The School Council has the ultimate responsibility for all matters relating to the running of the School.
The School Council provides the formal leadership of the strategic framework, and provides long-term direction to conform to a strategic plan.
The School Council also provides loyal but critical support for the School Executive, led by the Principal. Its role is to govern the School and not to be involved in its day-to-day management. It is the School Executive’s role to manage the School in accordance with the strategic goals set by the School Council and under its direction. The School Council does not have a management function.
The School Council has overall responsibility to ensure that the School is well-managed and that its operations are successful. It must do all things necessary to ensure that the School meets its objects as set out in the School’s Constitution.
Partner at Proctor Major & Co
Member of Australian Society of Certified Practising Accountants as well as being a Registered Tax Agent. Stuart was formerly the Chair of the CPA Public Practitioners Committee. Current Parent.
Stuart is also the Chair of the Audit and Risk Committee.
Executive Manager, Suncorp Group. Current Independent Member of the People & Culture Committee for the Environmental Protection Authority. Past President Korowa Parents' Association. Current Parent.
Principal of Korowa
DipTeach, GradDipED (Computers), MA (eLearning), MACE, MACEL, GAICD
Judge of the County Court of Victoria since 2009; Associate Judge and Master of the Supreme Court of Victoria 1993 - 2009; Solicitor 1974 - 1992; Former Board Member of two independent schools. Former Governing Council of the Association of Independent Schools of Victoria (now ISV).
Chair Governance Committee. Member of Nominations Committee.
Robert and Helen are not members of the School Council, but regularly attend meetings. Robert also acts as Secretary to the School Council.
Operations Manager - Telehealth Royal Melbourne Hospital & North Western. Adjunct Senior Lecturer (Science Health & Engineering) at La Trobe University. Previously Deputy Director Education & Research, Northeast Health Wangaratta. Past Student.
Member of Audit and Risk Committee.
Governance professional with significant governance, legal and corporate experience. Former Head of Governance - Sustainability Committee & Directors at BHP (until 2018). Senior Associate of global law firm, Blake Dawson (now Ashurst), until 2010. Current Parent and Past Student - Debating Captain and School Pianist 1997.
Megan is a member of the Governance Institute of Australia's Legislation Review Committee and is a former Management Committee member of three not for profit organisations focused on children.
Member of Governance Committee.
Professor Julian Smith is currently Head of the Department of Surgery, School of Clinical Sciences at Monash Health, Monash University; Head of the Department of Cardiothoracic Surgery, Monash Health; Clinical Director, Specialty Program, Monash Health; faculty member, Graduate Programs in Surgical Education, RACS & University of Melbourne; Associate Editor of the Annals of Cardiothoracic Surgery; and a cardiothoracic surgeon. Current Parent.
Chair of Building Committee.
Richard is a Project Architect and Project Manager with extensive international and local experience in the design, project management and delivery of technically complex projects. He has worked for Sir Norman Foster and Associates and Sir Terry Farrell and Partners in the UK and Hong Kong. Current Parent.
Member of Building Committee.
Senior Counsel, Fairfax Radio Network, Fairfax Media. Member of Junior Chamber International and Melbourne Junior Chamber of Commerce. Past Student – School Captain 1997. Chair Building Committee. Chair Nominations Committee.