Vice Principal Dr Tiffany Donnelly talks to Ruby Connection about mentoring Generation Next.
Amanda Bell BA Dip Ed PhD FACE FAIM FAICD
Amanda Bell is a graduate of the University of Sydney with a career combining leadership in education and the visual arts. Dr Bell's research profiles the achievements of women in education, art and philanthropy. She is currently Deputy Chair of the Queensland Art Gallery and GoMA. The Principal is responsible for the running of the College in all its aspects. She is a full time officer who reports to the Council on the performance of her duties, which include providing leadership, effectively managing the day to day and longer term operations of the College and promoting student welfare.
Vice Principal *
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. The Vice Principal is responsible for co-ordinating the College's tutorial and professional mentoring programs. Dr Donnelly is editor of the College Magazine.
Senior Resident Assistant *
Elizabeth Palmer BEd (Primary) Hons
Elizabeth Palmer was a student at Women's College from 2006-2009. She completed her Bachelor of Education with Honours in 2009 and is currently undertaking a Masters of Special Education.
The Senior Resident Assistant oversees the College's Resident Assistant program.
Senior Teaching Fellow Dr Tamson Pietsch*
Tamson joins us from Brunel University in London where she was Lecturer in Imperial History. She completed her undergrad degree at the University of Adelaide and holds a Masters and PhD from the University of Oxford, where she was a Rhodes Scholar. She has worked in academic publishing and was aide and speech writer for the Governor of Victoria. Tamson has returned to Australia to take up an early career research fellowship in the Department of History at the University of Sydney. Her research focuses on the cultural and intellectual history of Britain and its empire. Her book, Empire of Scholars: Universities, Networks and the British Academic World, 1850-1939 was published in 2013, and her current project focuses on the idea of global education in the interwar period.
Director of Marketing, Community Relations & Philanthropy
Tiffanny Junee is a graduate of the University of Sydney and alumnae of The Women's College. Tiffanny has held senior management positions in international marketing, media and sport and is a member of the College executive, responsible for the marketing, community relations and philanthropy portfolios. Tiffanny's research area is social media and big data in International sport. She also teaches in the MECO faculty at Sydney Uni at both undergraduate and postgraduate level.
Peter Bull BEc CPA
The Bursar of the College is responsible for the efficient financial management and reporting of financial activities to the College Council and its Finance Committee. The Students' Club and individual students discuss financial matters relating to College with the Bursar.
Tina Leung BA
The Assistant Bursar provides support to staff and students in the daily running of the accounting function.
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.
The Executive Assistant manages the annual applications and admissions process for new students. She also supports the Principal in the administration of student related activities as well as external communications and events.
Front Office Manager