The Riverina Anglican College was developed as part of the New Schools policy of the Anglican Diocese of Canberra and Goulburn.

An Organising Committee for an Anglican School in Wagga Wagga was in operation since the early 1990s with a College Board being formed in 1998. 

Membership of the College Board is currently being updated. 

The functions of the Board include oversight of the College’s financial arrangements, the appointment of the Principal, the maintenance of a business plan and all things necessary for the conduct of the affairs of the College. The day to day operations of the College, including the appointment of staff, curriculum and programming, school discipline and other matters are the responsibility of the Principal who reports to the Board. The normal term of office for a Board member is three years.

The College was established under the Diocesan Schools Ordinance (1998) of the Anglican Diocese of Canberra and Goulburn. This Ordinance provides the model of governance as well as setting out both the goals and principles for the College. As a Diocesan school, the College is ultimately responsible to the Governing Body of the Diocese known as Bishop-in-Council. Bishop-in-Council comprises the Bishop of the Diocese with twelve to fifteen elected or appointed members. Bishop-in-Council has delegated oversight of Diocesan schools to an advisory committee known as The Diocesan Schools Council. The different Board of each of the Diocesan schools including The Riverina Anglican College, reports on a regular basis to the Diocesan Schools Council. The College is governed by a Board that is comprised of Chair and Deputy Chair appointed by the Diocese, the Principal of the College, the Regional Bishop, and up to five persons appointed by the Diocesan Schools Council. The ambition of the Diocesan Schools Council is to appoint men and women who from their business background or training may make a positive contribution to the strategic planning and management of the school. Whenever possible this should include business managers, professionals such as accountants and solicitors and personnel with practical educational expertise.

Board Members 

Colin May 

Colin is an educator with almost five decades of experience working in Primary, Secondary, and Tertiary settings. He has been a Principal of five schools within a variety of settings and faiths, including 17 years at Arden Anglican School Beecroft/Epping. An active member of his community, Colin has held a number of Board roles for different schools and is currently the Chairman of the Board of The Riverina Anglican College Wagga Wagga .

Colin is a principal consultant with New Horizons Consulting to schools within NSW and regional areas. He has held leadership positions on the Board of Studies(now NESA) Curriculum and Policy Committees, NSW CIS (Combined Independent Schools) Sport Association, IPSHA (Independent Primary School Heads Association), Co.Ast.It- Italian Community Organisation in NSW as Principal of The Italian Bilingual school(IBS), The Sydney Diocese Anglican Church Synod, Canberra Goulburn Education Commission and Anglican Parish Council Chair in a number of churches.

Trevor Ament 

Trevor Ament was appointed to The Riverina Anglican College Board in December 2020. Trevor is the Registrar and General Manager of the Canberra/Goulburn Diocese, a role he has undertaken since January 2011. Prior to his current role, Trevor worked in the insurance, reinsurance and funds management sectors with the Territory Insurance Office. He also held the role of Chief Financial Officer for the Australian Reinsurance Pool Corporation. Trevor has a Bachelor of Business (Economics/Finance) and a Masters in Accounting. He is a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and a fellow of CPA Australia.

Grant Harris 

Grant is a highly experience real estate, property and business agent. As the principal, general manager and licensee in charge of Raine & Horne Wagga Wagga, Grant’s skills cross over residential, rural and commercial markets which have enriched both his professional and personal life in the relationships and network of contacts he has forged. Grant has a strong sense of community serving as President of Wagga Rotaract and as a member of Wagga Rotary in the past decade. As a member of the TRAC Board he was involved in governance oversight of the $3m STEM building and Stage 1 and 2 Junior School buildings.

Anton Reyment - (Deputy Chair)

Anton is a Fellow of CPA Australia with 30 years’ experience in health care, manufacturing, logistics and professional services. He has held Executive Management roles in health care for almost two decades. Anton is experienced in all aspects of business including development of strategic and financial plans, operational performance management and business improvement, development and oversight of capital works programs, the management of human resources and staff culture, risk management, financial reporting and compliance. He feels blessed to have had the opportunity to work for two mission based health care providers and The Riverina Anglican College where he has been able to contribute to the sustainability and growth of these organisations and make a difference to the welfare of our community. 

Louise Lotz

Louise currently works at Charles Sturt University in the Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Science while running her own advertising and marketing company. Louise is also a keen advocate of supporting the Riverina through her community involvement in Women in Business; Riverina Regional Tourism Board; as a mentor for Young Achievers Australia and organising charity fundraising events.Louise is keen to make sure Kurrajong continues to deliver a high standard of services through a seamless transition into the NDIS and ensuring each individual and their family continue to feel part of the organisation and the community.