Tim Costello: Tim Costello is one of Australia’s most sought after voices on issues of social justice, leadership and ethics. Since 2004 Tim has been CEO of World Vision, Australia’s largest international development agency. Trained in economics, law, education and theology, Tim has practised law, served as a Baptist minister, and has been active in church and community leadership, local government and national affairs.

The Fathering Project aims to inspire and equip fathers and father figures to engage with their kids through weekly tips and our Schools Program.

Steve Biddulph: Steve Biddulph is an Adjunct Professor of Psychology and has worked with families and encouraging the role of fathers for thirty years. Steve’s books including Raising Boys and Manhood are in four million homes around the world. He is a huge fan of the Fathering Project and its powerful message for men, and proud to be involved with Bruce Robinson and the men doing this important work.

The Fathering Project aims to inspire and equip fathers and father figures to engage with their kids through weekly tips and our Schools Program.

Peter Bell: Peter Bell was a former Australian rules footballer for the North Melbourne Football Club and former captain of the Fremantle Football Club. Peter was twice named as a member of the All-Australian Team. He was an acclaimed ball-winner and had more than 30 possessions in a game on 39 occasions in his career. Now retired from football, Peter maintains a keen interest in the game as a commentator. He has numerous business interests and he is married with 3 young children.

The Fathering Project aims to inspire and equip fathers and father figures to engage with their kids through weekly tips and our Schools Program.

Justin Langer: Justin Langer (AM) is a former international cricketer who represented Australia in 105 Test matches and is the current Assistant Coach and Batting Coach of the Australian cricket team. His opening partnership with Matthew Hayden was one of the most successful of all time. In January 2007 he retired from international cricket. Named as a member of the Order of Australia in 2008 for his services to Australian Cricket and the community as patron of a large group of charities.

The Fathering Project aims to inspire and equip fathers and father figures to engage with their kids through weekly tips and our Schools Program.

Bruce Robinson named Western Australian of the Year | thefatheringproject.org

Bruce Robinson Named Western Australian of the Year

John Anderson: John Anderson served in the federal Parliament as the Member for Gywdir from 1989 until his resignation at the federal election in 2007. He was Deputy Leader of the National Party from 1993 until 1999 and leader from 1999 to 2005, when during which time he served as Deputy Prime Minister.

The Fathering Project aims to inspire and equip fathers and father figures to engage with their kids through weekly tips and our Schools Program.

John Akehurst: John H. Akehurst, MA (Oxon), FIMechE. Member of the Board of the Reserve Bank of Australia; non-executive director of CSL Limited and of Origin Energy Limited. Chairman of the National Centre for Asbestos related Diseases and of the Fortitude Foundation; non-executive director of the University of Western Australia Business School. Formerly Chief Executive Officer of Woodside Petroleum Ltd and Chairman of Alinta Ltd and Coogee Resources Limited.

The Fathering Project aims to inspire and equip fathers and father figures to engage with their kids through weekly tips and our Schools Program.

Michael Chaney: “The Fathering Project has highlighted the central importance of fathers in the lives of all children.”  Michael is Chairman of National Australia Bank, Woodside Petroleum and Gresham Partners and Chancellor of the University of WA. He has four adult children.

The Fathering Project aims to inspire and equip fathers and father figures to engage with their kids through weekly tips and our Schools Program.

Fiona Wood: “Having a dad that inspired me to work and live to my potential – 'To make choices so that you get up in the morning and enjoy what you do' is a gift that is constantly with me.”  Fiona works as a Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon in the area of burns and scar management. Through her research and development into tissue culture and tissue regeneration her goal is to achieve scar less wound healing.  Fiona is mother to six children.

The Fathering Project aims to inspire and equip fathers and father figures to engage with their kids through weekly tips and our Schools Program.

Noel Giblett - Noel Giblett is an Individual & Relationship Counsellor in private practice, working primarily with men and couples, and an accredited Mental Health Social Worker under Medicare. He runs occasional groups, workshops and retreats and is passionate about men’s issues, marriage and spirituality. He has been doing this work for nearly thirty years. For more information, see www.noelgiblett.com.au

Noel Giblett - Noel Giblett is an Individual & Relationship Counsellor in private practice, working primarily with men and couples, and an accredited Mental Health Social Worker under Medicare. He runs occasional groups, workshops and retreats and is passionate about men’s issues, marriage and spirituality. He has been doing this work for nearly thirty years. For more information, see www.noelgiblett.com.au

Donna Cross - Donna Cross is the Foundation Professor of Child and Adolescent Health in the School of Exercise Biomedical and Health Sciences, Edith Cowan University in Western Australia and Director of the Child Health Promotion Research Centre. She has recently been awarded WA’s Australian of the Year 2012.

Donna Cross - Donna Cross is the Foundation Professor of Child and Adolescent Health in the School of Exercise Biomedical and Health Sciences, Edith Cowan University in Western Australia and Director of the Child Health Promotion Research Centre. She has recently been awarded WA’s Australian of the Year 2012.

Stephen Larkin - Stephen trained as a Science teacher and began his teaching career in Papua New Guinea and then worked for with Wycliffe Bible Translators at their international school. He has worked for YouthCARE since 2006 in variety of positions (Area Chaplain, Head of Chaplaincy Services and Head of Ministry Services overseeing both operational and training.

Stephen Larkin - Stephen trained as a Science teacher and began his teaching career in Papua New Guinea and then worked for with Wycliffe Bible Translators at their international school. He has worked for YouthCARE since 2006 in variety of positions (Area Chaplain, Head of Chaplaincy Services and Head of Ministry Services overseeing both operational and training.

In caring for more than 2000 asbestos victims, Bruce Robinson has had to break very bad news, many times over. He’s had to watch the last flicker of hope fade from the eyes of dying men. “I’ve had so many men tell me they regret not spending more time with their children,” he recalls. And The Fathering Project was born. Learn more at thefatheringproject.org

Leading cancer researcher and 2013 Western Australian of the Year, Dr Bruce Robinson, is the founder of The Fathering Project.

Werner Soontiens - Werner was appointed Dean: CBS International in September 2008. He was previously Associate Director Community life and Associate Professor: International Business in the School of Management, Curtin Business School, Curtin University of Technology. He teaches Global Business to postgraduate courses both in Australia and in Asia

Werner Soontiens - Werner was appointed Dean: CBS International in September 2008. He was previously Associate Director Community life and Associate Professor: International Business in the School of Management, Curtin Business School, Curtin University of Technology. He teaches Global Business to postgraduate courses both in Australia and in Asia

Craig Serjeant - Craig Serjeant, former Australian test cricketer who played in 12 tests and 3 ODI from 1977 to 1978. Worked as a pharmacist at SCGH for some 12 years, before becoming interested in financial planning in the 1980s. Currently a Principal and private client advisor at Shadforth Financial Group.

Craig Serjeant - Craig Serjeant, former Australian test cricketer who played in 12 tests and 3 ODI from 1977 to 1978. Worked as a pharmacist at SCGH for some 12 years, before becoming interested in financial planning in the 1980s. Currently a Principal and private client advisor at Shadforth Financial Group.

Helen Vandersteen - Married with 3 adult children and “hands-on Oma” to nine young grandchildren. Retired pastoral team member of local church working with children and families, as well as the Youthcare Chaplain in a local public primary school.

Helen Vandersteen - Married with 3 adult children and “hands-on Oma” to nine young grandchildren. Retired pastoral team member of local church working with children and families, as well as the Youthcare Chaplain in a local public primary school.

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