Michael Lee

Principal, St Mary MacKillop College, Canberra, ACT

Panel Session facilitated by Michael Lee

Michael Lee was inspired to become a teacher by the outstanding women and men who taught him at Trinity Grammar School in Sydney. He completed his Arts Degree in History, English and Political Science from the Australian National University in Australia’s Capital City Canberra in 1982. He commenced his teaching career in rural Victoria, moving to the Western Suburbs of Sydney and Independent and Catholic Schools in NSW and the Australian Capital Territory.

Michael holds a variety of Graduate Diplomas from Charles Sturt University and a Masters Degree from the Australian Catholic University. In 2008 he was created a Fellow of the Australian College of Educators and in 2014 he was created a Fellow of the Australian Council for Educational Leaders. Michael is in his third Principalship having now completed seven years at St Mary MacKillop College, Canberra’s largest Secondary school. Michael is a Director of the Catholic Secondary Principal’s Association of Australia and has had lengthy experience in professional associations connected with English teaching, education and Religious Education.

Panel Members:

Justin Garrick, Headmaster, Canberra Grammar School

Kathryn Greiner AO, Company Director

Ewan McIntosh, Chief Executive Officer NoTosh Limited and Adjunct Lecturer, Charles Sturt University