It is with much pleasure that I announce that Mr Cameron Alexander has been appointed to the position of Deputy Principal of Christian Brothers College, Adelaide.
Cameron is an accomplished leader with experience in several schools in Australia and the UK. He is very familiar with and committed to the Edmund Rice ethos, having spent over seventeen years working in EREA and EREA Associate Schools as well as 6 years as a student. He is currently part way through a one-year appointment as the Acting Deputy Principal at St Virgil's College, Hobart, a role he has filled at the school on 3 previous occasions since he began there in 2007. He has been a senior member of the St Virgil's Leadership Team for a number of years. Cameron also had roles as Assistant Deputy Principal, Director of Transition and Year Leader at St Virgil's College. Prior to joining the staff at St Virgil's, Cameron was Sports Coordinator at Guilford Young College, Hobart, a teacher in London and a teacher at St Patrick's College Launceston.
Cameron complements his leadership experience with a sound academic record having a Masters of Education, a Bachelor of Education and a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Tasmania.
Cameron is actively involved in the school and local community, having played and coached in numerous sporting clubs. He is an active member of the Bellerive/Lindisfarne Parish. He and his wife Emma are excited about the move to Adelaide with their two young children, Georgia and Samuel. They look forward to developing many new friendships and community associations.
On behalf of all members of the Edmund Rice Education Australia community, I warmly congratulate Cameron on this significant appointment.
We acknowledge the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples of Australia as the traditional owners and custodians of the land of our schools. We are inspired and nurtured by their wisdom, spirituality and experience. We commit ourselves to actively work alongside them for reconciliation and justice. We pay our respects to the Elders; past, present and future. As we take our next step we remember the first footsteps taken on this sacred land.