Old Boys of Churchie
Chairman of Qantas and Old Boy, Leigh Clifford (1964) has joined the board of Crestone. With four fellow Old Boys based in their Brisbane office, he will definitely be in good company.
Old Boy Scott Wilson (1981) attended Churchie for two years whilst on a Rotary International Exchange scholarship from Herndon, Virginia. It is this experience that ultimately served as the foundation for his academic and professional pursuits. In fact, in a recent interview Scott noted that his time in Australia and his experience at Churchie was life-changing and led to a series of academic and career decisions that enabled his success.
In his professional world of wealth management, accounting and business advisory, Old Boy Jita Sarai (1999) is renowned for his care and professionalism. He honours the trust his clients have in him and approaches everything he does with a very personal focus. It would therefore come as no surprise that these philosophies transfer into Jita’s personal life, where he lives by the standards he recommends to others.
People all over the world dream of living a life of adventure. For Old Boy Alex Callaghan (2001) and his two close friends Zane Stephens and Todd Wheaton, this dream is a reality. In early September 2015, after twelve months of planning and five months of riding, they completed an unsupported 25,000 kilometre motorbike adventure from Far East Russia to London.