Worawa Aboriginal College has appointed Dr Rosalea Cameron to the newly created role of Deputy Principal following a specialised search by Hutton Consulting Australia.
Located in the Yarra Valley, the College is a boarding school catering specifically for Aboriginal girls in the secondary years of schooling. Working closely with the Executive Director, Hutton Consulting Australia supported the creation of a new role focusing on the academic needs of students and staff development at the College. As a highly experienced Principal, with extensive posts in the Northern Territory as a Teaching Principal and Principal Mentor, Dr Cameron steps into this important role with a deep understanding of the needs of this community. In addition to her educational leadership work in Australia, Dr Cameron has held leadership and teaching roles in Papua New Guinea, South Africa, Mozambique, and America.
Dr Cameron holds a range of targeted certificates in careers, training and assessment, as well as a Diploma of Primary Teaching, a Bachelor of Education, a Master of Education, and a Doctorate of Philosophy. She has undertaken a range of volunteer and NGO positions, sharing her passionate and rich knowledge of education training teachers and supporting students.
Hutton Consulting Australia congratulates Dr Cameron on her appointment.