The Cranbrook School Council is responsible for the overall governance of the School.
Mr Massy-Greene is the Chairman of the NSW electricity distribution network Endeavour Energy, having previously served as Chairman of Ausgrid and Essential Energy until 2016. He co-founded the ASX 200 Company Excel Coal Limited and was its Chairman until its acquisition by Peabody Energy. Previously, he founded Excel’s predecessor, Resource Finance Corporation Ltd, was employed by Bank of America in project and corporate finance, and by Rio Tinto Limited as an underground Mining Engineer.
He is currently a Director of OneVentures Pty Ltd, a technology venture firm, and ICC Holdings, a property investment company. He is the principal shareholder and Chairman of Eureka Capital Partners, a private investment company. Mr Massy-Greene currently also serves as the Chairman of the Salvation Army’s Sydney Advisory Committee and is Chairman of Eureka Benevolent Foundation, a family foundation focused on overcoming social disadvantage. He is a Director of The Global Hunger Project, a US based non-government organisation, and of its Australian affiliate, The Hunger Project Australia.
Mr Massy-Greene was appointed to the School Council in 2004. His son attended Cranbrook from Kindergarten to Year 12.
Dr Forth is a Senior Partner at The Boston Consulting Group, where he led the Australian business for five years. He currently runs the group’s technology, media and telecoms business globally. His interest in education stems from being a Lecturer and Research Fellow in engineering at Oxford, where he served on the Governing Body at Lady Margaret Hall. He is a member of the Advisory Boards of the Oxford Business Alumni and the Australian School of Business at UNSW. Dr Forth completed his schooling in Zimbabwe, has a degree in Aeronautical Engineering from Manchester University, and was awarded a Rhodes Scholarship to study at Oxford.
Dr Forth was appointed to the School Council in November 2010 and became a member of the Finance Committee in 2011 and Vice President in 2016. Dr Forth’s son attended Cranbrook.
Mr Kimpton’s commercial career was with Westpac where he held several executive positions. He spent a number of years on the Board of Baycorp Advantage and was Chairman of its Audit and Risk Committee. He acted as Convenor of Cranbrook Carnivale in 2003.
Mr Kimpton was appointed to the School Council in 2006 and was appointed the School’s Honorary Treasurer from 2008 until 2016 and as Vice President in 2016. Mr Kimpton’s two sons attended Cranbrook from St Mark’s Pre-school to Year 12.
Mr Carroll is the Managing Partner of Edience Inc., an investment company which invests in education technology and service companies. Mr Carroll co-founded two higher education-related businesses, Youth Media & Marketing Networks, and eGrad Loans. Previously he worked for the strategy consulting firm Bain & Co. in Australia, the United States and South East Asia.
Mr Carroll completed his education at Cranbrook in 1987, and has previously served as Secretary and Vice-President of the Old Cranbrookians’ Association and as a member of the School Council from1995 to 1997. He was selected as Old Cranbrookian of the Year in 2007 and appointed to the School Council and Director of the Cranbrook Foundation Board in 2010. Mr Carroll’s two sons attend Cranbrook.
Mr Dawson is a Senior Partner of McKinsey & Company leading McKinsey’s Strategy and Corporate Finance practice across Asia and a Co-Chair of McKinsey’s global partner election committee. He leads McKinsey’s pro-bono support of the Male Champions of Change group in Australia. Mr Dawson attended Sydney University where he was awarded a Bachelor of Economics and Laws with first class honours, before going to Stanford University, where he earned a Masters in Management Science and Engineering, which focussed on computer science and technology-based business.
Mr Dawson was appointed to the School Council in 2015. He is an Old Cranbrookian, who attended Cranbrook from 1978 to 1990, and his family continue to have significant connections with the School with his son and three nephews in the Junior School. Mr Dawson was the 2014 speaker at the Junior School Prize Giving event.
Mr Dowling has worked in the finance industry for 25 years and is currently a Private Client Adviser with Bell Potter, Sydney. He has previously held roles as a stockbroker with Merrill Lynch and Cazenove, London
Mr Dowling is an Old Cranbrookian, who attended Cranbrook from 1972 to 1984. He was a School Prefect and Head of Chelmsford.
Mr Dowling attended UNSW where he was awarded a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Economics and German before going on to complete a Graduate Diploma in Financial Planning from the Securities Institute of Australia. He is Captain of the Ski Club of Australia, and a Trustee of the Thyne Reid Foundation.
Mr Dowling was appointed to the Cranbrook School Foundation as a Director in 2013 and to School Council as a Councillor in 2017. Mr Dowling’s two sons attend Cranbrook.
Mrs England works as a Consultant in fundraising. After serving a cadetship with News Ltd she worked overseas before moving into copywriting and fundraising. She is also involved in a family business and is a Synod member of the Sydney Diocese.
Mrs England was appointed to the School Council in 2001 and Director of the Cranbrook Foundation in 2010. She has two daughters and a son who is an Old Cranbrookian.
