2014 Award Recipients
2014 Award Winners
Recognising excellence of a specific event or series of events targeting enrolments (e.g. Open Day).
St Michael’s Grammar School
Bo Rutecki, Polly Swan, James Anderson & Susan Papotto
Alumni and/or Community Event
Recognising excellence in a specific event for Alumni and/or Community
University of Queensland
Gina Wheatcroft, Amanda Briggs, Elizabeth Kerr, Briony Lipton, Matt Hoskins, Jane Atkin, Mary Brown, Shannah O’Brien & Daniel Brennan
Fundraising Campaign – Annual Giving
Recognising excellence in an Annual Giving fundraising campaign
La Trobe University
Rebecca Camilleri, Kate Keays & Dr Alan Watkinson
Fundraising Campaign – Bequests
Recognising excellence in a Bequest program
Recognising excellence in a fundraising event
Paul Thompson, David Quin & Vivienne Wearne
Marketing & Communications Campaign
Recognising excellence in a reputation and/or profile building campaign (e.g. advertising, branding identity, newsletters, brochures, annual reports, etc.)
Loreto College Marryatville
Briar Standing & Anastasia Crossman
Institutional Leader Award
Recognition of an educational leader who has supported and contributed to the role of educational advancement in their school / institution.
Joy Shepherd, Principal at St Hilda’s Anglican School for Girls
Recognition an Educate Plus member who has provided a strong sense of motivation and encouragement, a willingness to share ideas and experiences and provided practical support to their mentee through their participation in the Educate Plus Mentor Program.
Amanda McFarland, Director of Development at St Hilda’s Anglican School for Girls
Recognition an Educate Plus member who has commenced working in the field of educational advancement since the beginning of the previous Educate Plus (formerly ADAPE) International Conference year. It recognises that the recipient has made an immediate contribution to their institution through their work and is an encouragement for them to remain in the industry.
Anna Bartlett, Marketing & Development Manager at Downlands College
The following Educate Plus members were recently awarded a prestigious Fellowship of our organisation. This was in recognition of long serving, high achieving, and senior members of the profession and their outstanding work in the area of advancement and for her support of our organisation and its members.
Jo Brady, Director of Community Relations at St Margaret’s College
Sarah Gregory, Director of Development at Kambala
Bruce Perry, Registrar at St Andrew’s Cathedral School
Graham Brown, Assistant Principal at Northside Christian College
Tony Bretherton, Director of Community Relations at Geelong Grammar School
Russell Davidson, Director of Development & Alumni Relations at Haileybury College
John Phillips, Director of Advancement at Brighton Grammar School
Terry Kitchen, Community Relations Manager at Ivanhoe Grammar School
Meredith Eddington, Events Manager at Harry Perkins Institute of Medical Research
Chavaune Francis, Director of Community Relations at Presbyterian Ladies’ College
Judy Greaney, Alumni Manager at Hale School
Ruston Long, Marketing & Enrolments Manager at Kingsway Christian College
Jo Mulligan, Director of Marketing and Community Relations at All Saints’ College
Peter Robertson, Dean of Development at Aquinas College
Kate Quinn, Director of Marketing & Business Development at Scotch College
David Williams, Executive Director (Alumni) at Guildford Grammar School
TREVOR WIGNEY AWARD
This is Educate Plus’s most prestigious recognition of a member for outstanding service in the advancement of education in Australasia. It recognises individuals who have made a significant contribution through exceptional advancement success and who have advanced the professionalism of their colleagues by mentoring and giving generously of their time, expertise, vision and conviction. Nominations are made through the Chapter Presidents.
Two Awards were announced this year:
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