Angus Ogilvie MA (Hons.), MBS (Hons.), BBS, GradDipBus, FCPA, ACMA, MInstD.
Chairman and General Trust Board representative
Angus has chaired the Board since September 2015. He is a member of the General Trust Board of the Diocese of Auckland, the trust which owns the land and buildings at Vaughan Park. Angus is also a trustee and treasurer of the Hornsby Pacific Education Trust, a trust dedicating to raising funds for St Andrew’s College in Tonga. He serves as a divisional councillor of CPA Australia. He is a member of a number of advisory boards for private companies and has been a practising accountant since 2012. Angus is a reader at Holy Trinity Cathedral, Parnell.
Megan Bowden QSO
Diocesan Council representative
Megan has spent 50 years in primary school education as a teacher, principal, and leading professional development for first-time principals and aspiring principals. In 2012 she was awarded the Queen’s Service Medal for services to primary education. Since retiring from full-time work in 2011 she has served on Establishment Boards of Trustees for 3 brand new schools in Auckland. She is a parishioner of St Pauls Anglican Church, Milford where she is Vicar’s Warden, and has been a member of the Diocesan Council for 8 years. She is a trained Companion for “Seasons for Growth” programmes providing support for children, teenagers and adults dealing with significant loss and change in their lives, and represents the North Shore and Hibiscus Coast on the diocesan committee that oversees “Seasons for Growth” across the Auckland region.
Rev. Moana Knight
Komiti Tumuaki representative
Moana serves as Pirihi Tautoko of Te Karaiti te Pou Herenga Waka, the Māori Anglican Church in Mangere. Her role within Te Pihopatanga o Te Tai Tokerau is visiting kaumatua and kuia. She covers a wide geographical area in Northland, including Dargaville & Whangarei, as well as greater Auckland. She has been on the Vaughan Park Governance Board since 2016 representing Komiti Tumuaki.
Miles Brown LLB
Bishop Co-Opted Member (The Right Reverend Ross Bay)
Miles is a lawyer of over 45 years of experience, including 2 years legal experience in London. He has been a partner in a small Newmarket law firm for 35 years, undertaking mainly business and property legal work. He has been a subcommittee member with Auckland District Law Society for many years and currently is a Trustee of the Remuera Christians Trust Board and also the Age Concern Auckland Trust Board. He has previously held office as Vicar’s Warden and Synod Representative for St Aidans Anglican Church, Remuera.
Rev. Jacynthia Murphy
Bishop Co-Opted Member (The Right Reverend Kitohi Pikaahu)
Jacynthia has worked in various capacities within the public sector for most of her working life. She lived in Sydney, Australia for 15 years before moving to Brisbane Queensland to be with her aged and widowed mother. Whilst there Jacynthia devoted much of her time to the entertainment industry managing several facilities in an array of mixed media. This led to delivering programs for Māori Radio at the Ethnic Broadcasting Association of Queensland, including documentary making and 'Hardtalk' interviews, after which she returned to Aotearoa. She has completed theological studies with Te Whare Wānanga o te Pīhopatanga o Aotearoa, St John’s Theological College, and the University of Otago. She has also served representatively on numerous Anglican national, provincial, and international boards. This has taken her to many destinations throughout the Anglican Communion.
Jacynthia currently divides her roles as a parish priest and the Operations Support Manager in the General Synod Office. She has served on the Vaughan Park Governance Board since 2015.
Diocesan Council representative
Elizabeth has worked in several sectors during her working life, including, health, administration, and management. For 17 years until 2019 she was the joint owner of a national magazine, and in 2014 also became the editor of The Auckland Diocese magazine ‘The Anglican’. She now also assists small organisations with their website and communications. Outside of work, as well as her involvement in her parish of St Peter’s, Takapuna, Elizabeth has been on the Diocesan Council for two years, is the Chairperson of a large Body Corporate in Auckland, and on the board of the NZ Golf Industry Council.