The Management Team
Council of Jane Franklin Hall
As the governing body of Jane Franklin Hall, Council has the ultimate authority over the College’s affairs and policies, including the strategic direction of Jane and the College’s finances. All members of Council are volunteers and include representatives of the Jane Alumni, Tasmanian Council of Churches, the Fellows and the University.
Ms Ginna Webster, Chair
Mr Justin Hill, LLM, BCom (Hons), GDip AppFin, Deputy Chair
Professor Michael Stoddart, BSc, PhD, DSc, FAI Biol
Hon. Denise Swan, LLB
Mrs Lisa Gibson BSc, Alumni Representative
Dr John Kertesz, PhD, BA (Hons), Dip Ed, DipA (Mod Langs), Senior Fellow
Emeritus Professor Michael Borowitzka, BSc (Hons), PhD, Dip Comp Dir, FAICD, Fellows Representative
Mr David Morris, BA, BEd, Grad.Dip.Lib, Grad.Cert.Ed, TTC, AALIA, TCC Representative
Mr Paul Byrne, FAICD
Ms Stephanie Taylor, B.Soc.W, MBA, University of Tasmania Representative
Rev Rosalind Terry, B.Pharm, B.D., TCC Representative
Ms Joanna Rosewell, Principal, BA (Hons), CETFLA, P.Grad Dip. App. Lang, MJ
Mr Hamish McLean, President Jane Student Club Committee
Mr Gus Brient, Jane Student Club Committee Council Representative
Ms Belinda Sargent, B.Comm. Public Officer
Fellows of Jane Franklin Hall
In academia, a fellow is a member of a group of learned people who work together as peers in the pursuit of mutual knowledge or practice. Traditionally in the Oxbridge model, fellows were elected by their peers on the basis of scholarship, and they then became part of the teaching and research team, progressing to Council membership on the basis of seniority. Fellowship also involved becoming part of the residential life of the college, reinforced by formal dinners. Essentially this model continues today.
The term Fellow is now also applied to recognize people active in or with a considerable bank of experience in professional practice.
Along with Council members, Fellows are the Jane community’s most senior and distinguished member. Fellows act as academic, professional and personal mentors to Jane students.
See all Jane Fellows
Chaplains help the Jane community (staff and students) in a variety of ways. If you have a personal problem or question, or need advice on a spiritual matter, you may appreciate talking with somebody who cares. Chaplains also exist to help the Jane community to name, celebrate and pray about matters of significance to our community, and assist with Bible study relevant to the challenges and questions facing today's students. This help can include individual meetings or special services to mark important times for the College.
Rev Dr Lesley Borowitzka
0437 052 618
0414 669 554
Rev Rosalind Terry (Senior Chaplain)
Fr Michael Tate AO, VG