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I M PAC T O F G I V I N G

2017–2018


Welcome to the Foundation's Impact of Giving Report: 2017-18. Over the past year, our key focus has been to successfully complete the Her Future Begins Here campaign. This campaign supports the redevelopment of our Junior School, Barbreck, our largest building project in 50 years. Thanks to the very generous support of the St Catherine’s community, we have exceeded our initial campaign target of $3 million. This is a fantastic result and is very much valued and appreciated by students and staff. To help us to equip and resource the Junior School, we are now aiming for $3.5 million in gifts by the time we formally close the campaign at the end of 2018. It was wonderful to see so many smiling and excited faces from our Barbreck girls when they first walked through their new classrooms and facilities. No doubt, this excitement will continue as they experience their purpose-built Music and Art Studios, STEM Laboratory, Language Lab and Library & Resource Centre. All this has been made possible because of the philanthropic partnership of the St Catherine’s community.

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Thanks to the generous support of our community, we also look forward to the completion of the $3 million upgrade to the laboratories in the Edna Holmes Centre for Science. This project will transform the teaching environment, extend student exploration and discovery, and prepare our girls for 21st century careers in science and technology. We recently welcomed former Principal, Ms Dorothy Pizzey AM, past boarders, Council members and staff to celebrate 20 years of boarding at Illawarra. Through your generous support, we have enabled rural and regional boarders and Indigenous boarders to achieve their potential and build a lifelong love for learning through a St Catherine’s education. I know you share our belief that St Catherine’s is truly a place where her future begins. Thank you to our Campaign Team, Foundation Board, Principal, Development & Community Relations Office, staff and, particularly our supporters, for achieving a great result this year. We could not have done it without your support.

Mr Wayne Kent CHAIR, ST CATHERINE’S SCHOOL FOUNDATION BOARD


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“Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much.” – Helen Keller The St Catherine’s School community has achieved so much over the past year and it is my pleasure to report to you on our key achievements and results. In partnership with the Foundation, the School has made considerable progress on its two key major projects: • the redevelopment of our Junior School, Barbreck • the upgrade to the Edna Holmes Centre for Science We have been overwhelmed by the support received, not only in reaching our $3 million initial target for the Junior School redevelopment project but also in the number and range of gifts obtained – thank you. We are very grateful for the support received from across our community of alumni, parents, international families and staff. This generosity has been inspiring to be a part of and a testament to our growing spirit of philanthropy.

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Some of the key campaign statistics are included in this report. We know that for many families, the decision to contribute to the Junior School campaign was a result of their personal conviction for Barbreck, not just its amazing new educational facilities, but in the nurturing and empowerment of their daughter(s). We are pleased to share a few of their stories on the following page. We were delighted to recognise and celebrate the School’s philanthropic successes and achievements at our annual social evening in May 2018. This year, our annual Foundation event was held in the grand La Trobe Reading Room at the State Library of Victoria. We were also honoured to welcome our benefactors to tour the new Junior School prior to its opening in June. At the time of writing, we have approximately 75 families who each contributed over $10,000 to the Junior School campaign. These families will have their generosity recognised through an innovative art installation in the new Library and Resource Centre. Bookmark her Future will be a colourful and meaningful display with a much-treasured family book framed and displayed in the installation for many years to come. It has been wonderful to hear the joy and fond recollections of families in choosing their special book. I trust you will enjoy reading some of these stories shared in this report.

In 2017, the School’s Annual Giving achieved its highest ever result thanks to your support and I am pleased to report that in 2018, we again received over $100,000 in donations. This will enable the School to complete its major capital works and offer new scholarships for Indigenous and rural and regional students. This generosity is particularly timely as the School celebrated 20 years of boarding at Illawarra in May.

Finally, I would like to extend sincere thanks to the organising committee of ‘A Winter’s Night’, especially our own ‘tour de force’, Lisa Steven and brilliant co-chair, Liz Addison-Baker. It was an outstanding occasion bringing together our community with the net proceeds exceeding $105,000. The funds will be put towards the Edna Holmes Centre for Science project, which will help prepare our girls for 21st century careers in science and technology.

