International Supervisory Board
The International Supervisory Board (ISB) provides overall guidance and governance for ICC's work in China and around the world.
Dale Weathington - ISB Board Chair
Dale is an executive with international furniture manufacturer, Kolcraft. His lengthy business background and passion for serving the poor and needy make Dale an invaluable part of the ISB. This US expat lives in Hong Kong with his wife and four children. They are very involved with their church and training young people for leadership.
Lyndel spent six years working for ICC as an occupational therapist. She was responsible for establishing our therapy department and training many of our Chinese staff in rehabilitation principles and practice. As a board member, she still makes frequent trips to China and trains ICC’s therapists. Lyndel holds a BAppSc in Occupational Therapy and has been a member of the ISB since 2003. She lives in Melbourne with her husband Adrian, her daughter and four step-children.
Andrew is currently the Senior Pastor at The Vine Church in Hong Kong. Born in the UK, Andrew moved to the US when he was seven before moving to Hong Kong at the age 12. He has lived in the city pretty much ever since, and considers Asia his true home. He is passionate about music, film, art and writing, and can often be found with either a camera or a guitar in his hand. Andrew is married to Christine and they have a beautiful daughter named Mia.
United States of America
Gordon brings a background in strategic planning and business development to the ISB. He played a role in starting two charitable foundations in Australia—where he lives—giving strategic direction to both. A retired businessman, Gordon is based in Melbourne. He has been married for over 40 years and has four children and 10 grandchildren.
Thomas is a minister at Agape Baptist Church in Singapore. He was ordained in 1991. Thomas has since served in various ministry roles—including Senior Pastor at His Sanctuary Church—and served in the Philippines. He brings practical field experience and a love of people with special needs to his role on the ISB.
Sue Munday is an occupational therapist based in the UK. She joined ICC as a full-time volunteer in 1998, based in Changsha. Sue led the therapy department and helped pioneer the group homes that are at the core of ICC’s work today. Her front line work in China and the UK, professional expertise, and dedication to ICC make her a significant asset to the ISB. She returned to the UK in 2007 but still volunteers with ICC and at a Child Development Centre in Portsmouth.