Dr Lee-Anne Perry is Principal of All Hallows’ School, Brisbane, an independent Catholic school for girls from Years 5-12 with over 1400 students. She has over 25 years’ experience as a principal of schools and a teaching career spanning some 37 years. As a principal of large independent schools, as Deputy Chair of the Queensland Catholic Education Commission, as a member of the Governing Council, Planning and Resources Committee and Chancellor’s Committee of the Queensland University of Technology, and as an Executive member of various professional associations, Dr Perry has extensive experience in strategic planning, reviews and evaluations and in developing policy at a local, state and national level. She has been recognised for her innovative leadership in education and her contributions to educational policy and practice across sectors and at both state and federal level. She has helped to position her current school as a leader in staff professional learning, the integration of information communications technology, pedagogy, data analysis, curriculum development, and educational facilities. Dr Perry is a passionate, innovative educator with a strong commitment to equity, inclusivity, and educational excellence.