OFFICER (AO) IN THE GENERAL DIVISION OF THE ORDER OF AUSTRALIA Mr Malcolm Bruce BEGBIE, Crossroads Village, 2 Castle Peak Road, Tuen Mun, New Territories, Hong Kong SAR For distinguished service to the international community in the provision of humanitarian relief, particularly through the Crossroads Foundation, and as a significant contributor to United Nations efforts to connect business organisations with those in need. Established the Hong Kong based international aid organisation, Crossroads Foundation, 1995; currently employs 70 full time staff and 300 volunteers; Branches since established in the United Kingdom and Kazakhstan. Development has included partnership/sponsorship with World Vision, Rotary International, World Emergency Relief and the British Council. initiatives include: - Global Hand, 2001; the harnessing of corporate social responsibility, including an internet platform established for the United Nations. - Global Handicrafts, 2005; supports people living in poverty by the sale of fair-trade home-crafted goods. - Global X-perience, 2005; activities to highlight issues of the underprivileged; supported by the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees. Awards/recognition include: Hero of Barrier-Free City Award, Hong Kong Federation for the Blind, 2009. Certificate of Achievement, The Economist, 2007. Ira Dan Kaye Community Service Award, American Chamber of Commerce, 2006. Community Service Award, American Women's Association, 2005. International Service Award, Rotary Club of Hong Kong, 2000. Paul Harris Fellowship, Rotary International, 2000. Vocational Service Award, Rotary International, 1999. ‘Hero for Today’, Reader's Digest, 1999. OFFICER (AO) IN THE GENERAL DIVISION OF THE ORDER OF AUSTRALIA Mrs Sally Linda BEGBIE, Crossroads Village, 2 Castle Peak Road, Tuen Mun, New Territories, Hong Kong SAR For distinguished service to the international community in the provision of humanitarian relief, particularly through the Crossroads Foundation, and as a significant contributor to United Nations efforts to connect business organisations with those in need. Established the Hong Kong based international aid organisation, Crossroads Foundation, 1995; currently employs 70 full time staff and 300 volunteers; Branches since established in the United Kingdom and Kazakhstan. Development has included partnership/sponsorship with World Vision, Rotary International, World Emergency Relief and the British Council. initiatives include: - Global Hand, 2001; the harnessing of corporate social responsibility, including an internet platform established for the United Nations. - Global Handicrafts, 2005; supports people living in poverty by the sale of fair-trade home-crafted goods. - Global X-perience, 2005; activities to highlight issues of the underprivileged; supported by the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees. Awards/recognition include: Hero of Barrier-Free City Award, Hong Kong Federation for the Blind, 2009. Certificate of Achievement, The Economist, 2007. Ira Dan Kaye Community Service Award, American Chamber of Commerce, 2006. Community Service Award, American Women's Association, 2005. International Service Award, Rotary Club of Hong Kong, 2000. Paul Harris Fellowship, Rotary International, 2000. Vocational Service Award, Rotary International, 1999. ‘Hero for Today’, Reader's Digest, 1999. OFFICER (AO) IN THE GENERAL DIVISION OF THE ORDER OF AUSTRALIA Mr William David (Bill) BOWTELL, Bellevue Hill NSW 2023 For distinguished service to public health through the development and implementation of policy and programs supporting HIV/AIDS awareness and prevention, and as a supporter of global debate on communicable diseases and their impact on human and economic development. Executive Director, Pacific Friends of the Global Fund, since 2009; funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation to fight, HIV/AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria. Director, HIV/AIDS Project, Lowy Institute for International Policy, 2006-2011. Board Member, Bobby Goldsmith Foundation, 2007-2011. Member, Advisory Committee on Blood Borne Diseases, Department of Health and Ageing, since 2007. Acting Executive Director, AIDS Trust Australia, 1992-1993; Trustee, 1989-1993. National President, Australian Federation of AIDS Organisations, 1992-1993. Tribunal Member, Anti-Discrimination Board of NSW, 1997-1999. Publications include: HIV/AIDS: The Looming Asia Pacific Pandemic, 2007. Australia's Response to HIV/AIDS, 1982-2005, 