The Foundation Board has commenced the process of refreshing its bequest program, which will include consulting with alumni, past parents and longserving staff. The program recognises that philanthropic support in the form of a gift in your Will, is an enduring way to support current and future girls and strengthen the School’s future. We look forward to formally launching the program next year and sincerely thank all individuals and families who have notified the School of their intention to leave a gift in their Will.

Thank you again for your amazing support in 2017-18 – it will make a considerable and positive impact on the lives of St Catherine’s students for many years to come.

Mr Stuart Galbraith DIRECTOR OF DEVELOPMENT AND COMMUNITY RELATIONS

The teamwork, dedication and enthusiasm of our rowers and their parents has produced some excellent results and personal achievements in 2017-18. Thank you to our Heyington Club families who have again dug deep to enable the purchase of another leading practice Empacher rowing boat, further reinforcing our commitment to providing the best facilities for our students. Celebrating 20 years of boarding at Illawarra

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Giving For Her Future Education is the Foundation Lisa and Martin James’ daughter Claudia is a Year 10 student at St Catherine’s School. They also have a son who attends a leading private boys’ school. “We are proud and supportive of both schools and actively contribute where we can,” Lisa said. “We believe that education is the foundation of life and the greatest gift we can give to our children. All of our daughters deserve, and are entitled to, the same opportunities as our sons. Our support of the Junior School redevelopment is to build on the investment in our daughters, as many other families have done before us and hopefully an increasing number of families into the future.”

The Best We Can Give Her Kate and Mark Nilsen’s daughter Millie joined St Catherine’s as a Prep student and is now in her final year in the Junior School. As Kate described, “our family’s contribution to the new Junior School was driven by the desire to

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ensure that St Catherine's continue to educate and cultivate young ladies to the best of their ability. The new Barbreck will offer this in a modern and positive environment incorporating leading technology. The formative years of a child's life are incredibly important, so it was paramount to us that our daughter’s education and environment be the best we can give her.”

Making the Most Out of Life “Education is a critical factor in empowering our children to achieve their personal best and to arm them with the tools to meet life’s challenges,” said Scott Favaloro, father to Amelie (Year 2) and Chloé (Year 5). “Jane and I want to give our daughters the best possible education, not just for their own personal happiness and success, but also to contribute to society for the betterment of others. We are pleased to do what we can to support St Catherine’s, its values and the wonderful environment for learning and development that the new Barbreck will provide our daughters and those that go after them.”


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In Their Own Words For many families participating in Bookmark her Future, the choice of book to be displayed in the new Junior School Library and Resource Centre was particularly meaningful and a reflection of their values, culture and time spent reading together. Thank you to the three families who agreed to share their story with us.

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A Beautiful, Inspiring Story “Bookmark her Future was an opportunity for our family to express our gratitude for the nurturing, positive and solid start St Catherine’s has given our girls in their early years”, said Julie Bertalli, mother of Arkie (Year 6) and Scarlett (Year 1). Arkie often becomes lost in books, particularly character studies. “Mum will be calling me for dinner and I just don’t hear her. The War that Saved My Life by Kimberley Brubaker Bradley was worse than ever! The children in this book are sad and neglected, living a bleak life and then the country goes to war. Through the kindness and then love of a stranger, they start a new life and what started out as something to be feared becomes beautiful and loving. It is a hopeful and happy story set in terrible times. Books let my sister and I see how other people live, their challenges, emotions and experiences, and gives us ideas and a sense of compassion. Books make us see our own lives so differently,” Arkie said.

A Family Tradition

The Power of Love

For parents Paula and Stuart Moir, it was important that they chose a book that their entire family had loved. “Mr Galliano’s Circus by Enid Blyton was the first chapter book that we read to each of our children. This much-loved story from my childhood was an instant hit with Ruby (Year 9), Luke and Polly (Year 3),” Paula said.

With the passing of her Mum when she was a child, Chrissy Ryan (Graham ’79) was determined to never miss an opportunity to tell her children how much she loves them.

