2024 OCA Executive Committee

  Peter Hunt-Sharp (OC 1991) OCA President

Peter attended BBC from 1985 to 1991, and held the position of School Co-Captain, Captain of Tennis and Wesley House in his final year. During his time at school Peter played Tennis, Cricket, and Soccer. After being overseas (United Kingdom, Singapore, Canada) for 21 years working in Financial Services, Peter recently returned with his family and has a son at BBC and a daughter at St Aidan’s.

 Murray McNaught (OC 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 three boys at BBC.

  Mason Black (OC2021) Young Old Boys’ Representative

Mason Attended BBC from 2016-2021 as a boarder and in his final year held the position of School Captain. He was a keen swimmer, rugby player and also a member of the First VII water polo team. Mason is currently pursuing a Bachelor of Advanced Business at the University of Queensland and has founded a non-profit called The Betterment Project. Mason currently coaches in the water polo program at BBC.

 Graham Sagar (OC 1969) Vintage Collegians’ Rep

Graham attended BBC from 1965 to 1969.  During his time at the College, Graham was a keen rower, and was a member of the Hobbies Club where he further developed his interest in model train circuits.  In 1972 Graham was drafted to National Service and was posted to 9 Dental Unit in Enogerra.  Graham is a successful entrepreneur and businessman, and has served as Treasurer on both the Australian Childcare Alliance and Childcare Queensland Boards.  Graham’s love of planes and trains led to him obtaining his pilot’s licence, and has taken him to model train shows all over Queensland where he displays and demonstrates his self-designed computerised model train layouts.  Graham is currently the owner of a childcare business in Brisbane, and represents the Vintage Collegians on the OCA Executive.

 James Cameron (OC 1993)

James attended the College from 1987 to 1993.  He currently has three boys in the Junior School and a daughter at Somerville House.

James is Special Counsel at Corrs Chambers Westgarth lawyers, specialising in intellectual property law, competition and consumer law and health and life sciences.  He holds a Master of Laws from the University of Melbourne and has held a number of industry committee positions including with Ausbiotech and the Intellectual Property Society of Australia and New Zealand.   James was a proud member of the 1993 Premiership Debating team and also loved playing rugby and basketball.

  Glen Wright (OC 2008)

Glen attended BBC from 2005 to 2008 after migrating to Australia from the United States. While at the College, Glen was involved in various sporting, cultural and spiritual pursuits. He played cricket, rugby, soccer, tennis and basketball, was ISCF vice-captain and was awarded full colours for senior school service in 2008. After school Glen earned a B.Com at UQ and started his career at EY. He is the co-founder of RE Ventured, a real estate acquisition and development company based in Toowong. Glen is currently developing commercial and residential projects across the eastern seaboard of Australia. He has two future Collegians with his wife Lauren.

 Joel Packer (OC 1994)

Joel attended BBC from 1990 to 1994, following the footsteps of his father, grandfather, uncles and cousins. During that time, Joel played sport for the college, participated in Duke of Edinburgh Awards Scheme, and was part of the school musical and theatre productions.  Joel obtained a Bachelor of Commerce from UQ and after working in the family business for 2 years, enlisted as an Officer Cadet in the Army. In 2001 Joel commissioned as an officer in the Infantry Corps where he served for 21 years before retiring at the rank of Lieutenant Colonel. After Army, Joel returned to Brisbane and is currently a Project Manager at NIOA, part of the Australian Defense Industry.

  Stephen Pyman (OC 1978)

Stephen has had two sons graduate from BBC ( 2014 and 2022) and has previously served on the OCA Executive, the BBC Foundation and the Tennis & Rugby Support Groups .  He has also had a long involvement with the BBC Indigenous Program.  He can often be heard on the microphone at BBC rugby matches.

When not involved with BBC, Stephen works as a construction lawyer.

  Peter White (OC 2013)

Peter attended BBC from 2008 to 2013 as a day boy. Whilst at school, Pete was Knox House Captain and participated in a variety of sports including rugby, tennis and cross country. Post-school he has found a passion for golf, spent some time traveling abroad and completed a Bachelor of Business (Honours) majoring in Finance at QUT, writing his thesis on Asset Pricing. He currently works in the energy sector as a Financial Analyst at InterGen Australia.

   Mitch Grimmond (OC 2015)

Mitch attended BBC from 2008 to 2015 as a day boy. Whilst at school, Mitch was Knox House Captain and participated in a variety of sports including rugby, cricket, AFL, and football. After graduating from the College, Mitch went on to complete a Commerce Degree at QUT majoring in Accounting. Mitch currently works as a manager at KordaMentha as a Forensic Accountant, specialising in fraud, financial investigations, and commercial disputes.