2005. Senior Political Adviser to the (then) Prime Minister, The Honourable Paul John Keating, 1994-1996. Consultant to the (then) Attorney-General on Justice System Reform, The Honourable Duncan Kerr, 1993-1994. Adviser, Commonwealth State Relations to the (then) Deputy Prime Minister, The Honourable Lionel Frost Bowen AC, 1987-1989. Senior Adviser to the (then) Commonwealth Health Minister, The Honourable Dr Neal Blewett AC, 1983-1986. Strategic Adviser to President of Garuda Indonesia Group, 1989-1992. OFFICER (AO) IN THE GENERAL DIVISION OF THE ORDER OF AUSTRALIA The Honourable Justice Diana BRYANT, Melbourne Vic 3000 For distinguished service to the judiciary and to the law, particularly to family law policy reform and practice, through the establishment of the Federal Magistrates Court, and to the advancement of women in the legal profession. Chief Justice, Family Court of Australia, since 2004. Inaugural Chief Magistrate, Federal Magistrates Court of Australia, 2000-2004. Member, Council of Chief Justices of Australia and New Zealand. Executive Member (Victorian Bar Representative), Family Law Section, Law Council of Australia, 1998-2000. Member, Victorian Bar Council, 1995-1997; Member, Bar Ethics Committee, 1998-2000. Vice-Chair, Victorian Family Law Bar Association, 1998-2000. Director, Victoria Legal Aid, 1998-2000. Member, Commonwealth Evidence Act Monitoring Committee. Appointed Queen's Counsel, 1997. Barrister, Victorian Bar, 1990-2000. Patron, Australian Women Lawyers, 2009. Founding Member and Secretary, Women Lawyers of Western Australia. Assistant Editor, Australian Family Lawyer. Commissioner, Legal Aid Commission of Western Australia, 1984-1987. President, Family Law Practitioners Association of Western Australia, 1985-1987; Founding Member. Board Member, Barristers Board of Western Australia (statutory authority, now the Legal Practice Board of Western Australia), 1984-1990. Elected Member, Law Society of Western Australia. Member, Child Support Consultative Group, 1987-1992. Member, Child Support Evaluation Advisory Group, 1987-1992. Partner, Phillips Fox (Perth), 1979-1990. Director, Australian Airlines, 1984-1989. Board Member, Royal Perth Hospital, 1984-1989. Awards/recognition include: Centenary Award, 2001. OFFICER (AO) IN THE GENERAL DIVISION OF THE ORDER OF AUSTRALIA Dr Rosemary COATES, 1/3 King Edward Street, South Perth WA 6151 For distinguished service to the community in the field of reproductive and sexual health through executive roles with national and international health organisations, and to medical education and research. President, World Association for Sexual Health (formerly known as World Association for Sexology), since 2009; Vice-President, 2005-2009; Regional Secretary, Asia-Oceania,
2001-2005; Member, Organising Committee, International Conference, since 2002. Current Member, Editorial Board, International Journal of Sexual Health. Technical Adviser, Reproductive Health and Research Group, World Health Organization, since 2002; Member, Gender Advisory Panel, since 2002. Inaugural President, Australian Reproductive Health Alliance, 1996-1998; Board Member, 1996-2006. Chair, Advisory Committee on Publications (Classification Review Board), Western Australian State Government, 1983-2000. President, Australian Association of Sexuality Educators, Researchers and Therapists, 1981-1984; Member, Conference Committee, 1992-1994. Member, Advisory Committee, Indian Ocean Centre for Peace Studies, 1990-1995. Chairperson, Western Australian AIDS Council, 1985-1989. Inaugural President, Western Australian Sexology Society, 1985-1988; Life Member. President, Family Planning Association (WA), 1993-1996; Vice-President, 1992. National Consultant for Education, Australian Federation of Family Planning Associations, 1989-1995; Convenor, Education Task Force, 1983-1988. Founder and Leader, Sexology Program, Curtin University, 1979-2006. Consultant, International Programs European Liaison, 2002-2008. Associate Professor, Sexology Programs, School of Public Health, Centre for International Health, since 2003. Director, Sexual Health Research and Education Unit, Division of Health Sciences,
1984-2002. Curtin University Representative, Advisory Committee, Joint Universities Centre for Research for Women, 1995-2000. Chairperson, University Ethics Committee; Member, Human Experimentation Ethics Committee; Member, University Equal Opportunity Advisory Board. Deputy Head, School of Physiotherapy, 1992-2002. Established the world’s first Forensic Sexology Masters.
