Ensuring all our students have access to leading educational facilities and that the history of the school is preserved for future generations to enjoy is a significant responsibility. The St Margaret's Foundation was established to bring together a committed group of individuals passionate about St Margaret's, its future and its students' futures to assist the school to promote and steward a philanthropic culture to help raise funds for the school to carry out its mission, now and into the future. The board members give their time voluntarily and bring skills from many different fields of endeavour to assist the school.
The board members thank you for your support and participation in Enhancing Excellence at St Margaret's.
St Margaret’s Foundation Board 2018
Ms Kylie Lamprecht - Chair
Kylie Lamprecht, her mother and sister are all St Margaret's Old Girls and share a strong bond with the School. Kylie is a Business Services Practitioner at Pitcher Partners. Kylie has an extensive background in structuring, taxation, asset protection and family succession with a strong focus on client relationships and service. Kylie typically works on large private client structures across a broad industry sector. Kylie is a fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia and serves on the Board of Directors for Creative Enterprise Australia
Frances Becker - Deputy Chair
Frances Becker is originally from Rockhampton in Central Queensland. She was a boarder at St Margaret's during her secondary school years and is a third generation St Margaret's girl. Frances, her sister's, Sarah and Alexandra, her mother, Julie Becker (nee Luck) and her grandmother, Merilyn Luck (nee Beak), all consider that the core values of St Margaret's have significantly helped to give their family direction in their life journeys. Frances works as an Associate in the Business Services and Agribusiness team at Brisbane law firm, Shand Taylor Lawyers. She advises clients on a broad range of matters including acting in rural business and property acquisitions and sales and in providing asset protection, revenue structuring and succession planning advice to individuals and businesses.
Mr Hume Campbell
Hume is currently CEO of Riverside Marine. Hume's business experience is extensive and he has shared this through membership and directorship of Associations and Boards. Hume is a past Director of the Queensland Confederation of Industry and the Marine Board of the Department of Transport.
BA(Hons), DipEd, MLitSt, MEd, ASDA, FACE, FACEL, FAIM, GAICD
Ros began her career as a teacher with Education Queensland with the teaching areas of History and Drama. Since that time she has worked in five independent schools in both pastoral and curriculum roles - Moreton Bay College, Brisbane Girls Grammar, St Hilda's School, St Aidan's Anglican Girls' School and St Margaret's Anglican Girls School.Ros completed her Masters of Education in Leadership and Management in 2005 and received the Australian Council for Education Leaders (QLD) award from Queensland University of Technology for Academic Excellence in postgraduate study in Educational Leadership. Her areas of interest include school leadership structures and their effectiveness, curriculum leadership and aspirant leaders and change leadership and management. In 2011, Ros received the John Laing Award for her significant contribution to the professional development of Senior Leaders in Schools. Ros is a Queensland Fellow of the Australian Council of Education Leaders and the Australian College of Educations for her services to the teaching profession. Ros is the Queensland Representative and executive member of the board of the Alliance of Girls' School Australasia, and member of the executive branch of the Queensland Branch of AHISA (Association of Heads of Independent Schools) and a member of the Faculty of Business Advisory Board at Bond University.
Ms Zoë Connolly
Zoë is a St Margaret’s Old Girl ('83) who went on to study a Bachelor of Arts and of Laws at The University of Queensland. Admitted as a solicitor, she worked in the law until 2000 when she took time out of employment to travel with her family and raise her three children. In 2010 she returned to work in the not-for- profit sector, including at the Brisbane Writers Festival and the Great Barrier Reef Foundation. She currently works at Queensland Ballet in their highly successful development team as Philanthropy Manager, and brings a wealth of experience in this field to assist the school in building its future. Zoë retains a deep connection with the school and is passionately committed to the formation and education of young women in our community
BA (Drama), Grad DipEd (Preservice), MEd (Early Childhood Education)
Penny’s allegiance to the school is one of commitment and enthusiasm, as a St Margaret’s Old Girl and current parent. She values that St Margaret’s effectively combines a love of tradition and its legacy with the excitement of innovation to enrich and enhance learning. Penny has a strong background as an educator, having worked extensively across multiple sectors, including the arts, education, university and business. Most recently, Penny has crafted a niche in the realm of specialty coffee, with people enjoying her multiple brands including Wolff Coffee Roasters, Dandelion and Driftwood Cafe and Queen of Pops. Career highlights for Penny include judging at the World Barista Championships and the World Latte Art Championships.
Associate Diploma of Business (Marketing); Advanced Diploma of Project Management
Tim attended Sydney Church of England Grammar School (Shore, 1983) and is a current parent of two girls at St Margaret’s and his sister also attended St Margaret’s (1984). Tim has diverse business experience, most notably in the pharmaceutical industry, where he worked for several large global companies in addition to creating his own start up pharmaceutical company which supplied oncology products to both public and private clinics. Tim has also established and managed companies in the commercial food and wine industries, and property development and building sector. Tim has a keen interest in classic timber boats and has been restoring a 90-year-old Norman Wright Bay Cruiser. His other interests include rugby, boxing and wine.
Lara is the Director of Philanthropy and Stakeholder Engagement at St Margaret’s AGS. She is passionate about the support of education, and has spent the past nine years in the tertiary education sector with The University of Queensland in a variety of external engagement focused roles.Most recently she was the Associate Director, Alumni & Community Engagement, within UQ’s Faculty of Engineering, Architecture and Information Technology. Her key responsibilities including the development and implementation of an engagement strategy for the Faculty’s 29,000+ alumni and donors, to increase participation in philanthropic giving and meaningful volunteer contributions. Lara has a Certificate IV in Volunteer Project Coordination from Volunteering Queensland. She is a member of the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) and has completed the CASE Asia Pacific Institute in Educational Fundraising and Summer Institute in Alumni Relations. Lara holds a Master of Business from The University of Queensland and a Bachelor of Mass Communication (Public Relations and Journalism) from the University of Southern Queensland.