. She has been a member of the ABC commentary team for the 2014-15 series against India. She currently writes for The Daily Telegraph and The Australian.
Catherine served for nearly four decades in the Australian Defence Force. Her service embraced a diverse range of strategic policy and operational roles. For her exceptional service to the Australian Army she was gazetted in the Military Division of the Order of Australia on Australia Day 2012. She was voted one of Australia's most Influential Women by the Australian Women's Weekly in consecutive years 2013, 2014 and 2015. 
She is a Trustee of Camp Gallipoli.

Mike Brady is an Australian musician most commonly associated with the Australian Rules football anthems “Up There Cazaly” and “One Day in September” about Grand Final day in Melbourne. “Up There Cazaly” topped the Australian singles charts in September 1979. He has written songs for popular Australian artists such as John Farnham and Tina Arena. In the 2013 he was made a member of the Order of Australia (AM) “For significant service to the community, and to music as a composer and performer”.  He is a board member on the Prostate Cancer Foundation Australia Victorian Board. He is also a patron of the Bali Children Foundation and the Australian Huntington’s Disease Association (Vic), and is involved with the Bluearth Foundation, Melbourne Legacy and the Yooralla Society. He is also an Australia Day ambassador.  


        beverley pinder                     John bell

In the heady world of public relations, few people have achieved the status of Beverley Pinder. She is the managing director of Rowland Pinder, a consultancy she formed in 1985.With 34 years’ experience in the world of communication and reputation management, Beverley is rejuvenating her small business following a four-year stint as a Councillor at the City of Melbourne where she headed up the Marketing Melbourne portfolio. A former Miss Universe Australia, Beverley is actively involved in the not-for-profit space including membership of the advisory board of the National Institute of Integrative Medicine; a friend of Lighthouse Foundation; A supporter of Vicdor Living Centre; membership of a committee for a project for the homeless spearheaded by TRY Build; mentoring youth with a particular interest in disadvantaged youth, which fits comfortably with the work of the Father Bob Maguire Foundation. 

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John has been involved in Oil and Gas exploration and production drilling for most of his career as an engineer, senior executive and entrepreneur. He joined British Petroleum as a Drilling Engineer in 1974 and commenced his oil industry career in the North Sea, before embarking on an international foray in search of oil gas with major industry players before settling in Australia for BHP. He established a world leading oil and gas engineering company in January 2004 and later took a major shareholding in a UK listed company with Oil exploration and production fields in South America and joined the board as a non-executive director. In a change of direction, he is currently actively engaged in the Australian agribusiness specifically the dairy industry.


         gamble breaux              David galbally am qc

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Gamble shot to public prominence in the second series of The Real Housewives of Melbourne. Since then she has become a permanent fixture on this must-see reality TV program. A great deal is known about her including her passion for art and her pet dogs. Less well-known is her support for a number of worthwhile charities. In fact, Gamble has long been a champion of the underdog and was happy to keep her association with the not for-profit sector under the radar. Like it or not, having a high public profile makes it difficult if not impossible to maintain any sort of privacy. Despite that, Gamble has chosen to lend her name to the Father Bob Maguire Foundation as a Patron.

David is acknowledged as one of Melbourne’s most respected legal authorities. He became a Queen’s Counsel in 1996, before joining Madgwicks as a partner in January 2010. He has worked on some of Australia’s most high profile and complex corporate and criminal cases. David is involved in sporting, company and charity administration, and is Chairman of the board of an Industry superannuation fund. He is former President of Alzheimer’s Australia Vic and former Chairman of the Centre for Hormone Research at the Children’s Hospital. David is an Ambassador for White Ribbon, an organisation that works to prevent male violence against women.