President: Rev. Rex Rigby, National Superintendent of the Wesleyan Methodist Church of Australia. Rex is the first indigenous head of any major Australian denomination. He lives in Brisbane, Queensland and was elected as the National Superintendent in January 2012. He is married to Lien who was a refugee from Vietnam. They have two adult children, Isabel and Daniel.
Rev. Dr Richard Waugh QSM, National Superintendent of the Wesleyan Methodist Church of New Zealand since 2002. Richard resides in Auckland and is chairman of the Auckland Church Leaders Meeting and recently elected chairman of the New Zealand National Church Leaders Meeting. He is Senior Pastor of East City Wesleyan Church, an aviation historian, and author of many books. Richard is married to Jane, an Architect, and they have three young adult children.
Secretary: Mr. Doug Ring, National Secretary of the Wesley- an Methodist Church of Australia since 2003. Doug resides in Bris- bane and attends the Logan Wesleyan Methodist Church where he serves as Church Secretary. Doug is employed as a Business Analyst, is married to Heather and they have three young adult children.
Rev. George Velopide, National Superintendent of the Wesleyan Church of Solomon Islands. George is married to Emma, is the District Superintendent of the Vella Lavella District and comes from the village of Buleana on the island of Vella Lavella.
Rev. Nashon Nosuri, National Superintendent of the Wesleyan Methodist Church of Bougainville since 2011, and has previously held this position. Nashon lives in Sewai, almost the southern part of Bougainville, near the Solomon Islands. His background was in mining engineering work. He pastors a local church. Nashon is married to Evelyn and they have five children and many grandchil- dren.
Mr. Barry Fisk, is involved in senior public sector leadership roles, with experience in service delivery, social development, finance, HR and IT. Barry has considerable church administration experience, including on the National Council of the Wesleyan Methodist Church of New Zealand. Barry resides in Auckland and works in New Zealand’s capital city, Wellington. He is also a Justice of the Peace. Barry is married to Yvonne, an ordained Minister, and they have three adult children and five grandchildren.