OFFICER (AO) IN THE GENERAL DIVISION OF THE ORDER OF AUSTRALIA Dr Ian DARNTON-HILL, 12-13 Dry Creek Road, Donovans SA 5291 For distinguished service to the international community, particularly in the areas of public health and nutrition, to disease prevention and health promotion, and as a physician, academic and educator. Dr Darnton-Hill has been a leader and administrator in international nutrition and public health, particularly in the area of micronutrient malnutrition, as a physician, public health worker, nutritionist and academic. Senior Adviser to the UNICEF Executive Director on ending child hunger and undernutrition, 2008-2009. Senior Adviser, Child Survival and Nutrition, UNICEF, 2003-2007; Acting Director, Nutrition, 2007. UNICEF Global Adviser, Micronutrient Nutrition, New York, 2003-2007. Special Adviser, United Nations World Food Program, 2008-2009. UNICEF Representative on REACH: Ending child hunger and undernutrition, since 2008. Consultant, Millennium Villages Project. Vice-President, International Programs; Director, Health and Nutrition, Helen Keller International, 1998-2001. Responsible for overseeing the development and implementation of programs in nutrition, health, tropical diseases, blindness prevention, and education. Country Director, Bangladesh, National Vitamin A Deficiency and Blindness Program, 1987-1988. Taskforce Member for World Health Organization (WHO) Western Pacific Region document Nutrition Today Matters Tomorrow. Executive Director, OMNI (Opportunities for Micronutrient Intervention) Project, JSI/United States Agency for International Development, 1995-1999. Leader, WHO Technical Consultation in Vitamin A, 2000. Regional Adviser in Nutrition, Western Pacific, WHO, 1990-1995. Senior Global Health Leadership Fellow, Nutrition and Non-communicable Disease Prevention, WHO, Geneva, 2001. Leader, Technical Consultation in Vitamin A, 2000. Adviser, Global Micronutrient Malnutrition, Washington. WHO Medical Officer, Non-Communicable Diseases, South Pacific Sub-Region, Fiji, 1989. Consultant, GAIN (Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition), since 2009. Chair, Steering Committee for the Biological Markers Group (BOND), US National Institute of Child Health and Disease, NHI USA, since 2008. Involved with the Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations. Public Health Physician, since 1990. Senior Global Health Leadership Fellow, Nutrition and Non-communicable Disease Prevention, WHO, 2001. Founding Fellow, Australasian Faculty of Public Health Medicine, Royal Australasian College of Physicians, 1990. Current Adjunct Professor, Boden Institute of Obesity, Nutrition, Exercise and Eating Disorders, Sydney Medical School, University of Sydney. Coordinator, Dietetics Course and Masters of Public Health, School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine, University of Sydney, 1970s-1980s. Adjunct Professor, Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy, Tufts University (USA), since 2009. Current Visiting Associate Professor, US and International Nutrition Policy, Institute of Human Nutrition, Columbia University (USA). Adjunct Associate Professor, Australian Centre for International and Tropical Health, University of Queensland. Current Member, Editorial Board, Public Health Nutrition journal. Current Member, Editorial Board, The African Journal of Food Security and Nutritional Sciences journal. Author of a range of papers, books and book chapters relating to nutrition including the following recent publications: - Co-Author, Maternal and young child undernutrition adversely affected by external shocks such as increasing food prices, 2010. - Co-Author, Maternal and child undernutrition: effective action at national level, Lancet, 2008. - Co-Author, Public health nutrition and genetics: implications for nutrition policy and promotion, 2004. - Co-Author, A life course approach to diet, nutrition and the prevention of chronic diseases, 2004. - Co-Author, A global response to a global problem: the epidemic of overnutrition, 2002. Presented International Health Oration, Public Health Association of Australia, 1998. Current supporter, Ma-Yi Theatre Group; the theatre supports young artists and actors. Awards/recognition include: Award for outstanding and sustained contribution to nutritionally-related well-being and health of peoples in the Asia-Pacific region, Asia Pacific Clinical Nutrition Society, 1998. OFFICER (AO) IN THE GENERAL DIVISION OF THE ORDER OF AUSTRALIA Dr Roderick Ian (Rod) EDDINGTON, Melbourne Vic 3000 For distinguished service to business and commerce through roles with a range of national and international economic, trade, infrastructure