Chloe Di Gemma

Giving back for tomorrow’s girls 

In her final year at Lauriston, Chloe Di Gemma gave to the Lauriston Foundation Library and It’s Her Turn Campaign, acknowledging her time at Lauriston and also ensuring that future girls would benefit from her gift. 

Chloe has many fond memories of both the Junior and Senior School Libraries, where she formed friendships with staff members who took an interest in her academic pursuits. In Year 4 she won a prize for designing a book cover for Our Australian Girl and her first story ‘Meet Malala’ was published in Oz Kids in Print. 

Figure skating is her greatest passion. However, the joy and pride of representing Andrews House at sporting events and Lauriston at Girls Sport Victoria (GSV) carnivals are second to none. 

‘I hope my gift to the It’s Her Turn campaign contributes to the development of the new Sports, Health and Wellbeing Precinct, which will be an amazing place for staff and students.’