Maureen Kollman is a parent representative on the Board who is keen to make a contribution to our school and the wider Margaret River community. Her professional experience includes working with, and/or reporting to, Boards in a range of private and not for profit organisations and as such she as a thorough understanding of governance processes. Maureen has a Bachelor of Commerce, majoring in Marketing & Public Relations and she is currently employed by the Margaret River Busselton Tourism Association.
As an Education Assistant and a parent at the school I am excited about the opportunity to contribute to the success of our school by becoming a Board member. I am passionate about student learning and well being and I hope my skills and experience will add value to our school.
Lorraine is passionate about teaching and learning and has been part of Margaret River Primary School for ten years. During her years of teaching she has thoroughly enjoyed working with all year levels from K-7. For the last four years Lorraine has been part of the Administration team focusing on Students at Educational Risk and the Learning Environment. More recently she has added the English to her portfolio which has always been an area of strength and interest throughout her years of teaching and learning. Throughout life she believes in building strong and positive relationships, acknowledging others strengths and experiences to build upon her own learning journey and life experiences.
Sarah is parent of two girls at MRPS, year 1 and 3 and is also the nominated P&C representative on the School board. Sarah is passionate about the region and the community our children will grow up in. When not running the kids around she is busy Selling Houses.
As a proud graduate of MRPS and with 2 children now at the school Rachel is keen to contribute to its governance as a parent member of the school board. Rachel has a Commerce and Law degree and after several years of legal practice she then moved into a variety of business management roles throughout her career in the UK and WA. In addition she has served on several boards of not-for-profit organisations.