Celebrating Our Old Girls at the 2020 Alumnae Awards

On Tuesday 9 June 2020, MLC School recognised fifteen Old Girls in the 2020 Alumnae Awards with an online presentation, see the video here.

Each Alumnae Award recipient has demonstrated exceptional achievement in their chosen endeavours, dedication and commitment. We are honoured to be able to call these women MLC School Old Girls and know that the entire community is exceptionally proud of their contributions. .

Nominations were received from Old Girls and community members, and winners were determined by the Principal in consultation with the President of the Old Girls Union.

We congratulate the fifteen extraordinary women who are the recipients of the 2020 MLC School Alumnae Awards.

Dr Susan Beal AM (Ross, 1952)
Alumnae Award: Social Welfare and Impact

Natalie Bennett Baroness Bennett of Manor Castle (1983)
Alumnae Award: International Achievement

Pauline Blight-Johnston (1988)
Alumnae Award: Contribution to MLC School and Professional Achievement

Dr Elizabeth Dennis AC (1960)
Alumnae Award: Professional Achievement

Anne Feneley (McFadzean, 1957)
Alumnae Award: Social Welfare and Impact

Helena Grahame (1959)
Alumnae Award: Contribution to MLC School

Dr Kate Harrison Brennan (Brennan, 2000)
Young Alumnae Award: Social Welfare and Impact

Michelle Johnson (1973)
Alumnae Award: Contribution to MLC School and Philanthropic Endeavours

The Honourable Megan Latham (1972)
Alumnae Award: Professional Achievement

Jocelyn Maughan OAM (1955)
Alumnae Award: Social Welfare and Impact and Professional Achievement

Dr Elizabeth New (2000)
Young Alumnae Award: Academic Achievement

Gail O'Brien AO (Bamford, 1972)
Alumnae Award: Social Welfare and Impact

Marise Payne (1981)
Alumnae Award: Professional Achievement

Rachel Siu (2015)
Young Alumnae Award: International Achievement

Lorraine Thurlow AM (Crapp, 1955)
Alumnae Award: Sporting Achievements

Read more information about each of our Alumnae Award recipients.