Tiffany Donnelly BA (Hons) MA PhD
Tiffany Donnelly received her doctorate in English Literature from the University of Queensland. Her research has centred on the literature and drama of the Victorian period. Dr Donnelly will take up the post of Principal of The Women’s College in January 2020, being responsible for all aspects of the College’s operations. She is an ex-officio member of the College Council and resides on-site.
Natalie Smith BScJap, GradDipEd, GradDipHuman&SocSc, MEdAdmin, MACE, MACEL
Natalie Smith holds a Bachelor of Science with Japanese and a Masters of Educational Administration. She has extensive teaching experience in secondary schools in Queensland, most recently in a senior leadership role responsible for studies and administration. The Vice Principal has oversight of a combination of academic, operational and business-related activities; in particular, the Teaching Fellow, Academic Tutorial and Academic Assistant Programs.
Anne-Maree McCarthy MMgt (MGSM)
Anne-Maree McCathy has extensive experience in the management of domestic and international student recruitment and admissions in the tertiary and secondary education sectors. The Registrar manages the applications and admissions process for new students, and has responsibility for building the College’s capacity to attract a diverse range of residential and affiliate applicants.
Peter Bull BEc, CPA
The Business Manager is responsible for the efficient financial management and reporting of financial activities to the College Council and its Finance Committee. The College’s IT provision is also a key responsibility. The Business Manager is available for students to discuss their financial matters.
The Executive Assistant provides administrative support to the Principal and Vice Principal. She is secretary to the Council and its Committees.
Co-Manager, Conference & Events
Gineke de Haan BHM, MArchSci
The Conference Co-Managers share the scheduling and running of events and conferences at the College, both in semester, and the summer and winter breaks.
Co-Manager, Conference and Events
Ms Siobhan Richardson BA Hons (Bus)
The Co-Managers, Conference and Events work together to arrange successful events for our students, alumnae and external clients.
Romy Fung BLibStud
The Philanthropy Coordinator is responsible for the College’s philanthropic programs, including donor recognition, bequests, scholarships and capital campaigns.
Amelia Sweeney BEd (Sec:Maths) BSc
The Sub Dean assists with the Resident Assistant and co-curricular programs at the College.
Trish Sharp is the friendly face at the College Reception. With her team of student or duty receptionists, the Reception Co-ordinator is the first point of contact for students at College, taking payments and general enquiries as well as dealing with administrative matters.
The Facilities Manager reports on all maintenance and facilities related matters to the College Council through its Building Committee. He also supervises the College’s capital works program.
Lorna Siah-Reisner Dip HCA
Lorna Siah-Reisner manages the College’s housekeeping. She creates our beautiful flower displays.
Assistant Business Manager
Tina Leung BA MComm
The Assistant Business Manager provides support to the Business Manager in managing college financials, research and data analysis. She is also responsible for daily accounting operations and oversees office administration.
Karen Thomas runs the College kitchen for our catering contractor, Alliance. Her key focus as site manager is to keep up the Women’s College’s reputation for the best College food in Sydney. Karen trained in England as a chef, working in hotels and restaurants in London and Sydney before moving into contract catering.