St Paul’s Anglican Grammar School Board
The Board is accountable to the Members of the Company, students, parents, staff and the whole school community for the conduct, performance and culture of St Paul’s. The Board will steer the organisation through:
- A strategic role – of setting the overall operational direction of St Paul’s; and
- A stewardship role – of ensuring that St Paul’s Anglican Grammar School has arrangements in place to meet its obligations as an Independent School and that its activities reflect St Paul’s Anglican Grammar School’s values.
Roles and Duties of the Board
It is the role of the School Board to provide strategic guidance for the School and to effectively oversee and review the School’s management. Governance practices require the School to formalise and disclose the roles and responsibilities of the School Board and its Members.
Please note, however, that all matters to do with the day-to-day operation of the School or management issues should be referred to the relevant senior staff member or ultimately to the Principal, Lisa Moloney, who can be contacted on – phone 5623 5833 or email email@example.com . The Board does not involve itself in specific management issues (such as discipline, the details of curriculum, staff concerns, or the payment of fees).
Ms Tia Navanteri, Chair
Tia Navanteri has over 20 years experience in natural resource management in the public sector and as a private consultant. Tia has been Chair and member of two State Government Committees and has experience working in interagency teams on projects at regional and state level. Tia currently provides consulting services on natural resource management for the public and private sector.
Mr Christopher Lowes, Deputy Chair
Christopher Lowes has eighteen years teaching experience in both Public and Independent Sectors, including fourteen at Beaconhills College where he held the position of Director of Music and Head of Performing Arts for much of this time. Christopher has owned and operated a finance consulting business since 2000. He holds a Bachelor of Education [Music] and a Diploma of Financial Services and is a full member of the MFAA. Between 2000 and 2010 he held the position of Church Warden and at various times, Honorary Treasurer at St James Anglican Church, Pakenham. During this same period he was also Chairman of the Sarah John Foundation Inc., a philanthropic organisation working alongside the poor and homeless in Myanmar and The Philippines. Christopher is currently a communicant member of St Paul’s Anglican Church in Warragul.
Mr Darren Jennings, Treasurer
Darren Jennings has over 20 years experience in superannuation, corporate tax and public practice tax and accounting. Darren holds a Bachelor of Business in Accounting, is a Chartered Accountant and currently the principal of an accounting firm based in Traralgon.
Dr Jenny Worboys
Jenny Worboys is a local general practitioner and senior medical educator for the Eastern Victorian general practice training program. She has a Bachelor of Medicine/Surgery and a Master of Primary Health Care (Palliative Care). Jenny is a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners) and a communicant member of St Paul’s Anglican Church.
Mr Gavin Jones
Gavin Jones is a Professional Certification Engineer and has over 25 years experience in large corporations/industry. Gavin has a Bachelor of Science Engineering (Mechanical), a Government Certificate of Competency (Factories) and is a member of the Association of Business Practitioners. He also has experience in People Management, Strategic Planning, Budgeting and Project Management and Change Management.
Mr Paul Davine
Paul Davine has been an Australian Legal Practitioner (for Victoria) for 49 years and holds a Bachelor of Laws (Melbourne) 1964. He is an active member of the Drouin Rotary Club and a Communicant member of Christ Church, Anglican Church. He is also a leader of Home Prayer, a Lay Reader, Gospel Study Group (in recess) and Lenten Home Study Group in Drouin. Paul is a former member of the Trafalgar High School Council, Marist-Sion School Council, Trafalgar Catholic Parish, Parish Council Warragul Catholic Church, Committee of Moe Racing Club, Board member of the Education Centre Gippsland, Parish Council Drouin Anglican Church, Trafalgar Lions and the Warragul Rotary Club.
Mr Dennis Murray
Dennis Murray has more than 25 years experience in international higher education. He has held executive leadership and management positions in a number of Australian universities. In 2004 he established the International Education Association of Australia and was its Executive Director until 2012. He is a Director of Murray Goold International, a consulting company with Australian and international clients. He is also a Senior Honorary Fellow of the LH Martin Institute for Leadership and Management in Higher Education at The University of Melbourne where he teaches, researches and publishes on the internationalisation of higher education.
Ms Sally Stannard
Sally Stannard has over 15 years experience in sustainability with a focus on public transport. Sally is Principal of a consulting company providing analysis, design and strategy in the transportation sector. She was Executive Director for Transport and Infrastructure in the TransLink Division of Qld Transport and Main Roads and prior to that with the TransLink Transit Authority. Sally has a combined Degree in Civil and Environmental Engineering and Arts in International Studies.
Kelly has over 15 years experience in public practice accounting with a specific focus on SMEs and superannuation. Kelly holds a Bachelor of Business in Accounting and Economics and is a Chartered Accountant in a local Public Practice.
Kelly was raised and completed her studies in Gippsland and has a strong interest in the local community. She has three children who currently attend St Paul’s Anglican Grammar School.