The Reverend Grant Moore B Theol (Hons), Dip Ed, Cert Ed (Com)

chaplain@stmarkscollege.com.au
With more than 40 years in both the primary and secondary school sectors, holding senior roles including Head of Senior School, Grant brings an understanding of the needs of young people. After his ordination into the Anglican Church in 2013, Grant took on the role as Chaplain at St Mark’s and Parish Priest at St Cyprian’s Anglican Church at North Adelaide. He recently completed his Honours degree in Theology. Grant and his wife Olwen also reside at the College.

Mrs Sara Ware BCom (UniSA), CPA

sara.ware@stmarkscollege.com.au

Sara Ware was appointed Business Manager in June 2021.

Sara has been a CPA since 2008 and has a Bachelor of Commerce degree from the University of South Australia. She has held senior financial and broader management roles in a number of organisations, including CHC Helicopters, Austwine, MG Corporation (an Indigenous organisation based in Kununurra, WA), and most recently as Manager of Finance and ICT at ForestrySA (from 2015 to 2021).

Sara’s community involvement has included being the Treasurer for a kindergarten, a leader of both Scouts and Venturers for Scouts SA and an Adventurous Activities Leader for Scouts SA’s Scout Caving Group.  Sara was also the Gold Balloon Ambassador for the Leukaemia Foundation’s major fundraising event, “Light the Night” in 2010.

Ms Kathy Radoslovich BInt (Hons) (Adel), BDS (Adel)

katherine.radoslovich@stmarkscollege.com.au

Ms Katherine Radoslovich was a C.A.S. Hawker Scholar at St Mark’s in 2006-08. She completed her Bachelor of International Studies (Honours) in 2012 and her Bachelor of Development Studies in 2013, and is currently undertaking her PhD in the University of Adelaide’s School of Sociology, Criminology and Gender Studies.

Ms Radoslovich has worked for several State and Federal Government agencies, including as a Youth Worker for five years with the Wiltja Residential Program. She has also worked in East Timor, through the Australian Youth Ambassadors for Development Program, and undertook a student exchange in Hungary. Kathy served in 2018 and 2019 as Director of Learning at St Mark’s.

Dr Rachel Buxton BA (Hons) (Adel), MSt, DPhil (Oxon), PGCTHE, MBA (Oxford Brookes)

rachel.buxton@stmarkscollege.com.au

Dr Rachel Buxton served as Senior Tutor of Merton College, Oxford, from 2015 to January 2020, and also held that role in 2009-10 before serving as Domestic Bursar and Fellow of Lincoln College, Oxford, in 2010-15. As Senior Tutor at Merton, Dr Buxton managed all academic-related activities in one of Oxford’s academically most successful colleges, and devoted considerable attention to supporting individual students in their academic and personal development.

Rachel Buxton was a C.A.S. Hawker Scholar at St Mark’s College in 1993-97, and served as College Club President in 1997, when she was also awarded the Collegians’ Prize. She graduated from the University of Adelaide in 1997 with First Class Honours in English Literature, and the University Medal.

Rhodes Scholar for South Australia for 1998, Rachel completed a Masters and a Doctorate in Oxford in English language and literature. Her thesis on the influence of Robert Frost on Northern Irish poetry – a topic inspired by a suggestion from the then Master of St Mark’s College, Robin Ashwin – was later published by Oxford University Press.

Rachel served as president of the Herford College Middle Common Room, and was Wilkinson Research Fellow and Assistant Dean at Worcester College, Oxford (2001-2), and Salvesen Junior Fellow and Tutor for Women at New College, Oxford (2002-5), also undertaking internships with McKinsey & Co. and at the UK Cabinet Office. While serving as Senior Lecturer in American Literature at Oxford Brookes University in 2005-9, Rachel completed an Executive MBA with Distinction, again topping her year.

Mr Stuart Meldrum BPsych (Hons) (Newc), DipAppPsych (COPP)

stuart.meldrum@stmarkscollege.com.au

Mr Stuart Meldrum became Dean in October 2020, after a highly competitive selection process which attracted over 80 candidates from around Australia and overseas.

A registered psychologist, Stuart graduated from the University of Newcastle with a Bachelor of Psychology (Honours) in 2005, and obtained his Diploma of Psychological Practice in 2009.

After work with the ORS Group in Brisbane and the NSW Central Coast, he joined the University of Newcastle as a disability advisor in 2010, moving to disability services work at the University of Sydney in 2014, before returning to the University of Newcastle as a student support advisor at their Ourimbah campus.

Stuart has worked as a health and wellbeing coordinator for University of Newcastle student residences and has had extensive experience as a student counsellor. Trained and accredited by the Full Stop Foundation as a trainer for “Sex, Safety and Respect”, Stuart was part of a small team awarded the 2019 VC Excellence Award for Health, Safety and Wellbeing at the University of Newcastle. He has also undertaken the L H Martin Institute’s “Emerging Leaders and Managers Program” for higher and vocational education.
Stuart’s community involvement has included five years as President of the Central Coast Christian Football Association in NSW. Stuart, his wife Sarah and their young son, Harry, live in Walkley Cottage.

Professor Don Markwell BEcon (Hons) (Qld), MA, MPhil, DPhil (Oxon)

Head of College, Dr Don Markwell

don.markwell@stmarkscollege.com.au

Born in Outback Queensland, Professor Don Markwell studied at the Universities of Queensland and Oxford (as a Rhodes Scholar), and at Princeton. He taught politics and international relations in Oxford for a decade before becoming Warden of Trinity College at the University of Melbourne. He has since served as Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Education) of the University of Western Australia, the global head of the Rhodes Scholarships as Warden of Rhodes House, Oxford, senior adviser to Australian Government ministers, and as Warden of St Paul’s College at the University of Sydney.  Professor Markwell is an Adjunct Professor in the University of Adelaide’s School of Social Sciences.