Bishop Forsyth is the recently retired Anglican Bishop of South Sydney, a position which he served with distinction for 16 years.
Prior to becoming the Bishop of South Sydney, Bishop Forsyth served as Rector of St Barnabas, Broadway for 17 years, having previously served the communities of Glenbrook in the Blue Mountains; at Holy Trinity in Adelaide; and the Sydney University Chaplaincy. He was a member of the Synod of the Anglican Diocese of Sydney from 1983. Bishop Forsyth is now a Senior Fellow with the Centre for Independent Studies.
In his capacity as Anglican Bishop of South Sydney, Bishop Forsyth has worked with Cranbrook in a spirit of partnership, recognising Cranbrook’s strong Anglican foundations while acknowledging its diversity.
Although retired, Bishop Forsyth retains his status as a clergyman and was appointed to the School Council in 2016. Bishop Forsyth is married and has four children and eleven grandchildren.
Dr Jensen is the Rector of St Mark’s Darling Point and teaches theology at the Sydney College of Divinity. Prior to his appointment at St Mark’s, he taught on the faculty of Moore College for ten years. He previously taught English at Sydney Grammar School, and was the Chaplain of St Andrew’s Cathedral School from 2000 to 2003. He is the author of several books, including You: An Introduction and My God, My God – Is it Possible to Believe Anymore? He writes a monthly column for Eternity magazine, and appears on ABC TV's The Drum. He has a keen interest in education and was a member of the Archbishop’s Fellowship for Education from 2010-12.
Dr Jensen was appointed to the School Council in 2014.
Mr North is the Managing Director and Founder of J.B. North & Co Pty Limited, a company which specialises in corporate advisory services. He is also a Director of Delta Electricity. Mr North was previously a Managing Director of Gresham Advisory Partners Limited and a Senior Partner of Allens Arthur Robinson where he acted on a wide range of mergers and acquisitions and capital markets transactions. He has a keen interest in the arts and education and is a Director of the Sydney Youth Orchestras.
Mr North was appointed to the School Council in 2010 and has two sons at Cranbrook.
Mrs Rathie is the Chair of Cranbrook Foundation and a Councillor of Cranbrook School. Mrs Rathie is a non-executive director and corporate lawyer being the Partner in Charge, Sydney of law firm King & Wood Mallesons where she leads and manages the Sydney office. Mrs Rathie has a pre-eminent reputation in the media, intellectual property and consumer law areas. Mrs Rathie is a member of Chief Executive Women and serves as an independent non-executive director of charitable boards including Starlight Children’s Foundation of Australia, Osteoporosis Australia, the Advisory Board of Media Diversity Australia and the Diversity & Inclusion Committee of the Law Society of NSW. She holds a Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting & Financial Management)/Laws degree from the University of NSW and is an Alumni Leader of UNSW Business School.
Mrs Rathie was appointed as Chair of the Cranbrook Foundation Board in February 2019 and has been a director of the Foundation since 2017. She attended St Michael’s Pre-School, before attending Ascham School. She has three sons and has been a parent at Cranbrook for 20 years – two sons attended from St Marks Pre-School to Year 12 with her youngest son being a current student at Cranbrook Senior School. Mrs Rathie’s brother is an Old Cranbrookian.
Mr Rickwood is a Director of Mason Stevens, an investment house in Sydney prior to which he was a Founder and Director of Reckon Ltd.
Mr Rickwood was appointed to the School Council in 2015 and has a son and a daughter. His son attends Cranbrook School.
Since July 2008 Dr Michael Spence has been the Vice-Chancellor of the University of Sydney with the responsibility for promoting the interests and furthering the development of the University. Dr Spence is an alumnus of the University, having graduated with First Class Honours in English, Italian and Law. He is internationally recognised as a leader in the field of intellectual property theory and serves as a WIPO Arbitration and Mediation Centre panellist. Dr Spence obtained his DPhil and a Postgraduate Diploma in Theology from Oxford University becoming a Fellow of St Catherine’s College and a Lecturer at the University in 1992. After a period as Head of the Law faculty at Oxford, he was appointed as Head of the Social Sciences Division. In January 2017, Dr Spence was awarded a Companion of the Order of Australia.
Dr Spence was appointed to the School Council in 2009. His two sons were students at Cranbrook.
For the last 16 years, Ms Williams has been a Senior Client Partner with the international talent management solutions business Korn Ferry International. Prior to joining Korn Ferry, Ms Williams was the General Counsel and Corporate Secretary for the Sydney Organising Committee for the Olympic Games for five years. Ms Williams has also been a Partner in a national law firm and early in her career, a Medical Researcher.
She is admitted as a Lawyer, and currently serves as Deputy President of Kambala School and as a Non-Executive Director of Opportunity International Australia.
Ms Williams was appointed to the School Council in 2016. Her son attended Cranbrook from Kindergarten to Year 12.