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Appointment of Deputy Principal Wellbeing

It is with great pleasure and confidence that I announce the appointment of Ms Antonella Rosati to the position of Deputy Principal Wellbeing, as of January 2019.  Antonella is currently the Deputy Principal at Presentation College Windsor.  She has held a number of leadership roles during her time at Presentation College, including Year Level Coordinator, Head of Senior Years, Head of Student Wellbeing and Management, and for the past nine years, the roles of Assistant Principal, and then Deputy Principal since 2014.  Prior to her time at Presentation College, Antonella taught in the United Kingdom and at Mercy Diocesan College in Coburg.  Antonella has a Bachelor of Arts from Monash University, a Diploma of Education from ACU and a Masters in Educational Leadership from The University of Melbourne.  

Antonella is a warm and relational leader with a strong commitment to the wellbeing and learning of young women within a faith based framework.  I have no doubt that she will build on Siena College’s strong foundations and the exemplary work of Sue Thompson and the Wellbeing Team over past years. We look forward to welcoming Antonella to Siena College in 2019.  

 

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It is with great pleasure and confidence that I announce the appointment of Ms Antonella Rosati to the position of Deputy Principal Wellbeing, as of January 2019.  Antonella is currently the Deputy Principal at Presentation College Windsor.  She has held a number of leadership roles during her time at Presentation College, including Year Level Coordinator, Head of Senior Years, Head of Student Wellbeing and Management, and for the past nine years, the roles of Assistant Principal, and then Deputy Principal since 2014.  Prior to her time at Presentation College, Antonella taught in the United Kingdom and at Mercy Diocesan College in Coburg.  Antonella has a Bachelor of Arts from Monash University, a Diploma of Education from ACU and a Masters in Educational Leadership from The University of Melbourne.  

Antonella is a warm and relational leader with a strong commitment to the wellbeing and learning of young women within a faith based framework.  I have no doubt that she will build on Siena College’s strong foundations and the exemplary work of Sue Thompson and the Wellbeing Team over past years. We look forward to welcoming Antonella to Siena College in 2019.