About Toorak Collegians

The Toorak Collegians Committee (previously called the Toorak College Old Girls' Association) was formed in 1908 with the aim of contributing towards the lives of Collegians, the School and the community. Today, the Toorak Collegians Committee endeavor to do this by offering our 11,000+ members a range of opportunities to stay connected including facilitating careers assistance, funding a Collegian grants program, maintaining a rich archives collection and running popular Collegians based events.

The Toorak Collegians offer a range of services to assist our Community:

Collegian Grants Program

The Collegians Grants program exists to foster entrepreneurship, innovation and creative endeavor in the Collegian Community. Find out more.

Archives Department

The School Archives contain cherished records documenting the tradition, history and unique identity of Toorak College. Find out more.

Mentor Program

Whether you are just starting your career, are in the peak of your career or are thinking of taking on a complex challenge, the Toorak Collegians Mentor Program can help you excel further. Find out more.


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Current Toorak Collegians Committee Members and Areas of Responsibility

Carolyn Such (’69) – President
June Lambert (Honorary Collegian) – Secretary
Penny Bowman ('01) – Executive Support
Naomi Daff (’84) - School Liaison Portfolio
Sue Dixon (’81) – School Liaison Portfolio
Claire Loughnan (’02) - Finance Portfolio
Rachael Loughnan (’08) – Finance Portfolio
Elise Moynihan (’86) - Collegian Grants Portfolio
Cara Pope (’02) – School Liaison Portfolio
Jacque Ross (’71) – Events Portfolio
Rosemary Sewell (’74) – Collegian Grants Portfolio
Penny Shell (’96) – Communications Portfolio
Shonnie Waters (’96) – Careers/Events Portfolio