More than 250 guests attended the Caulfield Grammar School Foundation’s annual Business Breakfast to network, learn, share and be inspired.

Respected business leaders in their fields – Virginia Trioli (journalist and writer), Robert Redlich (former Independent Broad-Based Anti-Corruption Commissioner) and Suzana Ristevski (Chief Marketing Officer, National Australia Bank) – discussed the growing focus by society of trust and integrity expected from corporates, government and the media .

Past Foundation Scholarship recipient Tara Bennett shared her experiences as both a student and then as a Year 9 Kakadu Program staff trainee.

Special guest Eddie Betts talked about the importance of creating safe learning places for Indigenous children to firstly belong and then thrive, and shared how the impact a Caulfield Grammar education is already beginning to have on the life of a new Year 9 student from remote Western Australia.

Thanks to the support of 250 guests, two new Foundation Scholarships will be enabled for children who would otherwise not have access to a Caulfield Grammar School education.