School Board

The KRB School Board comprises the Religious of the Sacred Heart, alumni, as well as current and past parents:

Board Chair - Byran Curtin
Deputy Board Chair - Dr Mark Sinclair

Mark has been a Board Member since 2014 and currently chairs the Governance Committee.

He is a practicing dental surgeon and solicitor. He maintains a professional profile in contemporary risk management. He currently holds statutory appointments at both State and Federal level in connection with the regulation and practice of dentistry.

Mark has served three terms as President of the Australian Dental Association (NSW Branch) and was a director for 19 years. He is married to Judy and their four daughters all attended KRB through the Boarding School from 1997 to 2012.

Greg Cooper

Greg is the Chief Executive of Schroder Investment Management (Australia) Limited. Greg is an actuary by background and prior to joining Schroders in 2000 he was the Head of the actuarial and asset consulting practice for Towers Perrin in Asia, based in Hong Kong. 

Since joining Schroders Greg has held roles in London, Singapore and Australia. He holds a Bachelor of Economics (Actuarial Studies) degree from Macquarie University, Sydney.

He is 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

Suzanne is an alumna of Kincoppal-Rose Bay (1979) and a past parent. She served on the School’s Governance Committee 2009-2013. Suzanne has a background in journalism and public affairs and was the Inaugural Director of Jesuit Social Services (NSW).

She is a member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and has served on public company, community and philanthropic boards. In 2000 Suzanne was awarded a Vincent Fairfax Fellowship for Ethics in Leadership through the St James Ethics Centre.
Diana Hayes

Diana Hayes (Dip Teaching, BA, BSW, MTh) is a Religious of the Sacred Heart, a past student of Rose Bay and was for three years Principal of Barat-Burn before working at St Therese, Sadleir in south-west Sydney as teacher and later Principal. She then studied Social Work and worked in a variety of settings. She holds a Theology degree. She has recently completed her term on the Stuartholme Board in Brisbane and is presently also a Director of Catholic Healthcare Ltd.
Mary-Lou Jarvis

After graduating in Law from Adelaide University, Mary-Lou worked as a solicitor and barrister in private practice specialising in planning and environment law then as a corporate counsel before moving into association management. For the past 20 years Mary-Lou has worked in communications or politics. She is a director of her own communications company and has also been CEO of a public relations business within a publicly listed company.

Mary-Lou has advised 3 federal government Ministers including the current Prime Minister. Most recently she was a Ministerial adviser in the Social Services portfolio with special responsibility for Settlement Services and Multicultural Affairs. 

She is a director of the Mustard Seed Institute, a Rwandan based think tank. She is a former director of National Trusts of Australia, Zone Chair for the Salvation Army Red Shield Doorknock Appeal, Advisory Board member of Our Big Kitchen and The Australian String Quartet, the Board of Management of Of Substance magazine, an initiative of the Australian National Council on Drugs and Clean Up Australia Day site coordinator for the Hermitage Foreshore which runs below KRB.  In her 20s she was twice elected to the office of Adelaide City Councillor.

Mary-Lou is married to Nic and their daughters Sophie and Georgina attended KRB from Prep and Kindy to Year 12. Sophie, a doctor is specialising in paediatrics at the Women’s and Children’s Hospital, Adelaide while Georgina holds a Master of Psychology (Organisational) and works at Macquarie Group, Sydney.

Professor Paul J Gollan

Professor Paul J. Gollan holds an MSc (Econ) and PhD from the London School of Economics. He is Pro-Vice Chancellor (South East Asia), University of Wollongong and a Senior Professor of Management in Sydney Business School in the Faculty of Business at the University of Wollongong. He was previously Dean of Academic Programs (INTI) and MBA Director at Sydney Business School, UOW. He has been an Honorary Adjunct Professor at MGSM and Visiting Professor at Kings College London. Additionally he was Professor of Management and the Director of The Australian Institute for Business and Economics in the Faculty of Business, Economics and Law at the University of Queensland and a Professor of Management and Associate Dean (Research) in the Faculty of Business and Economics at Macquarie University. He has also been a Visiting Professor in the Department of Management at the London School of Economics and Adjunct Professor at the Macquarie Graduate School of Management and a Visiting Senior Fellow at the Australian School of Business at the University of New South Wales. Previously he was a Lecturer in the Department of Industrial Relations at the London School of Economics.

He has lectured at a number of universities and colleges throughout the United Kingdom and Australia. Paul has also previously held a number of Senior Research, Lecture and Professional positions at University of Queensland, University of New South Wales (AGSM), Macquarie University, University of Sydney in Australia and the LSE, Imperial College London and Kings College London in the UK. Paul has published 16 books in the fields of human resources and industrial relations including Employee Representation in Non-Union Firms (2007). He is also a co-editor for The Oxford Handbook of Participation in Organizations, (2010, Oxford University Press) and co-editor for Voice and Involvement at Work: Experience with Non-Union Representation (2014, Routledge, New York). He has 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). He has consulted for a number of leading corporations and organisations in the UK and Australia. He is a Trustee of Committee of Economic Development Australia (CEDA).

Justice Tony Meagher

Justice Meagher is a Judge of the Supreme Court of NSW, Court of Appeal. Prior to his appointment to that Court in 2011 he practised as  a barrister at the NSW bar. He graduated from the University of NSW (B.Com/ LLB) and later studied at London School of Economics (LLM). He is also a director of the Sydney Symphony Limited. He and his wife Fran have four children, each of whom, including a son, spent some time at the Kincoppal.
John O'Neill

John is an alumnus of Kincoppal-Rose Bay and a current parent. He has served on the School’s Finance Committee 2014-2016. He is a former banker having worked in senior international banking roles in Australia, Hong Kong and London specializing in Global Energy and Infrastructure finance. John currently works as a consultant and is a member of the Executive Investment Committee of the Commonwealth Government’s Clean Energy Finance Corporation. 
Linda Quatermass

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 is a past parent of KRB, her three daughters having graduated in 2010 2012 and 2013. She continues to serve on the School’s Governance Committee.
Loretto Richardson

Loretto has 38 years’ experience in Catholic education in Australia. She is formerly the Principal of St Scholastica’s College Glebe Sydney 1990-2014, and was Deputy Principal Saint Patrick’s College Campbelltown 1982-1990.

She has served as a director of the Catholic Education Commission, and the Sydney Archdiocesan Catholic Schools (SACS) Board. Loretto represented the Good Samaritan Congregation on the Committee for Special Education for the Catholic Education Commission NSW. She brings to the board her experience as an educational leader in both boarding and day schools and indigenous education.
Lorraine Tarabay 

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 board member of KRB, Lorraine is also a board member of the Museum of Contemporary Art Australia, a board member of Studio A (creating professional pathways for artists with intellectual disability), an Advisory Board member of Global Women Leaders – Strategic Philanthropy and is a member of the TATE Museum (Britain) International Council.

Lorraine has a son and daughter at KRB.

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