Chris attended BBC for 8 years from 1983 to 1990 and was College Vice Captain in his final year. Chris’ son attends the College in middle school. While at BBC, Chris’ better sporting results came from tennis and cross country. He also coached tennis at BBC after his schooling days including coaching the First IV.
Chris is the principal of a wealth management and accounting business.
Murray McNaught (1992) OCA Vice President
Murray commenced his studies at BBC in 1989 as a boarder and finished as a day boy in 1992. He was a prefect, keen rugby player and a member of the winning 1992 1st VIII. After a 10 year career in the Australian Defence Force, Murray moved into senior management roles in the construction and renewable energy industries. Murray currently has one boy at the Junior School with another two to follow shortly.
Russell attended BBC from 1977 to 1985. He spent 11 years employed in the Queensland Department of Justice working firstly in the Crown Solicitor’s Office and then in the Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions. Whilst with the Department of Justice, Russell graduated from the University of Queensland with a Bachelor of Law and was called to the Bar on 6 June 1994. Russell has been at the private bar since September 2000 practising from Halsbury Chambers.
Wade attended BBC from 1980 to 1984 and participated widely in sport whilst at school covering rowing, rugby and cricket. With three daughters attending Brisbane Girls Grammar School Wades involvement with the College was rekindled when he founded the BBC Old Collegians Rowing Club in 2016 to celebrate the centenary of rowing at BBC. The club has grown significantly and Wade believes strongly in the way sport can reconnect old boys back to the school. Wade has owned and operated several sports related businesses and worked in real estate for over 14 years currently working for Place Real Estate.
Peter attended BBC from 1963 to 1968 and is a former President of the OCA.
Arthur came to BBC in 1966 and graduated in 1970 and is a former President of the OCA.
Andrew Stephen (1994) and Treasurer
Andrew is a highly experienced and successful bank manager, with over 20 years experience in the finance industry. Throughout his career, Andrew has held leadership roles at both local and regional levels, including Home Finance Managers. Andrew is a leader that focuses on living and leading by example, providing his people with clarity and the opportunity to be successful.
Cam attended BBC from 2008 and was College Captain in 2012. Cam represents the Young Old Boys’ Committee as part of the OCA Executive.
Grant Rynne (2000)
Grant attended BBC from 1996 to 2000 and is the founder & Director of RCM. Grant is an investor with a focus on Alternative Investments. His career experience spans both the buy-side and sell-side, including, transaction & advisory, risk management,sales & trading and portfolio management.
Graham Sagar (1969) and Vintage Collegians Representative
Graham attended BBC from 1965 to 1969. As well as sitting on the Old Collegians’ Executive, Graham is the owner of a childcare business in Brisbane. He is proud to be an Old Boy.
BBC Staff on the Committee
Kelly has been in the role since April 2012 having worked in events, marketing and public relations for most of her career. She recently finished studying a Graduate Certificate in Communications through Deakin University. As part of her role, Kelly works alongside the OCA President and the OCA Executive Committee.