KRB School Board
Our School Board is made up of a diverse group of KRB past and present parents, alumni and industry professionals to oversee every aspect of our school including our strategic direction. The School Board is guided by the values of the Sacred Heart to ensure we can fulfill our obligation of educating hearts and minds to produce young women and men of integrity and compassion.
Dr Mark Sinclair - Board Chair
Mark joined the School Board in 2014 after a long association with Kincoppal-Rose Bay. Along with wife Judy, they chose KRB for their four daughters who attended through the boarding school from 1997-2012.
Mark is a practising dental surgeon and solicitor. He has served three terms as President of the Australian Dental Association (NSW Branch) and was a director for 19 years. His professional interest lies in contemporary risk management and he currently holds State and Federal statutory appointments in connection with dentistry regulation and practice.
Mark is Board Chair and Chair of the Governance Committee.
Greg was the Chief Executive of Schroder Investment Management (Australia) Limited. He joined Schroders in 2000 and has held roles in London, Singapore and Australia.
Greg holds a Bachelor of Economic (Actuarial Studies) degree from Macquarie University and prior to his move to Schroders he was the head of the Towers Perrin actuarial and asset consulting practice, based in Hong Kong. He is also a fellow of the Institute of Actuaries of Australia and the UK.
Greg is also a Board Member of the Financial Services Council and a Director for the Australian Indigenous Education Foundation.
Suzanne Daniel (MA Journalism, BA Communications, Dip Speech & Drama Teaching, MAICD) is an alumna of Kincoppal – Rose Bay and a past parent. She served on the School’s Governance Committee 2009-2013 and has a background in journalism, crisis management, public affairs and Non-Executive Directorship. She was the Inaugural Director of Jesuit Social Services (NSW) and is a published author.
She is a member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors, has undergone Corporate Governance training at Harvard Business School, Mediation Training through LEADR and Ethics Training through the St James Ethics Centre. Suzanne has served on Public Company, Community and Philanthropic Boards and was Chair and Trustee of the Hunter Hall Charitable Giving Scheme. Suzanne was awarded a Vincent Fairfax Fellowship for Ethics in Leadership and in 2021 the US version was honoured by the Feminist Task Force of the American Library Association and Social Responsibility Round Table for quality literature with significant feminist content.
Sr Diana Hayes RSCJ
Diana is a Religious of the Sacred Heart and a past student of The Convent of the Sacred Heart, Rose Bay.
Diana served as Principal of Barat-Burn for three years before working as a teacher, and later Principal, at St Therese, Sadleir in south-west Sydney. She has also worked in a variety of social work settings.
Diana holds many qualifications including a Diploma of Teaching, Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Social Work and Master of Theology. She has recently completed her term on the Stuartholme Board in Brisbane and is presently a Director of Catholic Healthcare Ltd.
Professor Paul J Gollan
Paul is currently Pro-Vice Chancellor (South East Asia), University of Wollongong and a Senior Professor of Management at the Sydney Business School in the Faculty of Business at the University of Wollongong.
Paul holds an MSc (Econ) and PhD from the London School of Economics. He is a highly respected academic and has held senior research, lecture and professional positions at a number of universities and colleges throughout the United Kingdom and Australia.
Paul has published 16 books in the fields of human resources and industrial relations. He has also written over 36 book chapters and 60 refereed articles in leading academic journals. He is a Fellow of the Australian Human Resources Institute and a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Personal and Development (UK).
Paul has been a member of the KRB Finance Committee since 2018 and is currently the Finance Committee Chair.
John is an alumnus of Kincoppal-Rose Bay and the parent of a current student.
John’s background as an investment banker saw him work in senior international banking roles in Australia, Hong Kong and London, specialising in energy and infrastructure finance. He currently works as a consultant to the Federal Department of Finance in Canberra and is a member of the Investment Committee of the Commonwealth’s Clean Energy Finance Corporation.
John has been a member of the KRB Finance Committee since 2014 and has also previously chaired the committee. He is a Chartered Accountant with a Bachelor of Commerce from the University of NSW and is a member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.
Linda is a lawyer with experience in commercial and corporate law. She has worked both as a practising solicitor and in-house legal counsel providing legal and risk management advice. Her areas of expertise include general commercial law, insurance, financial services and privacy.
Linda’s three daughters all attended KRB, graduating between 2010 – 2013.
Linda’s legal expertise is invaluable as a longstanding member of the School’s Governance Committee.
Loretto has 38 years’ experience in Catholic education in Australia. She served as Deputy Principal of Saint Patrick’s College Campbelltown from 1982-1990 and then Principal of St Scholastica’s College Glebe from 1990-2014.
Loretto has served as a director of the Catholic Education Commission, and the Sydney Archdiocesan Catholic Schools (SACS) Board. She represented the Good Samaritan Congregation on the Committee for Special Education for the Catholic Education Commission NSW.
Loretto brings to the board her experience as an educational leader in both boarding and day schools and indigenous education.
Lorraine was formerly a senior investment banker in Sydney and New York. She was responsible for the provision of advice (mergers, acquisitions, divestments and capital raisings) to several multinationals, public and private companies and advised on government privatisations.
In addition to being a member of the KRB School Board, Lorraine also holds board positions with Studio A and currently as the Chair of the Museum of Contemporary Arts. She is also an Advisory Board member of Global Women Leaders – Strategic Philanthropy and is a member of the TATE Museum (Britain) International Council.
Lorraine is a current parent with a daughter at KRB.