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Chief Executive, Association of Independent Schools South Australia (AISSA)

Mentors in Adelaide

Anne Dunstan

Chief Executive

Association of Independent Schools South Australia (AISSA)

Anne completed a Bachelor of Arts at the University of Adelaide in 1989, majoring in Classical Studies and History. Immediately following, she completed the Graduate Diploma in Education and went on to teach in public and independent schools in Strathalbyn, Yankalilla, Victor Harbour and suburban Adelaide.

Anne is currently the Chief Executive of the Association of Independent Schools of SA, the peak body for advocacy, representation and innovation supporting 103 schools. Prior to this role Anne was Principal of Guildford Grammar School in Perth WA, an independent Anglican co-educational school, for 1200 students from Early Learning to Year 12. Anne was Principal at Pulteney Grammar School, Adelaide, from 2014 – 2019 and Deputy Principal of Scotch Oakburn College, Launceston, from 2009-2013.

As well as being a former member of the SACE Board, Anne has also held governance roles at the Associations of Independent Schools of both Western Australia and South Australia where she held the position of Deputy Chair from 2017-2019. A former member of the Association of Heads of Independent Schools of Australia (AHISA), Anne served as Secretary/Treasurer for the SA/NT Branch.

Anne has been recognised for her contributions to the ongoing mentoring of women in school leadership and has also provided mentoring to University of Adelaide Education alumni.

She believes passionately that it is through education that one can effect the greatest good for the greatest number and is committed to supporting the next generation of leaders to build their capacity to fulfil this goal.

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