John Bailey is one of Australia's most senior business leaders. From a small one-man office, he developed The Income Tax Professionals, into a leading national tax consultancy. John not only excels in the business field but does community and Church service and also enjoys his large family.
Neville Rochow - Australian Senior Barrister
Neville Rochow is a Barrister and Senior Counsel in South Australia, a member of the Bar in several states, and has appeared in numerous cases before Australian Federal and High Courts. He tells why, as a young adult, he converted to Mormonism, and how the atonement of Jesus Christ harmonises with his training in justice.
Peter Meurs - Successful Corporate Mining Executive
Mormon Peter Meurs is a mechanical engineer. As an executive at Worley Parsons, he was part of the team that developed the Australian mining equipment and services conglomerate to 30,000 staff internationally. Now he is Director of Expansion and Development Projects at Fortescue Metals, the fourth largest producer of iron ore in the world.
Peter explains the reasons for his beliefs, the importance he places on his family, and the peace and happiness that come from living the teachings of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
Dr Peter Stopher - Professor of Transport Planning at the University of Sydney
Dr Peter Stopher, a professor of transport planning at the University of Sydney, holds degrees in Civil and Municipal Engineering, with a PhD in Traffic Studies from the University of London. Peter’s teaching and consulting expertise have taken him and his family to Great Britain, the United States, Canada and Australia. He has authored five books and presented or authored over 250 papers.
Peter learned about The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints when he was in his mid-fifties. After discovering the teachings were true, he joined the faith. He makes time to serve in the Church and volunteers with his wife in the Mormon Temple in Sydney. Peter tells why he believes.
Patrice Tipoki Arkins - Professional Singer, Patrice Tipoki Arkins, starred in the musical, "Wicked", in Sydney.
Performer Patrice Tipoki Arkins recently played a lead role in the play, "Wicked", in Sydney. Since a young girl, Patrice makes family life a priority over her career. Patrice recently sang the NZ national anthem at the Bledisloe Cup Game between Australia and New Zealand.
Dr Craig Raeside - Australian Forensic Psyschiatrist
Dr. Craig Raeside is a well known Australian forensic psychiatrist. He specializes in the assessment of mentally ill criminal offenders, victims of crime and other personal injuries. He gives psychiatric treatments to prisoners and often gives expert evidence in the courts for mental health, substance abuse and criminal behavior.
Grant Pitman - Chief Superintendent of Police
Grant Pitman, Chief Superintendent of Police and Director of Strategic Planning in the Queensland Police Force, comes from a family of police officers. He was accepted into university because of his values and character formed as he grew up in a family that had converted to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Grant has a number of university degrees, including a doctorate of political science.
Torah Bright - AU Olympic Gold Medal Winner in Half-pipe Competition 2010
Known for her gold medal win in the 2010 Winter Olympics half-pipe competition, Torah tells about her faith in Christ and her membership in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Torah's comments appear in an exclusive interview, the first of the new "Why I Believe" series featuring Australian Mormons who are prominent in the community.