Rachael Clements (Class of 2007) and Lisa Higgins (Class of 1993) are Co Presidents of the Alumnae Association for 2020. We encourage you to participate in the many events we have planned for 2020 and reconnect with the Siena College community.
Siena College Alumnae Association Executive
Rachael Clements and Lisa Higgins
We welcome all Alumnae to attend the Association meetings and contribute fresh ideas and insights. The Association's success comes from the strength of the connections formed by its members. The Alumnae Association hosts the annual Careers Showcase for Year 9 to 12 students and their parents.
Rachael and Lisa invite all alumnae to attend as many events across the year as possible. As the Association has grown, so has the number of past students willing to share their knowledge with current Siena students. For further information please contact email@example.com
The Alumnae Association meets on a Monday evening from 6.30pm to 7.30pm in the Siena College Boardroom (Heritage Centre). The Association's key dates for 2020 are:
Monday, 7 September
Alumnae Association Meeting
Monday, 26 October
Alumnae Association AGM
The Siena College Alumnae Association Awards
The Alumnae Association provides the following awards which are presented annually at the Academic Awards Evening:
Siena College Award
The Siena Past Students’ Association initiated the Siena Award in 1997. Presented annually to a Year 12 student, it is considered to be the highest award of excellence, based on the Siena College values as espoused in the Mission Statement. The Principal, in consultation with staff, selects the student to be so honoured and her name is entered on the College Honour Roll. 2019: Jade Devlin
Doctor Ursula McKenna Award
The Siena College Alumnae Association provides the Doctor Ursula McKenna Award.
Ursula McHenry (née McKenna), Class of 1948, holds the distinction of being the first Siena College student to complete a tertiary education. After completing a Science and Medical degree, Ursula worked as a residential doctor, then in the psychiatric unit at St Vincent’s Hospital, Melbourne. In a male dominated field Ursula faced many challenges.
The award is presented to an alumna of the College and recognises excellence in the fields of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics.