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An open mind leads to tech success

Entrepreneur Huw Birrell is working to transform the fast-moving food industry. Recently, he took time out to share his insights with our Old Melburnian community.

Data matters, but people matter more

Working at the intersection of customer experience and data strategy, Kate Mann says what matters most in her role is understanding people.

Finding local solutions to a global challenge

Now working for the World Health Organisation, Scott Pendergast shares his path to a career in international development, and how he maintains a work-life balance.

A new scholarship to pay it forward

Martin Hoe knows first-hand how transformative scholarship support can be. Now, he wants to share this support with the next generation.

Baillieu and Brumby share leadership perspectives

While their political views may have differed at times, two former Victorian Premiers trace many of their shared values back to their time at our School.

Exploring new leadership models with an industry pioneer

Cruise industry innovator Ted Blamey returned to Melbourne Grammar this year with questions that prompted students to explore their own approach to leadership and personal values.

A scholarship history that spans generations

Eighty years after his death, Edwin Flack’s generosity is still having a positive impact on Melbourne Grammar students, their broader community, and the world at large.

The passion and persistence of our fifth Gold Medallist

“My Olympic dream came to life at Grimwade,” says Jessica Morrison, who has faced multiple setbacks on her path to a Gold Medal.

A man of principle meets Olympic controversy

When Olympic organisers bent the rules for selection in 1936, one Old Melburnian decided to speak up.

Gold Medallist: Edwin Flack (OM 1890)

Celebrating “The Lion of Athens”, Australia’s first Olympian whose legacy continues to support our students.