CLAREMONT COLLEGE

Governance

The Claremont College School Council is comprised of volunteers who are appointed by the Anglican Schools Corporation. In practice the Council works to understand the educational environment, setting the strategic direction, guiding leadership appointments, and overseeing the management and operation of the school from a governance perspective.Meetings are generally held monthly. The Council appoints the Principal and delegates to the Principal the leadership and management of the School. The Principal is accountable to the Council.

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Rev. Craig Segaert BA, BTh, Dip Min, JP (Chairman)

Rev. Craig Segaert has been connected with Claremont College since 2001 when he joined the school Council. Both his sons were blessed by a K-6 Claremont education. He was appointed Council Chair in 2014. His deepest desire for the College is that we may be able to establish a mid-fee secondary College, acknowledging that it will only happen through a mighty move of God. Craig is the Rector of St. Nicolas’ Anglican Church, Coogee. Craig has served as Chairman of School Council since 2013.

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Mrs Janet Hohne MA 

Janet Hohne is the Managing Partner of Meetingpoint Partnership; a consultancy she founded in 2005, following a successful career in global consulting and the UK’s Energy sector. Meetingpoint Partnership specialises in the design and delivery of programs and services to enhance organisational effectiveness. Her consulting includes work across education, research and development, telecommunications, health, mining, energy, manufacturing and finance. Janet is a Chartered Member of the UK’s Institute of Personnel and Development and has an MA in Management Learning from Lancaster University. Janet has served on School Council since 2013.

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Rev Dr Andrew Moore MBBS, BD, MA

Andrew lives locally and his four children were educated at Claremont in their primary years. He now works as a GP in Maroubra and is an active and keen member of his local church St John's Maroubra. He enjoys surfing, reading, playing guitar, spending time with his family and holidays! Andrew believes that the early years of a child's life, which includes infants and primary, are crucial to what sort of person we become. Andrew has served on School Council since 2012.

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Dr Marc Williams BSc (Econ), PhD

Marc Williams is Professor of International Relations at UNSW Sydney. Since January 2015 Professor Williams has been the Associate Dean (International) in the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences with the responsibility for promoting the faculty’s international strategic goals. Prior to his appointment at UNSW, Professor Williams taught International al Relations at the University of Sussex. Marc has served on School Council since 2015.

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Mrs Shirley Lim BA

Shirley has spent 20 years leading strategy, communication, change and risk management across retail, business and institutional banking. With a passion in leadership and mentorship, she loves to invest her time helping business teams reach their potential. Shirley's deep connection and partnership with Claremont College commenced in 2011 as a part of the parent community. Shirley has served on School Council since 2015.

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The Anglican Schools Corporation CEO’s Representative
Mr Michael Newman BBus CA

My professional background has been predominantly in finance having qualified as a Chartered Accountant. For the last 11 years I have been involved in the not-for profit sector working for the Anglican Diocese of Sydney and most recently the Anglican Schools Corporation. I am a committed Christian and have used my professional skills through voluntary work on various boards and committees over many years and attend an Anglican Church in southern Sydney.