“They were captivated by the characters and colour of the tale, as the turning of pages magically brought the travelling circus scene to life. We had a special fondness for the patience, love and laughter that was portrayed in the relationships between the different performing animals and their quirky trainers.

“When discussing with my daughters (Emma ’06 and Eliza ’11) what book we felt best represented us and who we are, the beautiful story of Guess How Much I Love You by Sam McBratney sums us up. All my children know the enormous amount of love I have for them, and I feel that love in return every single day,” Chrissy said.

When we discussed our selection with the children, their faces all lit up, and smiles spread across their faces as they each recalled the weeks spent at bedtime unravelling this adventure. Their reaction confirmed this as the perfect choice to represent what reading, books and storytelling means to our family,” Paula said.

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PERCENTAGE OF MONIES RAISED ACROSS OUR COMMUNITY ELC

Junior School

7.9% $3.348 million

30.7% Alumni

13.8%

25.8% Senior School Council 13% School

8.5% Staff & Friends

0.3%

including Board and Committee Members

Note: Constituents may be members of several categories

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Past Parents


3%

ELC

21%

Past Parents

16% Senior School Junior School

19%

Council 11% School including Board and Committee Members

Alumni

20%

& 16% Staff Friends

Summary of your generosity

PERCENTAGE OF GIFTS ACROSS OUR COMMUNITY

Note: Constituents may be members of several categories

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RANGE OF GIFTS RECEIVED $22.4K

$122.8K

$585K

$495K

$535K

$1,037.5K

$550K

$250K+ $100K+ $50K+ $20K+ $10K+ $1K+ Under $1K

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50

Number of Gifts

57

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Range Amount

10

Total Received

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K = Thousand

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100 NEW FOUNDATION MEMBERS

TOTAL DONORS BOOKMARK HER FUTURE 77 families participating

69 new

donors

GAVE $1.4 MILLION

25 CAMPAIGN EVENTS 440 ATTENDEES

Summary of your generosity

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Donors

July 2017 – 30 June 2018

Alumni (SCOGA) 6 ANONYMOUS 1930s

Kathleen Rankin (’35)† 1940s

Joan Glover (Barwood ’40) Mary Hope OAM (Molesworth ’40) Diana Brélaz (Deutgen ’44) Lady Southey AC (Myer ’45) June Vose (Mackay ’46) Jennifer Jeffries-Wilson (Ramsay ’47) Margaret Howes (Duckett ’48) Jill Richards (Sargood ’48) Judy Matear (Spry ’49) 1950s 3 ANONYMOUS

Susan McDonald (Officer Brown ’50) Jeannette Fraser (’51)† Wendy Hampel (Macdonald ’51) Thea Manson (Coltman ’51) Ann Butement (’52) Hilary Day (Oliphant ’52) Janet Gibson (Currie ’53) Janet Hawkins OAM (Guest ’52) Jenny Lansell (Home ’52) Elizabeth Burman (Harley ’55) Noel Calvert (Davidson ’55) Elizabeth Loane (Hayes ’56) Caroline Vaillant (Officer Brown ’56) Anne Court (Lowry ’58) Letitia Shelton (Cole ’58) 1960s 2 ANONYMOUS

Prue Soutter (Macnaughtan ’62) Lisa Nicoll-Cooke (Nicoll ’63) Susan Macaw (Gawler ’64) Harriet Edquist (’65) Elizabeth Douglas (Gillon ’67) Amanda Stewart (Trumble ’69)

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1970s

Sarah Fulford (’70) Sally Ahern (Watson ’74) Chrissy Skinner (Condon ’76) Gina Israel (Shackell ’76) Catherine McDowall (’76) Clare Cannon (Darling ’77) Rosie Garrisson (Waite ’78) Chrissy Ryan (Graham ’79) Annabel Holmes (Levy ’79) Meredith Taylor (’79) 1980s (1 ANONYMOUS)

Annabel Bowden (Lewis ’80) Joanna Anderson (Nicholas ’86) Fiona Menzies (’87) Kim Clemens (’89) Holly Shergold (Tinsley ’89) 1990s

