The College Board, is responsible for maintaining the College’s progress and direction under Jesuit guidance

From 20 November 2017, a new, incorporated, legal entity, St Aloysius’ College Limited (the College Board), was made responsible for the local governance and management of the College. The Principal and Rector report to the College Board and the Board reports to both Jesuit Education Australia (JEA), and the Jesuit Provincial.

The change was made with the full blessing of the Jesuit Provincial and the Society of Jesus, and all Jesuit schools involved.

Members and Officers of College Board


Chair Person

 

Mr Michael Morgan (SAC 1973)

Michael Morgan is an Old Boy of the College (SAC 1973), an architect and a father of two daughters and a son Paddy who graduated from St Aloysius’ College in 2012. In his time Michael has served as College Captain, President of P&F and Chairman of the Rugby Committee. Michael is Managing Director of Nettletontribe where he has worked since 1979; he is a Senior Counsellor and a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Architects. Michael is Chairman of the Advisory Committee for MacKillop Grange Retirement Village, and a Director of Catholic Healthcare Ltd. Michael is also a Director of The Cardoner Project and a member of Jesuit Social Services NSW Advisory Committee.

Deputy Chair

 

Mr David Wunder (SAC 1970)

David Wunder is a Civil Engineer with over 40 years’ experience with numerous employers in the engineering construction and consulting industries across both the public and private sectors. He is an Old Boy of St Aloysius’ College (SAC 1970) and a father of two, including a recent Old Boy (2008). He is also the Chair of the Property and Building sub-committee of the College Board.

Members

 

Fr Andrew Bullen SJ (SAC 1966)

Fr Andy Bullen SJ, is the Parish Priest of Our Lady of the Way, North Sydney and Lavender Bay/Kirribilli. He commenced this role in November 2013. Prior to this Fr Andy was Socius to the Provincial of the Australian Jesuits. He is an Old Boy of the College (SAC 1965). His brother and nephew also attended the College. Fr Bullen has worked at Xavier College, Melbourne and Saint Ignatius’ College, Riverview where he served as Rector from 2003 to 2011.

Mr Phil de Gail

Phil de Gail is an old boy of Christian Brothers College Manly (later St. Paul’s). He was school captain and graduated in 1967. He is father of two old boys, Peter (SAC 2002) and Michael (SAC 2010). He completed a part time degree in Building at the University of New South Wales graduating in 1975 and spent the first 15 years of his career working mainly on large city projects before founding Prime Constructions in 1983. He remains Executive Chairman of the Company. He developed a keen interest in water polo as a St Aloysius’ parent and has been President of the UNSW Wests Water Polo Club since 2007.

Mr Sean Gregory

Sean Gregory graduated from the University of Exeter with a Bachelor of Arts in 1990. He subsequently qualified as a Chartered Accountant in 1993, and is a Fellow of Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand. He serves on the Advisory Council of the University New South Wales, and a number of Boards. He is the Chief Operating Officer of PricewaterhouseCoopers Australia, and a member of the Global Strategy Board, with a career spanning 30 years at PwC. His expertise covers financial management, information technology, risk management, real estate, treasury and corporate mergers and acquisitions. 

Mr Michael Lawson (SAC 1989) 

Michael Lawson is an Old Boy of the College (SAC 1989). After leaving the College he graduated from the University of New South Wales with a Bachelor of Commerce and a Bachelor of Law and then as a post graduate he graduated from Sydney University with a Master of Law.  Michael is a practising solicitor with over 15 years’ experience. Michael is currently a Partner at law firm Minter Ellison where he advises clients on corporate matters.  Michael has a broad range of legal experience, including seven years working in London.

Dr Frank Malloy 

Frank Malloy is a Riverview Old Boy (OR'81), whose family has a long association with the Jesuits and the Loreto sisters. Frank has worked in Catholic education for the past 36 years as a teacher, secondary Principal of three schools, a Regional Director for Sydney Catholic Schools and Marist Schools Australia. Currently the National Director of Marist Schools Australia, Frank has worked with leaders of Catholic schools throughout Australia and in a number of developing countries. He has recently completed doctoral research on "The use of NAPLAN data in Catholic schools" by school leaders and teachers through the Australian Catholic University. Experience in governance of Catholic schools includes as a member of the Sydney Archdiocesan Catholic Schools Boards for two terms, a member of the Loreto Kirribilli School Council for 10 years, and currently as a Director of Loreto Ministries Ltd. Frank is a member of Saint Michael's Parish, Lane Cove.

Mrs Elizabeth Montano

Elizabeth Montano is an experienced non-executive chairman/director and governance, risk and assurance professional. She is a former Chief Executive in the Commonwealth public sector and financial services consultant and senior lawyer with King & Wood Mallesons. Elizabeth obtained her Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Laws degrees from the University of New South Wales and is a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors. In addition to her senior executive experience, Elizabeth has an extensive non-executive background in regulation, financial intelligence, natural resources management, scientific research and human services delivery. Elizabeth is a past President of the Saint Ignatius College, Riverview P&F and has a number of not for profit roles including being an operational fire fighter and holding an executive position on a NSWRural Fire Brigade and on an advisory committee for Jesuit Social Services.

Dr Kate O'Brien

Dr Kate O'Brien is currently Director, Education and Research for Sydney Catholic Schools. Kate has been a teacher and primary school principal in Catholic schools across three dioceses for over thirty years. She writes extensively on how schools attend to authentic learning and leading and has published five texts for teachers on Catholic pedagogy and higher order thinking strategies.

Kate brings a wealth of experience in learning and leadership and has a passion for those young people on the fringes in our schools and in society. Kate is passionate about supporting schools to explore the challenges of creating learning environments that are engaging, provide for student agency in choice of learning and environment, in the use of technology and how we develop the craft of excellent work.

Officers of the Board
Principal Mr Mark Tannock
Rector Fr Ross Jones SJ
   
Member Representative
Member Representative Rev Fr Tom Renshaw SJ