Governance

Governance

School Governance

Bruce Spangler, AM Chair
Annesley Council - FCA, FAICD

Bruce is a Chartered Accountant and Company Director. He presently chairs and is a director of companies involved with agriculture, wine, tourism, retail and aged care. He also consults to a number of businesses. He has been a member of a number of School Councils for many years as well as Treasurer and Chair. He joined Annesley College Council as Chair in 2012 at the commencement of Annesley Junior School. He enjoys family, sport and socialising. Bruce’s granddaughters are current students at Annesley.

Kymberley Lawrence
LLB/BA (International Relations)

Kymberley is the Insurance Specialist & Assistant Company Secretary at ElectraNet Pty Ltd. Kymberley joined ElectraNet in June 2018 and provides specialist insurance advice across the business. She has practised as a lawyer for more than 20 years in the area of insurance and corporate risk in Adelaide and New South Wales. Kym’s formal qualifications include a Bachelor of Laws and a Bachelor of Arts/ International Relations from Flinders University. Kym is a Graduate of the AICD and is the current President of the Women Lawyer’s Association of South Australia. She also sits on the Architectural Practice Board of SA. She has been a member of the Annesley Junior School Council since 2017. Kym’s son is a current student at Annesley.

Georgia Bradshaw
BJourn, BIntnlRel, GradCertStrComm

Georgia is the Public & Corporate Affairs Manager at Hostplus. She specialises in communications, government relations and stakeholder engagement having previously held roles in the public and private sectors. Georgia’s formal qualifications include a Bachelor of Journalism, Bachelor of International Relations and a Graduate Certificate in Strategic Communications from the University of South Australia. Georgia is currently a South Australian Councillor for the Public Relations Institute of Australia. Georgia is an Annesley College Old Scholar. In her spare time, Georgia enjoys catching up with family, trying new restaurants and telling really bad dad jokes.

Will Fuller
Managing Director Fuller

Will is the Managing Director of Fuller Brand Communication. His clear understanding and experience in brand and communications strategy makes him a valued advisor to his broad client portfolio and a frequent guest speaker and facilitator at workshops and events in the South Australian business community. As Managing Director, he mentors a team of 35 young creatives and has a personal influence on every project, sharing his strategic, big picture creativity and thought leadership, ensuring that every client receives world-class creative work, customer service and most importantly returns on their marketing investment. Will and his wife Olivia have two daughters attending Annesley Junior School. When off duty he can be spotted at Adelaide Oval in a Crows scarf or attempting to look like a golfer at Grange Golf Club.

James Northcote

James is a Director in Business Advisory at William Buck, specialising in tax planning, business succession and structuring, and holds a number of Advisory Board positions, with a particular focus on agribusiness. James holds of Bachelor of Commerce and is a Chartered Accountant and has previously acted as Treasurer of Cystic Fibrosis SA. Both of James’ children attend Annesley, and he often spends weekends at kids sport, in the garden or maybe going for a swim.

Beth Seaman

Rev Beth Seaman is an ordained minister in the Uniting Church and the Moderator’s Alternate to the Annesley Council. She is currently the minister of the church at Marion. A former registered nurse and midwife where she spent 20 years with Child and Youth Health, and she lectured in early childhood development and counselled families often through Parent Helpline. Beth is a regular member of a Human Research and Ethics Committee and a Book Club. She enjoys time with family and friends. Beth has two daughters who attended Annesley and her granddaughter is now a student in the ELC.

Michael Murphy

Michael is an award-winning educational leader who lives, learns, and works on Kaurna land. His purpose in Education is to inspire, motivate and support people to live well in a world worth living in. Michael is the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme Coordinator at Norwood International High School, a part-time lecturer at the University of Adelaide, and is currently undertaking a PhD in Business and Management at the University of Technology Sydney. His work has been exhibited at International Conferences and published in leading Australian Education journals. At work, he is known for his commitment to developing collective staff emotional intelligence, truly distributed leadership models, engaging projects, and a rewarding working environment, while outside of work you can find him in the garden, drawing a map, or going for a run. He and his wife Poppy have two children who have found their community at Annesley.

Chris Hoffmann

Chris Hoffmann is the Co-Founder of HEX, a for-impact education company that helps students from around the world prepare for the exponential future. In his role at HEX, Chris collaborates with companies like Atlassian, Google, and Microsoft to create innovative education experiences that empower next-gen leaders to create the world they want to live in and unlock economic growth. HEX is a proud member of Pledge 1%, giving 1% of their products and volunteering time to support disadvantaged youth to access education opportunities. Chris grew up in Southern California and moved to Adelaide from New York City in 2013 with his wife Caitlin who also works in education. He is an active member of the Australian startup and innovation scene, mentoring students and early-stage startup founders. He is one of SA's 40 under 40 and has a Masters from New York University (NYU). When he's not in 'hustle mode' with HEX, Chris can be found discovering new wineries across SA and getting to the beach as often as possible. Chris and Caitlin have two 'Aussie-American' children at Annesley.

Vivianne Kollevris

Vivianne is the Head of Airport Planning at Adelaide Airport Ltd and is responsible for the strategic master planning of infrastructure across both Adelaide and Parafield Airport. With expertise spanning planning, design, engineering, project management and stakeholder engagement, she has a track record of leading complex building and infrastructure projects locally and internationally. She holds a Bachelor's degree in Civil Engineering, Chartered Professional Engineer certification, and a diverse range of qualifications in airport operations. Driven by a passion for creativity and innovation, Vivianne also channels her interests into furniture design projects. Beyond her professional pursuits, she finds enjoyment in exploring the local food and arts scene, running and being a parent to two children who attend Annesley.

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