Paul Scott-Williams is the current Director of the Goulburn Regional Conservatorium. He has an extensive background as a performer, arts educator and arts advocate. He studied at the NSW State Conservatorium in the 1980’s and went on to achieve a Masters Degree in performance from the Guildhall School of Music and Drama (London) and most recently completed a Masters in Counselling at Monash University, Melbourne.
Paul was a founding member of Aitken College in Melbourne, which now offers a broad education to approximately 1400 students in Melbourne’s outer northern suburbs. Paul has taught music, drama, dance and circus skills to students from early childhood to adults and served on the Victorian State Subject Association Boards for Music and Drama for a number of years. He took a leading advocacy role in the development and implementation of Music Technology in Education as a member of Soundhouse Australia, winning the national Alfred Brasch Award in 2004.