The Executive Director is assisted by a team of directors in the governance and oversight of CEDP.
The Executive Team is responsible for the development and execution of the CEDP system strategy in relation to:
- Mission and Purpose (Our Catholic Narrative)
- Strategic Intent
- Stewardship and Accountability
The Executive Team
The Executive Team is comprised of the Executive Director and six directors:
Greg Whitby is widely acknowledged as an innovative educator who is passionate about ensuring that schooling meets the needs of today’s learners. Over the past two decades, Greg has been rethinking the nature of learning and teaching in a digital age and has been instrumental in the development of new school and learning space designs to accommodate contemporary learning and teaching.
As a Director, Christine is committed to ensuring that each student has the opportunity to participate in engaging and challenging learning experiences provided by leaders and teachers who have a personal commitment to ongoing learning.
As Director Learning, Maura leads the System Learning Team who support learning and teaching in schools by working with teachers in learning spaces; in partnership with school leadership teams on the goals of formation, literacy or numeracy.
Director Data Intelligence
Raju is the CEDP Chief Information Officer. In his current role, Raju has already overseen the introduction of a range of innovative enterprise platforms that have resulted in major system improvements and efficiencies. Raju’s work continues to assist CEDP to develop a better understanding of the needs of its students and staff.
Director Capital Resourcing
Sarah has enjoyed a number of senior executive and CFO roles over the past 15 years, notably including CFO of Fox Sports Australia and CFO of Sky News Australia. She has a strong track record in supporting a variety of organisations through growth and transformation.
The partnership between Church and Mission sits at the heart of our work at CEDP and Monica provides leadership in supporting schools in maintaining and enhancing Catholic identity and mission.
Greg has worked in Catholic education for over 30 years, with 20 years in school leadership across three dioceses. In 2020 Greg was awarded his Doctor of Philosophy in the field of psychology. This work links his passion for the mission of Catholic education to the wellbeing of students and educators.
The work of the Executive is supported by the Head of the Executive Office and the Chief Governance and Strategy Officer. Meetings are held weekly. In addition to regular Executive Team Meetings, each individual Director meets with the Executive Director twice a term in a formal capacity.
Eight Strategic System Leadership meetings are held each year as well as two half-day meetings. The meetings are attended by CEDP Directors, Heads, Chiefs and Learning Leaders, as well as all school Principals. They provide opportunities for collaborative engagement between CEDP and school leaders.