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Monte Nathan appointed College Dean

On 15 April 2024, Monte Nathan commenced his role as our College Dean.

Monte is an experienced educator and residential leader, highly knowledgeable in the provision of pastoral care to students in a residential context. Prior to working at Burgmann college, Monte worked as a secondary residential leader and teacher, specifically as the Assistant Head of the 'On Queenslea Drive' Residential program at Christ Church Grammar School in Western Australia.

Monte also has extensive experience in mental health facilitation and intervention, working with a range of organizations including: Man Up! Australia, zero2hero and the Arthritis Foundation of Australia.

Monte has completed a Bachelor of Education from the University of Notre Dame Australia, and a Master of Leading Education from Edith Cowan University. He is highly committed to engaging a strong pastoral care system to create a genuine transformational experience for the residents of Burgmann College.

'I am so happy to be part of the Burgmann College team, and can't wait to get involved in everything the Burg community has to offer,' says Monte.

Monte lives in The Village with his partner Kirralee 'Kees' Coulter. Kees graduated from the University of Notre Dame in 2020 with a Bachelor of Marketing and Public Relations and a Bachelor of Communications and Media in Journalism. She currently works as a Strategic Policy Officer at the Australian Signals Directorate.

Kees is finishing her thesis for a Masters in International Relations and National Security with a unique focus on hedging strategies in Central Eastern Europe. She looks forward to catching up with students over coffee to support their career pursuits and studies in international relations and national security.

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Burgmann College Dean Monte Nathan
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Monte Nathan with partner Kirrilee 'Kees' Coulter
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