SYDNEY, NSW, AUSTRALIA, May 14, 2012 /Stanford Who’s Who/– Fay Gurr has been recognized in the distinguished ranks of leading professionals with Stanford Who’s Who due to her integrity, determination and knowledge in the educational industry. In her current position as Principal of St. Vincent’s College, she has routinely exhibited the brand of leadership needed to run one of Australia’s finest educational establishments.
St. Vincent’s College was established in May of 1858 under the care of the Sisters of Charity. It is the longest standing Catholic Day and Boarding School for girls in Australia. The objective of the Sisters of Charity was to meet the needs of the portion of the youthful community who required a religious, solid and useful education. To this day they still uphold those standards in their tradition of Ignatian Spirituality. The institution’s students are greatly encouraged to find God through experience, reflection and action.
Gurr is responsible for providing educational leadership as well as organizational leadership of the entire college. She works diligently in order to ensure that all quality standards are met. During her collegiate career, Fay earned her Master’s Degree in Education and Sociology from the University of Newcastle in 1993. She is a Member of the Catholic Principals’ Association as well as President of the Rotary Club. Additionally, Fay has aspirations to one day found her own college.