Sarah Foote (Scambler ’93) Nina Aberdeen (Kirby ’94) Lachlan Armstrong (’95) Marita Lincoln (Batty ’96) Kate Barber (’96) Sarah Cantrill (Cumming ’96) Alexa Grahame (Rowlands ’96) 2000s

Axi Cooper (’05) Maddie Hunter (’05) Emma Ryan (’06) Penny Watson (’07) Eliza Ryan (’11) Katherine Zhao (’16) Current Parents 4 ANONYMOUS

Nina (Kirby ’94) & Paul Aberdeen Joanna (Nicholas ’86) & Nigel Anderson Rebekah & Lachlan Armstrong (’95) Anna Thomas & David Barrington

Nicole & Ross Begley Christine & Graeme Bray Clare (Darling ’77) & Andrew Cannon AM Meng (Sherrie) Zeng & Yi (Gary) Cao May & James Chen Weiwei Chi Symone & Andrew Demetriou Sally & Phil Dreaver Jane & Scott Favaloro Sarah (Scambler ’93) & Andrew Foote Lyra & Marco Gattino Abigail & Adam Gill Jenny Proimos & Nicholas Glenning Katy & Chris Gobel Suzie & Simon Gough Emma & Richard Green Helen Rofe QC & Rowan Gregory Lisa Hennessy Christina & Andrew Herold Karen McKendrick & Sean Hogan Lisa & Martin James Sally & Richard Joubert Sonia & Wayne Kent Cathy & Peter Kudelka Vivian Le Chunxin (Tracy) Li Lin Lin Marita (Batty ’96) & Julian Lincoln Sarah & George Low Yi Li & Pengwei (Ivan) Ma Erica & Peter Marriott Dianne & Adrian Martuccio Fiona Menzies ('87) Caroline & Cameron McAllister Guizhen (Melissa) Wang & Yu Meng Dimity & Spencer Millear Paula & Stuart Moir Kate & Roger Motteram Georgina & Nicholas Murdoch


Caroline & Gary Nattrass Annick Houle & Stephen O’Connor Julie-Anne & Dean Pagnin Betty Alexopoulos & Bill Papastergiadis Claudette Passon Gina & Stuart Peele Rachael & Joe Powell Emma & Ian Pratt Fiona & Scott Reinke Fiona Winzar & Robert Sdraulig Ting (Tina) Li & Ye Shao Xiaoyu (Ammy) Huang & Hua Shen Holly (Tinsley ’89) & Jim Shergold Michelle McDade & Dean Sleigh Lisa & John Steven Catherine & Rohan Sutherland Monique Rosshandler & Ion Teska Vanessa & Geoffrey Thorn Rupali Kashyap & Arjun Thyagarajan Anna & Bill Tymms Jane Hodder & Murray Ware Katherine Wang Samantha & Stuart Wood QC Gillian Ruan & Paul Yu Yan (Joanna) Sun & Xiayu (Joe) Zhu

Sam Hayward Bill Hogg Annabel (Levy ’79) & Allan Holmes Margaret (Duckett ’48) & Sam Howes Gina (Shackell ’76) & Peter Israel Jennifer Jeffries-Wilson (Ramsay ’47) Jenny Lansell (Home ’52) Elizabeth Loane (Hayes ’56) Thea (Coltman ’51) & Ian Manson Susan McDonald (Officer Brown ’50) Patricia McKenzie Christina & Anthony Nicholas Lisa Nicoll-Cooke (Nicoll ’63) John Nieuwenhuysen AM Annie & John Paterson Jill Richards (Sargood ’48) Chrissy (Graham ’79) & Paul Ryan Letitia Shelton (Cole ’58) Masahiro Shinada Chrissy (Condon ’76) & Andrew Skinner Lady Southey AC (Myer ’45) Amanda (Trumble ’69) & Bruce Stewart Charles Tegner June Vose (Mackay ’46) Jenny Woods

