Governance | The Board
Investigator College is a member of the Association of Independent Schools of South Australia (AISSA) and the South Australian Anglican Schools System.
The Investigator College Board directs our school with wisdom, vision and with a strong commitment to the growth and development of a college of excellence.
The Board of Investigator College includes local elected members and members nominated by the Anglican School System.
You can contact the Board by email email@example.com
Current Board Members
Georgina Ashworth [Deputy Chairperson] joined the board in May 2017 and offers a refreshing view of
good governance gained from extensive experience as an Administrator in our health system.
Gavin Daniell [Treasurer] joined the Board in late 2017, coming with much experience in business at a local and national level.
Gavin sits on the Finance Committee and his no-nonsense approach to numbers serves the Board well.
Rob Foggo joined the Board in 2019 and is one of our two South Australian Anglican School System appointments.
Anna Jones is a local barrister and solicitor who has served on the Board since 2012.
Anna’s commitment to our College and straightforward legal view has proven helpful in her role on the Board.
Sarah Kay was appointed by the Association at the AGM in May 2018. Sarah has lived in Goolwa for some 13 years and is a parent of the College.
Sarah’s expertise is in Senior Management and Human Resource Management in both profit and not-for-profit organisations.
Ian Young [Board Chair] is a licensed Anglican Priest who is in semi-retirement and offers the Board a wealth of experience in the church
and extensive Board experience within a range of for profit and not-for-profit organisations.
Ian is the second of our two South Australian Anglican School System appointments.
Tim Donlan joined the board in March 2021 as a Board appointee. He is a parent of two children at the College.
He is a solicitor and has significant board and governance experience in both the private business and not-for-profit sectors.