|Filemoni Timoteo – Chairperson|
|I have three children attending Marcellin in Years 7, 10 & 13. My background is in Community and Economic Development and Management Consultancy. In my varied roles over the last 25 years, I have developed and managed staff, oversaw and delivered complex and diverse projects, developed and implemented policy at central and local government levels, and managed multi-million dollar budgets. In the last two years, I co-founded a Management Consulting company. As Consulting Director of the company, I work in the area of governance, management, project and programme development with a focus on community and economic development.|
|Dean Wearmouth – Principal|
|I am very proud to be the Principal of Marcellin College. I became Principal in term 4 2019 after working at the school as Deputy Principal and before that as HOD Religious Education. I am passionate about Catholic education and have grown to love the Marist charism and how we can shape and grow our rangatahi to be strong in their faith and service; gentle in their actions and support. I love being the leader of a high achieving multicultural school where everybody is valued for who they are and treated as family. Mostly though, its our wonderful students and families who place themsleves in our care that motivate me to make the school the best it can be.|
|John Twomey – Proprietor Representative|
|I have a Bachelor of Commerce and Bachelor of Science from University of Auckland and since completing my degrees in 1990 I have been working in Banking with a focus on Commercial Banking. I have been at ASB since 1996 and a Regional Manager of Commercial Regions since January 2007. I am currently the Regional Manager for Northern Commercial Banking looking after all Commercial teams North of the Auckland Harbour Bridge. I am married to Kath and we have two daughters at Baradene College. I spent 7 years on the board of Good Shepherd School, Balmoral, while my daughters were there and have been a Proprietors Representative on the Marcellin Board of Trustees since late 2015 and am on the finance and property subcommittees.|
|Br Graeme Clisby – Proprietor Representative|
|Brenda Mauger – Proprietor Representative|
|For the last 9 years, I was Principal of a decile two, full Catholic Primary School. During that time I hosted visiting Australian Principals for the Centre for Educational Leadership and lectured 3rd year B. Ed teacher trainees on the challenges and rewards of teaching. I am married to Graham and have three children. My involvement in education spans 30 years and included teaching leadership studies and presenting at conferences for the NZ Playcentre Federation. Prior to becoming a Principal, I was Head of a Year 7 and 8 Department and Director of School Organisation in a decile 9 Catholic Secondary College. I now work as a consultant for Ahead Associates in many areas including; Principal and Senior Leadership Team Appointments and Appraisal, Senior Leadership Team Review and Restructure, Professional Learning and Development, Curriculum Design and Development and School Self-Review.|
|Chrestine Green– Parent Representative|
|Kia Ora, Talofa Lava, Malo E Lelei, Pagbati, Kia Orana, Vanakkam, Namaste, Ni Hao, Greeting My name is Chrisy Green, am a mother of five children with the youngest two attending Marcellin College. I am of Maori/Moriori decent Ngati Mutunga, Te Ati Awa and a trustee of our whanau trust.In working with youth most of my career I have the belief kaupapa (philosophy) of the community brings up the child.I am honoured to be selected as a parent representative on the Board of Trustees and to do the very best for this community.Nga mihi nuiChrisy|
|Claudia Koenig– Parent Representative|
My name is Claudia Koenig. My husband Marcus and I have five wonderful children between the ages of six to 16. Our two eldest boys attend Marcellin College, while our three youngest currently attend a Catholic primary school.
I like to think of myself as an organisational and management powerhouse, especially with children. I have always had jobs where I’ve worked closely with kids. As my kids have been younger I worked at my home and in the homes of others and looked after the children of other families. My last job was to manage a kitchen in a daycare center this included to organize, cook and make sure all needs for the kids diet have been well looked after. Through all of this, I have learnt the importance of a strong relationship between children, their families, and the people entrusted with their care and education. A year ago I decided to stop working as a center chef and started managing my own growing family this involves coordinating the kids’ busy schedules, juggling their many sporting and musical engagements and also I’m a director working and office manager of our business.
I will soon have three of my children attending Marcellin College. I’ve nominated myself as a BoT-Parent representative because I am passionate about seeing the important student-parent-school relationship grow. If I am appointed as a representative, I look forward to working with other like-minded parents to ensure Marcellin’s Catholic values are upheld and built upon. I am excited about the future of the school and the children who are the future leaders of our communities.
|Myself, my wife Maria and our four adult children have benefited from the richness of the NZ Catholic Education. We believe NZ Catholic schools are a taonga gifted to us by earlier generations and that they offer our children a remarkable place to grow and be educated for their future life. The Marist spirit and way of life has been threaded into my life – as a student at St Patricks College Silverstream; then as a parent with children that attended both Marist and Sacred Heart Colleges. My whakapapa connects me to NZ with tipuna from Rongomaiwahine in Mahia, Holland and a number of other different European countries. My current ministries include roles in our parish and for the Auckland Diocese plus being a proprietor’s rep on the Marcellin College Board. Past roles have included being a board member of Marist College and Good Shepherd School, with a time as Board Chair for Good Shepherd School. Professional roles have been primarily in sales and marketing across a wide range of business segments. These roles are built on a tertiary degree in Technology with supporting commercial training.|
|Richard Brown – Staff Representative|
|Ulani Filoa – Student Representative|
|Stephen Barclay – Co-Opted Member|
I am ex St Paul’s, my wife Diane ex St Mary’s and our three daughters ex Baradene. All our experiences were positive and we strongly believe in the Catholic education system.
Diane and I returned to New Zealand in 2014 and I got back involved with St Paul’s College as a Foundation Trustee. This led me to my recent appointment to the Marcellin, Sacred Heart and St Paul’s Proprietor Boards. I am co-opted to the Marcellin Board of Trustees.
My career spans construction, consulting, event management and government. These experiences include leading Fletchers Construction’s NZ commercial operations, merging several of NZ’s largest business post acquisition and delivering the 34th America’s Cup event in San Francisco.
I hold an MBA (Melbourne) and BE-Civil (Auckland).