Past Parents 3 ANONYMOUS

Friends of St Catherine’s

Sally (Watson ’74) & Stephen Ahern Diana Brélaz (Deutgen ’44) Gail & Jim Butler Louise & Don Carroll Astrida & Craig Cooper Anne Court (Lowry ’58) Alison Eaves Harriet Edquist (’65) Anna & John Field Sophie & Tim Gardiner Rosie (Waite ’78) & Tony Garrisson Janet Gibson (Currie ’53) Rebecca & Jamie Gray

Jan Peele Catherine Samuel Anne Smith St Catherine's Parents' & Friends' Association John Toulantas Sofya Vainer Sylvia Walton AO Mike Zammit † Deceased

Jo Atkins Ann Badger Brockhoff Foundation Michelle & Justin Carroll Anne Connellan Joe Esposito The Rev. Dr Peter French Stuart Galbraith Noelene Horton AM Susan (Gawler ’64) & Ross Macaw Cassie Monahan Alana Moor Kerrie Mussert

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Foundation Members Margaret Wallace Smith† Anne Waterhouse Chunxin (Tracy) Li & Xiaoqing Yao Fellow Patron

1 ANONYMOUS

Janet Hawkins OAM (Guest ’52) Patricia Ilhan & John Ilhan† Sarah & Bails Myer AC Carina & Douglas Reid Lady Southey AC (Myer ’45) Benefactor

3 ANONYMOUS

Toni (Pierce ’67) & Martin Armstrong May & James Chen Jeannette Fraser† Rebecca & Jamie Gray Sonia & Wayne Kent Christina & Anthony Nicholas Annie & John Paterson St Catherine’s Old Girls’ Association (SCOGA) St Catherine’s Parents’ & Friends’ Association (PFA) Michelle & Harry Wang Gillian Ruan & Paul Yu Trustee 2 ANONYMOUS

Lloyd Bickerton Clare (Darling ’77) & Andrew Cannon AM Caroline & Philip Cornish Margaret Darling AM (Anderson ’39)† Barbara & Stuart Foley Pam (Wallace Smith ’54) & Graeme Fraser Neilma Gantner (Myer ’38)† Grenet Foundation Lisa & Jack Hennessy Mary-Louise & Christopher Leach Louise & Martyn Myer AO Lisa & John Steven

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Julia (McKinley-Wilson ’69) & Warwick Anderson Rebekah & Lachlan Armstrong (’95) Pierce Armstrong Foundation Samantha Baillieu AM (Myer ’78) & Charlie Baillieu Gail & Jim Butler Astrida & Craig Cooper Anne Court (Lowry ’58) Sally & Phil Dreaver Anna & John Field Fiona & Andrew Fox Isabella Green OAM (Stokes ’58) & Richard Green Deb & Euan Gronow Bill Johnson Jane & Ian Mandie Erica & Peter Marriott Annabel (Plummer ’82) & Rupert Myer AO Fiona (Malley ’76) & Sid Myer AM Sandra (McIntosh ’62) & Stephen Nicholas Ting (Tina) Li & Ye Shao Kate & Stephen Shelmerdine AM Lindy Shelmerdine (’80) Anna & Bill Tymms Sandra & Achilles Tzelepis Jane Hodder & Murray Ware Senior Member 4 ANONYMOUS

Nina (Kirby ’94) & Paul Aberdeen Alba & Nick Bernardo Deborah (Manos ’77) & Peter Berry Julia & Cameron Bertalli Sally Morrell (’79) & Andrew Bolt Jodie & Patrick Cody Marina & Anthony Darling

