At Melbourne Girls Grammar we empower young women to do anything they set their minds to.
ABOUT the ARTEMIS centre
The Artemis Centre plays a pivotal role by providing students at Melbourne Girls Grammar with a world-class purpose-built facility that celebrates holistic learning and provides a home for our sport, fitness and wellbeing programs.
Whilst the Artemis Centre is for the use of our students during school hours, outside of these hours the centre transforms into a community hub accessible to all.
We also have established relationships with like-minded community organisations, clubs and service providers and since opening our doors in 2017 we have had elite level netball, AFLW and water polo programs use our facility.
Visit our programs and facility hire pages to find out how you can become part of the Artemis Community.
Executive Director, Artemis Programs
Sally Bailey is a physical performance coach whose scope of professional experience extends from development level through to world championship and Olympic athletes across a range of individual and team sports, programs, and organisational pathways.
She has worked in numerous world championship and Olympic campaigns in three different sports (cricket, diving and swimming), and has taken the lessons learnt from running a business and working in high performance programs and tailored her approach within a school environment.
This has resulted in building athletic development and physical wellbeing programs from the ground up in both a boys and girls school.
Different environments, shared philosophical foundations and a desire to make a positive difference to the relationship our youth have with physical activity, training and performance.
Aquatics Program Manager and Head Coach
Brad Harris joins Artemis Aquatics with over 15 years experience as a swimming coach. Most recently Brad coached at Melbourne Vicentre, where he successfully developed several multi-class swimmers to qualify for World Championship Games, Pan Pacific Games, and Paralympic Games.
Brad is approachable, enthusiastic and passionate and has a strong track record of delivering results at the highest levels.
Throughout his career Brad has had experience working with a variety of swimming squads, from the development of talented mini/junior squads through to high performing senior national representative squads and some adult/fitness squads.
Head of Gymnastics
Katie Dunn competed in trampoline at a national level before transitioning to become a coach and judge, completing an International Federation of Gymnastics (FIG) Level 2 in coaching (trampoline sports) and has been FIG Brevet judging (trampoline sports) since 2009.
She also has head coached a women’s artistic gymnastics (WAG) Level 1 – 6 programs, holding an intermediate coaching qualification in WAG.
Her favourite events to teach are bar skills and trampoline, and strives to make becoming a confident, acrobatic gymnast achievable and fun.
Katie has a professional background in sports management and event operations, and joined Artemis Gymnastics as Program Manager and Head Coach in January 2019.
Artemis Services Coordinator
Phoebe McWilliams joined the team in July 2020 as one of the centre’s two Artemis Services Coordinators.
Phoebe holds a Journalism and Health Science degree and has worked as a communications professional for the past eight years.
Across that time she has worked at a number sporting clubs and organisations including the Melbourne Cricket Club, Geelong Football Club and Hawthorn Football Club.
Outside of her role at Artemis Phoebe is a current AFLW player at the Geelong Football Club.
All enquiries regarding employment at the Artemis Centre can be addressed to firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling +61 9862 9215.