Our Board, Education Advisory Group and Research Group are professionals with expertise in the fields of corporate governance, education and research respectively. All have a huge passion for the impact that fathering can have on our community.
Our staff members are passionate about helping The Fathering Project achieve its vision, and work together as a team to reach as many fathers and father figures as possible.
Leading cancer researcher, Dr Bruce Robinson, is the founder of The Fathering Project. He is based at the QEII Medical Centre in Perth, part of the University of Western Australia. Bruce has over 20 years’ experience in lecturing on fathering at seminars and presentations to thousands of people in 5 countries.
In 2013, Bruce was awarded the prestigious Western Australian of the Year Award for his medical research and charity work, including his work with The Fathering Project.
Our Directors bring to the Board of The Fathering Project many years of corporate governance experience a committed passion for the impact of effective fathering on our kids. The board members have broad networks and a diverse range of skills, expertise and experience.
The Fathering Project receives wonderful support from highly credentialed individuals who are passionate and strongly supportive of The Fathering Project. The Ambassadors provide their time and expertise in promoting the benefits of an effective father and the important role that The Fathering Project plays in inspiring and equipping fathers and father figures to be better in their roles.
Our team is passionate about helping fathers and father-figures be the best they can be. As dads, grandads, mums, sons and daughters, they try as much as possible to “walk the walk”, not just “talk the talk”.
The Fathering Project’s Education Advisory Group (TFPEAG) consists of people, mainly school principals, with a high level of knowledge and experience in the WA education system.
The members of the TFPEAG provide important advice and guidance on the policies and practices of The Fathering Project’s Schools’ Program, in particular The Fathering Project’s School Group Project or “Champion” Dads’ Group program.
The Reference Group is responsible for providing professional guidance for the development, implementation and evaluation of our resources, programs and research. The group comprises leading practitioners in the key fields of endeavour for fathering, child development, population health, social work and psychology, among others.
We have a large number of volunteers who help The Fathering Project with events, administration and fundraising.