EREA NSW Colleges Ltd

Address: 13 Frederick St, East Gosford, NSW 2250

Traditional lands of Darkinjung people

ABN: 60 661 601 118

Our Board

Sam Hardjono
As Chair of the Board, EREA NSW Colleges Ltd, Sam brings to the role extensive board level and C-suite experience in internationally listed, private companies as...
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Mark Askew
Dr Mark J Askew completed twenty years as Head of Educational Services in the Diocese of Broken Bay at the end of 2019. During that time, Broken Bay became a high...
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Paul Murray
Paul Murray is an experienced professional in the governance and management of not-for-profit organisations, with significant contributions in education, superannuation,...
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Caroline Butler-Bowdon
Dr Caroline Butler-Bowdon has been a senior public servant in NSW for the past 10 years. Her career has been dedicated to leadership that focuses on public space,...
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Virginia Ryan
Virginia Ryan (MEd, MA, GradDipREd, BA, Dip Ed) is currently Executive Leadership Coach with Catholic Education, Canberra, and has previously held Diocesan Leadership...
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Sally Dwyer
Sally brings extensive global executive and prior Board experience to the EREA NSW Board. Her previous non-executive roles include on the NSW Advisory Board and...
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Our People

CEO: Maura Manning

CFO: Jan Hurley

Director, Safeguarding: Tom Isbester

Director, Risk & Governance: Andrea Vergara

EA: Meagan Armstrong

Our Schools and Early Learning Centres

Our Child Safety Standards

EREA NSW Colleges is committed to embedding a culture where the safety, wellbeing, and participation of all children and young people under our care is paramount. Each school and every employee, volunteer and contractor, have legal and ethical obligations to respond swiftly when concerned about a student鈥檚 safety and our commitment means we will ensure that we meet these obligations rigorously.

EREA NSW Colleges has zero tolerance of child abuse. As identified by the NSW Office of the Children鈥檚 Guardian, we acknowledge that child abuse is an ongoing and prevalent issue for children and young people and hence we need to continually improve and strengthen how we protect students from harm through robust, accessible and clear policies and procedures.

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