|Mr Steven Coltman
Audit & Risk Management
Steven is a third generation Old Collegian, with children currently attending Ballarat Clarendon College. Steven was managing director of W.F. Coltman Pty Ltd from 1996 to 2007. During this time, he also held the position of Director of Mitre 10 Australia. Steven was elected to the Board of Sovereign Hill Museums Association in 2003, a position he still currently holds. Steven joined Adroit Insurance Group in 2007 where he now holds the position of Director.
|Mrs Jayne Liubinas
Property & Infrastructure
Jayne is the parent of four children who were all educated at Ballarat Clarendon College; her youngest completed VCE in 2015. She graduated from RMIT and has worked as a Medical Scientist in the Heamatology and Blood Bank departments at Geelong Hospital and the Ballarat Base Hospital. In 2002, Jayne began working as an Embryologist at the Ballarat IVF Clinic. Her interests include triathlons, reading, cooking and travelling.
|Mr John Livingston (Chair)
Board (Chair), Executive (Chair), Audit & Risk Management, Finance, Nominations
John is both an Old Collegian and the parent of two current students at Ballarat Clarendon College. He has more than 20 years of experience in healthcare, working in both public and private radiology settings. As one of the founding partners of Lake Imaging and subsequently Integral Diagnostics (IDX), John led the business through the introduction of new services, greenfield facilities and various mergers and acquisitions. This growth resulted in IDX, of which he is the former CEO and Managing Director, moving towards a national platform and culminating in a listing on the Australian Stock Exchange in 2015. John is a former director of Lake Imaging, Integral Diagnostics, VicWest Community Telco, United Way and Ballarat City Football Club. He is a current director at Comrad Medical System, 4Dx and is on the advisory board of Kailo Medical. John is a member of The Australian Institute of Radiography and a graduate member of the AICD.
|Ms Fiona May
Fiona May has been a member of the Ballarat Clarendon College Board since 2009 and is a former student of the school. Fiona is currently an Executive Director of UniGrain, a leading Australian privately-owned food and agribusiness. Prior to joining UniGrain, she worked in Chartered Accounting for Andersen, Ernst & Young and Protiviti providing audit, risk and advisory services to a variety of Australian and global organisations. Fiona currently lives in Melbourne with her husband and son.
|Mr Mark Patterson
Property & Infrastructure (Chair)
Mark Patterson has been a Board member since 2014 and currently is Chair of the Property and Infrastructure Committee. Mark is an experienced board director and senior management executive who has a strong governance background in the health and sports industries that included a nine-year term as a board director at Ballarat Health Services. Mark is an Executive Manager with the Ballarat City Council where he heads the Sport and Active Living portfolio that is focused on promoting healthy lifestyles and physical activity in the community. Mark has formerly held positions of Chief Executive of several community-based organisations, including the AFL Club Western Bulldogs. Mark is also Board Chairman of Keystone Radiology and a Board member of the Ballarat Health Services Foundation.
|Mr Stuart Postlethwaite
Board (Deputy Chair), Finance (Deputy Chair)
Stuart is a parent of four current students. He has 29 years of experience in Banking and Finance with National Australia Bank (NAB). Stuart currently heads the team of ten Agribusiness bankers in Ballarat and is passionate about agribusiness having grown up on a wheat and sheep farm north of St Arnaud. Stuart has been a member of Apex Australia for 24 years, being the immediate past president of the Ballarat Eureka Apex Club. Most of his spare time is spent running around after his four children to and from dance, drama interests, tennis, swimming, Tai Kwon Do, futsal and Aussie Rules. In 2016, he took on the role of Assistant Coach for the Under 14 Reserves. One day he might have time to play golf.
|Mr Jock Selkirk
Jock has three children and they all attend Ballarat Clarendon College. Jock has held executive roles across several industries, including financial services, manufacturing, and building and property development. Jock started his career as a chartered accountant, before moving into banking and financial services in both Melbourne and London. He was Chief Financial Officer at Selkirk Brick for 11 years prior to his current role as CFO at the Gull Group. He has held several executive and non-executive director roles and has experience in driving business growth, governance, risk management, and people and culture development. Jock is a graduate member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors, a director at Bendigo Telco Ltd, a mentor for the Leadership Ballarat & Western Region Program run by the Committee for Ballarat, and is involved in other community programs.
|Mr David Shepherd
Audit & Risk Management, Finance, Nominations, Property & Infrastructure
David Shepherd has been the Principal at Ballarat Clarendon College since 1997. He has a Bachelor of Science (Hons) and a Master of Educational Studies from Monash University. David is known for his passionate commitment to ensuring that College students achieve at the highest levels of excellence in all aspects of their schooling, in all aspects of their learning. The academic outcomes of College students over the past 18 years, particularly in NAPLAN and VCE, reflect this attitude to quality educational experiences and to hard, smart work. David’s determination to ensure that Ballarat Clarendon College is a world-class school has resulted in partnerships with leading educational leaders and thinkers throughout Australia, the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom.
|Laura Van Dyk
Audit & Risk Management, Property & Infrastructure
Laura is an Old Collegian who graduated in 2002. After completing her studies, she joined a national law firm in Melbourne and specialised in the areas of planning, environment and local government. While living overseas, Laura worked as an in-house planning solicitor for the London Borough of Lambeth. In 2014, Laura and her husband were excited to return to Ballarat. Laura joined local firm Harwood Andrews to continue practising in a specialist planning and environment team. During her time as a solicitor, Laura has worked on matters involving iconic development sites in Melbourne and regional Victoria. Laura has two small children and is enjoying the growing local café scene in Ballarat.
|Mrs Belinda Walton
Audit & Risk Management, Nominations (Chair)
Belinda is a former Ballarat Clarendon College student with 3 children currently at the school, the fourth generation of Haymes / Walton families to attend. She completed a Commerce Degree at the University of Melbourne and was in residence at St Hilda’s College. Following graduation, she commenced her career at Ernst & Young where she worked in Melbourne and London. In 1996, she returned to Ballarat to work in the family business, Haymes Paint, where she is currently a Board Member and Company Secretary.
|Mrs Fiona Whatley
A former Ballarat Clarendon College student, Fiona initially studied and worked as a Physiotherapist before making a career change and heading back to the family business. She now heads up the Sales and Marketing arm of Springhill Farm, a Ballarat-based business. With children of her own now at College, she is passionate about the school, its wonderful achievements and the amazing opportunities it provides its students.
|Mr Stephen Jurica
Stephen’s two young daughters attend the Junior School at Ballarat Clarendon College. As a local, and professionally as a barrister, Stephen brings his love of Ballarat and his legal and business skills to his role on the Board. Stephen has over 15 years of experience working in the law. He works in Melbourne in the areas of personal injury, commercial, property, planning and sports law. Before this, he was a solicitor in banking and property law in London and Melbourne. Stephen is a nationally accredited mediator and is a member of the AFL Tribunal Appeals Board. He is also the Chair of the Ballarat International Foto Biennale. Stephen lives right in the heart of Ballarat with his young family and is enjoying the arts, food and cultural scene in Ballarat.