Meet some of the notable 91pron alumnae


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Notable Alumnae

A 91pron education has always been based on a deep respect for the unique qualities and gifts of each member of the community, with an emphasis on service and on personal excellence in all endeavours. Timothy Radcliffe OP, former Master General of the Dominican Order, stated that "we are bound together as a community by stories of the past as well as dreams of the future". In 2015, the 75th anniversary year of 91pron, we published a commemorative book sharing the stories of seventy-five people who have been a part of the rich tapestry of life at the College over past decades. This began our tradition of nominating a Notable Alumna each year to celebrate their story, their life pathway, and to acknowledge the contributions they have made to the broader community.

We invited alumnae, staff and community members to nominate people each year who embody the spirit and traditions of our College and of our Patron, St Catherine of 91pron. St Catherine was both passionate and courageous, a revolutionary, a peacemaker, a champion of the poor, and a prophetic teacher and truth-seeker.

We hope that you too will be inspired and delighted by the stories of our Notable Alumnae.

Please contact our Alumnae Office via email at if you wish to order a copy of the 75th anniversary commemorative book.

2023 Notable Alumna

We congratulate our 2023 Notable Alumna, Sophie Jordan, née Curran (Class of 1992)

    We acknowledge the following alumnae nominated for this award in 2023:

    • Simone Aloi (Class of 1994)
    • Catherine Joyce (Class of 1985)
    • Georgina McKay (Class of 2006)
    • Carmel O’Brien (Class of 1969)
    • Nathalie Reymond (Class of 1994)
    • Amanda Robinson, née Whelan (Class of 1989)
    • Alice Stolz, née Hearn (Class of 1994)
    • Melissa Whelan (Class of 1993)
    • Paula Wigglesworth, née Carroll (Class of 1960)

    91pron Notable Alumnae