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Governance and Board

Edmund Rice Education Australia

Edmund Rice Education Australia (EREA) is the network of schools, entities and offices offering a Catholic education in the tradition of Blessed Edmund Rice. Established by the Christian Brothers in 2007, EREA now governs the schools owned by the Brothers at that time, as well as schools established since then. EREA has its own canonical and civil identity.

Waverley College Board

The Board is made up of volunteers who work collaboratively with the Head of College and with the EREA Executive to ensure quality stewardship, which is aimed at offering the best possible learning environment for students attending Waverley College. It may consist of between 7 and 11 members, with the Head of College as an ex-officio member who cannot hold any office of the Board. The Board meets at least six times each year.

The School Board has particular responsibilities in these areas:

1. Oversight of faithfulness to Charter and Touchstones.

2. Approving submissions to EREA in the following areas:

  • 2.1 – Strategic planning
  • 2.2 – Budget
  • 2.3 – Capital works and master planning
    and oversight of the implementation of the above initiatives.

3. Approving major school policies that are consistent with EREA policies.

4. Oversight of compliance with EREA Risk Policy and procedures.

Board Members may be appointed for a maximum initial term of three years and may be appointed for a further term of a maximum of three years.

Waverley College Board Members

Dr Mark Davies OAM – Board Chair

Dr Mark Davies OAM is a specialist neurosurgeon with over 25 years’ experience. He has been on the Waverley College board since 2011. Mark is currently the Head of the Department of Neurosurgery at St George Hospital, as well as an Associate Professor (Conjoint) at the UNSW School of Medicine. Mark is the immediate past President of the Neurosurgical Society of Australasia and is a Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons. He graduated from Waverley College in 1981 and holds a Bachelor of Medicine/Bachelor of Surgery (Hons) from UNSW. Mark also holds a Masters of Law degree from the University of Edinburgh in Medical Law. He has four children, two of whom are fourth-generation Waverlians.


Pasquale Guerrera – Deputy Board Chair

Pasquale Guerrera is the Chief Financial Officer of Toyota Finance Australia Limited. Prior to this, Pasquale has had more than 20 years’ experience in Investment Banking in Australia and Asia. He holds a Bachelor of Economics from Sydney University, a Diploma of Applied Finance from Finsia, is a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Australia and NZ and a member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors. Pasquale is an Old Boy (Class of 1987) as is his son who graduated from Waverley College in 2016.


Graham Leddie, Head of College

Read more about Graham Leddie here.


Greg Bodkin

Greg Bodkin is the Senior Vice President, Manufacturing & Logistics at Cochlear Ltd, the world leader in implantable hearing solutions. He has BE (Hons) and a MComm both from the University of New South Wales. He joined Cochlear in 2007 with 20 years prior experience in supply chain management and operations consulting positions across industrial equipment manufacturing and financial service industries in Australia.

Greg had one son graduate from Waverley College in 2014, and has another son who is currently enrolled. Greg was President of the Parent Association in 2016 and 2017, having previously held the post of Vice President.

Greg is a Life Member of North Bondi Surf Lifesaving Club, having served on its Board for the past 20 years.


Mark Fragias

Mark Fragias holds a Bachelor of Social Science (Political Science) Degree from UNSW and is a licensed Real Estate Agent and a member of the Real Estate Institute (REI). He is currently Commercial Manager at Ray White Coogee and Bondi Junction, an executive role specialising in commercial property, property acquisitions and amalgamation. Mark has been Junior Chair of the Eastern Suburbs Football Association Board and was recognised with a Special Award for Service to Eastern Suburbs Football in 2008. He was also Junior President of Pagewood Soccer Club from 2006 to 2011. Mark is an Old Boy of the College (Class of 1987) and his three sons also attended.


Jason Malone

Jason Malone is the Chief Financial Officer of the IRT Group which owns and operates retirement and aged care facilities. Prior to this Jason worked in senior commercial roles in the Steel industry in Sydney and Melbourne and in Banking and Finance in Europe. He holds a Bachelor of Commerce from UNSW, an MBA from The AGSM, is a member of CPA Australia and a member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors. He is married with three children; one son is at the College and another will join the Junior School in 2019.


Waverley College Foundation

About the Foundation

Patron of the Foundation:

Sir Peter Cosgrove AK MC

Foundation Board members:

A/Prof. Brett Courtenay (Class of 1968), Chair

A/Prof. Mark Davies (Class of 1981), Chair of the College Board

Michael Jaeger (Class of 1991)

Dr Wal Jarvis (Class of 1965/66)

Graham Leddie, Head of College

Andrew Maloney (Class of 1983)

Mary Ramsay, President of the Parents Association.

Also representing the College and their respective specialist areas:

Bryn Gregerson, Director of Business

Venettia Miller, Archives, Alumni & Development

Jaimi Walker, Marketing & Development Manager

Read more about the Foundation Waverley College Foundation 

Annual Reports

2019 Annual Report Download
2018 Annual Report Download
2017 Annual Report Download
2016 Annual Report Download
2015 Annual Report Download
2014 Annual Report Download
2013 Annual Report Download

Strategic Plan

Strategic Plan 2019-23 Download