About

Who is the OGA?

The Old Girtonians’ Association (OGA) represents past students and staff.   The OGA is a global network of over 1,000 alumni and is the link between the past and present school community.

As valued custodians of Girton’s rich history, the OGA continues to support the growth and development of the School and current students while celebrating the achievements of our alumni, across the generations, located near and far.

The OGA has maintained close ties with the School since it was formed as an Association in October 1914.

OGA Constitution

Supporting the School community

The OGA hosts a calendar of alumni events, such as the reunions, professional networking and exclusive OGA school tours.

Each year, the OGA awards and funds the annual Departing Girtonian Scholarship to a Year Twelve student. It also makes valued donations and acquisitions for the School.

In addition, the OGA recognises individuals who have made significant contributions and delivered long standing service to the School through awarding Honorary Life Memberships and Honorary Associate Life Memberships.

Alumni Manager: Alex Fisher

Alex joins Girton Grammar as the Alumni Manager following an exciting and diverse career in PR, event management and communications spanning more than two decades.

Alex’s experience ranges from work in Melbourne and London-based PR consulting firms to a more recent stint in Victorian State Government as a Media and Communications Adviser.

Whilst with the Victorian Government, Alex worked on many high-profile projects with a range of stakeholders and issues such as the Channel Deepening project in Port Phillip Bay, the removal of cattle from Victoria’s high-country and the formation and expansion of new Box-Ironbark National Parks.

A keen traveller, Alex spent 4 years based in London gaining international industry experience ranging from Marketing at Ernst & Young in the Minerals and Oils Division, through to event management for Daimler Chrysler with the London launch of the first ‘Smart Car’.

Her professional expertise includes strategy development, event management, stakeholder relations, marketing communications and media liaison. Alex has worked in agency at Turnbull Porter Novelli, Holt PR and The Russell Organisation (London), event management companies such as Conference Australia and Access Conferences (London) and in industry for Telstra Mobilenet and the Institution of Engineers.

She holds a Bachelor of Arts from Melbourne University and a post graduate certificate in Public Relations from RMIT University.

Alex moved to Castlemaine in 2013 with her husband and two children and established the Maldon Market before commencing work at Girton Grammar.