The College

Wherever you go you will find Pymble girls from all walks of life locally, nationally and internationally.

With a dedicated engagement program including interstate and international reunions and termly campus tours, the College ensures that the ties between Alumni are continued beyond the College gates. Events like Commemoration Day, held on the last Sunday of July, continue to be an important day for coming together to celebrate the dedication of the College in 1919.

We greatly value the relationships we build with our Alumni and our aim is to nurture a lifelong connection to the College.

We have recently partnered with the ESU to launch a mentoring program, Pymconnect, to facilitate mentoring opportunities to build a sense of belonging, create a culture of shared learning and enhance personal and professional growth within our Pymble community. Pymconnect matches current Senior students or recent school leavers with Alumni and Pymble parent mentors.

We welcome all our Alumni back to the College at any time and encourage participation in our events and reunion program, and to stay in touch through the Pymble Lades’ College Alumni Facebook page and the Pymble Ladies’ College LinkedIn page.

For Alumni enquiries, please contact our Alumni Relations Manager, Katrina Corcoran at alumnirelations@pymblelc.nsw.edu.au.

Being Pymble Alumni provides opportunities to share skills and talents. Many Alumni return to Pymble as mentors, speakers or guests of the College.

The Careers Night, held in April, and the Chair of College Council Networking Event, held in May, are very popular events and are a chance to hear from other Alumni.

The Ex-Students’ Union (ESU)

The President of the ESU, Zoe Wang (Moore 1994) and the members of the ESU Committee are dedicated to encouraging Alumni to stay connected with the College and with each other. The ESU supports a number of initiatives including the Ex-Students’ Union Scholarship, Artist-in-Residence Grant, PymConnect a mentoring program, as well as contributing financially to our Indigenous Scholars’ uniforms.

Established as a separate body in 1929, the ESU in the current day is a not-for-profit incorporated association that aims to:

  • Maintain the traditions and foster the welfare of the College
  • Unite past students of the College with the current ones
  • Promote a committed Alumni body that will work collaboratively with the College to support the wellbeing of members of the wider College community.

Committee Contacts

As an incorporated organisation, the Ex-Students’ Union Inc. has a Committee that oversees the finances and ongoing success of the Union. This dedicated group of ex-students meets multiple times per year and reports at the Annual General Meeting which is held at Pymble in October.

If you are interested in joining the Committee, or interested in getting more involved with the ESU, then please contact any of the current Committee members below.

Contact details: PO Box 6233 Pymble NSW 2073 or pymble.exstudents@gmail.com

PositionName
PresidentZoe Wang (Moore, 1994)
Vice PresidentVictoria Muller (Murray, 1992)
TreasurerKate Soonius (2018)
Assistant TreasurerHelen Jarvis (Fisher, 1989)
SecretarySusan O’Sullivan (Kench, 1987)
General Committee MembersLouise Kellaway (Sutton, 1988) Rowena Ditzell (1986) Natalie Brandon (Fozzard, 1992) Emma Partridge (Green 1989) Catherine Yang (1994) Brigitte Liew (2014)

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