Symone & Andrew Demetriou Carolyne & Graeme Devlin Alexandra (Boynton ’76) & Gordon Dickinson Alison Eaves Robert Eaves Jane & John Edwards Lucy (King ’90) & Andrew Fortey Lyra & Marco Gattino Louise Lampard (’79) & Gavin Gleeson† Katy & Chris Gobel Suzie & Simon Gough Sally Clarke & Tim Gullifer Jane & Andrew Guy Sherene & Peter Guy Amanda & Richard Hamer Sam Hayward Lou & Anthony Heffernan Christina & Andrew Herold Miche Bonett-Horton & Ted Horton Ann (Pisterman ’64) & Tony Hyams Sally & Richard Joubert Vanessa (Heinze ’89) & Russell Keating Jenny Lempriere Marita & Jim Lillie Thea (Coltman ’51) & Ian Manson Judy Matear (Spry ’49) Sarah (Baillieu ’68) & Robert McKay Patricia McKenzie Alexandra Mayes (’80) Carole & John Middleton Kate & Mark Nilsen Erica Gill & Brendan O’Brien Julie-Anne & Dean Pagnin Lady Ramsay† Don Ravida Lucy Ravida Gill & Charlie Richardson Nathalie & David Shergold Margery Snowball (Hilford ’43) Judith Williams (Best ’39)†


Samantha & Stuart Wood QC Member 6 ANONYMOUS

Patti & Frank Ainalis Anna & Tom Alexiadis Desi (Kalfadellis ’87) & Manny Anezakis Jennifer & Logan Armstrong Louise & John Ayre Everard Baillieu† Caroline Balderstone (’87) Peter Balderstone Samantha (Pratten ’79) & Andrew Ballantyne Lyndal & Michael Barrington Mim & Michael Bartlett Meg Begg (Christensen ’61) Nicole & Ross Begley Peter Bennison Anthea (Gray ’79) & Stephen Bickford Annabel Bowden (Lewis ’80) Caroline (Purves ’63) & Stephen Brain Prue & Nicholas Brown Celia Burrell AM (Shelmerdine ’83) & Will Burrell AM Geraldine & Andrew Buxton Andrea Donaldson & Bruce Caine Sarah & James Cameron Wallace Cameron Meng (Sherrie) Zeng & Yi (Gary) Cao Belinda & Iain Carmichael Louise & Don Carroll Michelle & Justin Carroll Toula & Brett Chatfield Yini Huang & Weiwei Chi Rebecca (Mayes ’84) & John Clark Peter Clements Kate & George Colman Jocelyn Cooper (Bottomley ’44)† The Hon Andrea Coote Sarah & Andrew Cormie Jenifer & Stephen Cottrell Nicola (Foley ’83) & David Court

Andrew Darbyshire Kristene & David Deague The Hon Linda Dessau AC Melissa (Nicholas ’82) & Dom Doyle Cathryn Eckersley Jenny Elstoft (Latreille ’58) Sally & Mark Elstoft Douglas Engmann Jennifer & John Fast Jane & Scott Favaloro Mandy Catanach & Nigel Fish Sarah (Scambler ’93) & Andrew Foote Sarah & Lachie Fraser-Smith Sophie & Tim Gardiner Margaret & Adrian Gardner Gaby Tomkin & John Gdanski Maryanne & Dario Giannarelli Janet Gibson (Currie ’53) Kerry Gillespie Kate & Craig Gilmour Jenny Proimos & Nicholas Glenning Lou & Philip Goodman Judy & Kevan Gosper AO Peta & Robert Gray Helen Rofe QC & Rowan Gregory Kay Sneath & Anthony Hall Taff (Watson ’81) & Will Hamilton Christine & Richard Harbig Fleur & Lars Heidenreich Dorothy† & Ian Hicks AM Wayne Hinton Jane & Stephen Hiscock Annabel (Levy ’79) & Allan Holmes Roni & Gaby Hubay Karen & Graeme Hunt Crisoula & Naji Imam Gina (Shackell ’76) & Peter Israel Pamela Jacobson (Sallman ’44) Lisa & Martin James Kate & Mark Johnson

