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3 April 2020
Old Girl and Occupational Therapist, Melissa Woollard (’08), may just have the tools for parents to survive remote learning and the forthcoming holidays whilst we are all practising social distancing and self-isolation. Melissa designs and makes activity boxes, known as Busy Bee Boxes, for children from ages of 4 – 9 years.
28 February 2020
Old Girl, Tessa Laing, from the Class of 2015 developed her business from the garage of her house whilst she was still studying. Tessa Laing Stage Art encompasses puppet, costume, prop and set construction, as well as design and scenic art. Read more about Tessa's business below.
16 December 2019
This year we were thrilled inaugural winner of the Molly Riley RISE Award, Zara Torre (Kuriyan ’99), could share her experiences and advice as the guest speaker at Speech Night. Zara is a law graduate, practising dentist, and has completed a Masters in Public Health with a particular interest in health economics addressing social disadvantage.
5 November 2019
Megan Anderson (’86) worked as a journalist for more than two decades before making a career shift into illustration six years ago. Her love affair with dogs was simmering away in the background, and when she turned her hand to painting, it was canines – and their people – that grabbed her attention.
23 October 2019
Old Girl and former St Mary’s Junior School teacher, Lexi Meeke (’99), developed her business to fill a gap in the market. She was searching for a fitness group that suited her lifestyle but when she couldn’t find it, she developed Fit Chicks WA. Tell us about your business and how it began. 
5 July 2019
The St Mary’s Old Girls’ Association Women of Distinction Awards recognise and celebrate the exceptional achievements and contributions of former students to their profession and community.