International Awards for Development Team
We are delighted to announce that the book ‘120 Inspirational Loreto Women’ produced by Loreto Normanhurst during our 120 year celebrations, has won the award of Best Alumni Publication at the 2018 Educate Plus International Conference. Grace Paraino, Dean of Development and Alumni, and Clare Friend, Marketing and Communications Manager, who led the production of the book, received the award at the conference in New Zealand, on behalf of the Development Team, which includes ex-student Lynnette Jones in the role of Development Coordinator.
At the conference, Grace, who co-presented a session on social media alongside Mia Garlick, Director of Policy for Facebook Australia and New Zealand, was also presented with a Fellowship, an award in recognition of significant contribution to the industry.
The Development Team at Loreto Normanhurst are a dedicated team of professionals in the areas of enrolments, events, marketing and communications, fundraising, and community relations, who work joyfully each day to continue to foster and nurture relationships for current, prospective, and past members members of our school community, including ex-students and ex-parents of the school.
about the ‘120 inspirational loreto women’ book:
To be part of the Loreto Normanhurst community is a precious gift. Ex-students, staff, members and friends of our community, past and present, have gone on to generously share their gifts with others, making positive contributions across Australia and around the globe. They are Loreto people who are “constant, efficacious and loving”.
‘120 Inspirational Loreto Women’ is a tribute to these outstanding women. We honour their achievements, and fondly share in their stories and cherished memories of their time at Loreto Normanhurst.
This book is in celebration of all those who have made the colours of our beautiful Loreto Normanhurst rainbow come alive for each and every day of the last 120 years.
If you would like a copy of the ‘120 Inspirational Loreto Women’ book, please contact the Development Office.