Mandy Coupe & Peter Jurcevic Sue & Nick Karunaratne Sally Keating (Pinkus ’71) Alice Keilar Diana & James Kimpton AM Elizabeth & Jerry Koh Cathy & Peter Kudelka Lara Stocco & Shane Kyriakou Elizabeth Lane Sarah (Wilson ’73) & David Lawford Karen (Lim ’87) & William Lee Jill & Tim L’Estrange Alison Tarditi & Andrew Leyden Lin Lin Sally (Shelmerdine ’73) & David Lindsay Sarah & George Low Susan (Gawler ’64) & Ross Macaw Lisa & Stewart Macciolli Carey Baker-Mackie & Terrence Mackie Kirsten & Scott Mailer Niamh & Simon McCall Lelde & Peter McCoy Justin & Julie McNab Carol & John McQuay Rosemary & Roderick McRae Kathleen Mein (Rhys-Jones ’31)† Fiona Menzies (’87) Graham Menzies Shayne & Graeme Menzies Deborah & Ross Middleton Paula & Stuart Moir Philip Molyneux AM† Annabel Montgomery (Darling ’76) Jenifer Murchie (Paton ’53) Jane & Fraser Murrell Gill Myer (Woods ’72) Tony Myer Kerrie & Jamie Nasser Caroline & Gary Nattrass Anne (Harbig ’64) & David Neate

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Foundation Members Member (cont.)

Felicity & Michael Nettlefold P B Nicholas† Lisa Nicoll-Cooke (Nicoll ’63) Annick Houle & Stephen O’Connor Ginny & Michael Palmer Tiffany-Lynn & Benjamin Pascoe Claudette Passon Hugh Paton Conny & Spiro Paule Margery Pierce† Dorothy Pizzey AM Irene (Crooke ’29) & Quintin Pollard† Catherine & Roger Poole Carrie & Dennis Price Meredith & Michael Pryse Avril (Goldstone ’46)† & Ian Rainford OAM† Cathy & Michael Ramsden Barbara Randall Stephen Randall Fiona & Scott Reinke Anni Grimwade (’79) & Tim Roberts Rachel & Peter Robertson Becky Hyde & Dale Rodgers Nadine & Jonathan Rosham Rowena (Williams ’87) & Nicholas Rudge Chrissy (Graham ’79) & Paul Ryan Katy & Chris Sadler Nicky Schooling & Ross Smith Gabby & Jason Scillio Katrina & John Shackell Laraine & Peter Sharr Holly (Tinsley ’89) & Jim Shergold Vivienne & David Showers† Robert Sinclair Sam Sinclair Jackie (Barnes ’77) & Greg Sitch Jennifer Sitch (Wilson ’77) Chrissy (Condon ’76) & Andrew Skinner

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Linda & Garnet Smith Dacre Smyth AO† Jane Song Catherine & Jonathon Sprott Anna & Clive Standish Vicki Standish Susan (Connor ’61) & Richard Stanley Amanda (Trumble ’69) & Bruce Stewart Catherine & Rohan Sutherland Jannie & Henry Tay Bob Taylor† Charles Tegner Monique Rosshandler & Ion Teska Elizabeth Thomas Vincent Thomas Rupali Kashyap & Arjun Thyagarajan Rebecca & Nick Turnbull Tatiana Drever Turner & Andrew Turner Blaan & Saverio Valmorbida Chirawan & Sunya Viravaidya Rowena Phillips & David Vote Lisa Walford Nicholas Walford Louise (Macdonald ’83) & Jonathan Walmsley Fiona (Kittson ’82) & Patrick Walsh Sylvia Walton AO Yumin Ren & Hui Wang Bei Song & Zhiqiang Wang Judith Ward Alison & Rod Watkins Sandra Meena & Brendon Watkins Jill Watson (Bazeley ’51) Penny Watson (’07) Prue Weber (Larritt ’62) Alvie & Stephen Webster Michelle Jablko & Paul Wegener Hualu (Lulu) Dai & Li Wei Jane & Richard Whiter William Wilson†

Carol Haynes & Skipp Williamson Linda & Carrie Wong Xuan (Lisa) Weng & Wei Jun Wu Venetia & Stavros Yallouridis Hong Chen & Chun Yang Lisa & John Zeigler Cindy Yuan & Adam Zhang Yan (Joanna) Sun & Xiayu (Joe) Zhu ______________________________________________ St Catherine’s School has made every effort to ensure accuracy in this publication. We apologise for any omissions or errors. List current as at 30 June 2018. † Deceased


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