development and transport organisations. Non-Executive Chairman, JPMorgan Chase & Co, Australasia, since 2006. Independent Director, Allco Finance Group, 2006-2009; Member of the Audit and Compliance Committee, the Human Resources and Remuneration Committee, and the Risk Committee. Director, Rio Tinto, 2005-2011. Director, News Corporation, since 1999; Chair, Audit Committee; Director, News Ltd, 1998-2000. Board Member, John Swire and Sons Ltd, Australia, since 1997. Chairman, European Union/Hong Kong Business Co-operation Committee, Hong Kong Trade Development Council, 2002-2006. Director, China Light and Power (Hong Kong), since 2006; Member, Social, Environmental and Ethics Committee. Director, Business Council of Australia, 1998-2000. Chairman, Infrastructure Australia, and Government Business Advisory Council, since 2008. Member, Steering Committee, Australian Employment Covenant. Chairman, Victorian Government Inquiry into feasibility of Regional Rail Link from Melbourne to Werribee, ca2008. Chair, Victorian Major Events Company, since 2006. Member, Victorian Innovation Economy Advisory Board, since 2002. Director, Victorian Government Asia Advisory Committee. Director, Victorian Business Round Table. Chief Executive Officer, British Airways, 2000-2005. Executive Chairman, Ansett Australia, 1997-2000. Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer, Cathay Pacific Airways (The Swire Group), 1992-1996; Deputy Managing Director and Chief Operating Officer, 1990-1992. Director, Qantas Airways, 2001. Chairman, Association of European Airlines, 2003. Director, Hong Kong Aircraft Engineering Company, 1988-1996. Co-Initiator, Brand Australia Council, since June 2009. Chairman, The Alfred Foundation, Alfred Hospital, Melbourne. Chairman, The Hackett Foundation, University of Western Australia, since 2000. Board Member, Fremantle Football Club, 1998-2000. Member, The Centre for Independent Studies, 2006. Awards/recognition include: Conferred the honorary rank of Knight Bachelor for his services to civil aviation, The Queen’s Birthday 2005 Honours List in the United Kingdom. Honorary Doctor of Laws, Monash University, 2011. OFFICER (AO) IN THE GENERAL DIVISION OF THE ORDER OF AUSTRALIA Dr Robert Lindsay EVERY, 6/28 Billyard Avenue, Elizabeth Bay NSW 2011 For distinguished service to business, particularly through leadership roles in the Australian steel industry, as an advocate for corporate social responsibility, and to the community as contributor to educational, charitable and cultural organisations. Chairman, Boral Ltd, since 2010; Deputy Chairman, 2009-2010; Director, since 2007. Non-Executive Chairman, Wesfarmers Ltd, since 2008; Deputy Chairman, 2008; Director, 2006-2008; Chair, Remuneration and Nomination Committees; Member, Audit Committee; established the Wesfarmers Reconciliation Action Plan, 2010. Chairman, Iluka Resources Ltd, 2008-2010; Director, 2004-2010. Former Member, Business of Council Australia. Non-Executive Director, Sims Group Ltd, 2005-2007. Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer, OneSteel Ltd, 2000-2005; developed business management approach that focused on workplace safety. Company Representative and Director, International Iron and Steel Institute (now known as the World Steel Association), 2000-2004. President, BHP Steel, 1999-2000. Orchestrated the exit of BHP from steelmaking and its subsequent restructure into three separate groups, OneSteel Ltd, BlueScope Steel Ltd and BHP Billiton, 2000. Group General Manager and Chief Executive Officer, BHP Steel Products, 1997-1999. Group General Manager and Chief Operating Officer, BHP Coated Steel Division, 1997. Group General Manager and Chief Operating Officer, International Division, BHP Steel, 1996-1997. Chairman, Steel and Tube Holdings Ltd (NZ), 1996-2005. Managing Director, Tubemakers Australia Ltd, 1995-1996; Group General Manager, Tubemakers Merchandising, 1992-1996; Business Development Tubemakers, 1991-1992; Senior Management positions, 1982-1996. Chief Executive Officer, Steel Tube Holdings Ltd (NZ), 1988-1981. Australian Committee Member, Asia Pacific Partnership on Clean Development and Climate, since 2007. Chairman, Redkite, since 2011; Director, 2008-2011; contributions to fundraising and governance; Redkite supports children and their families through cancer. Director, CARE Australia, 2003-2006; Chairman, Corporate Council, 2005-2006. Established Engineering Scholarship Scheme between OneSteel and the School of Materials Science and Engineering, University of New South Wales, 2000; recently involved in fundraising towards the construction of a new building for the School; involved with the School Visiting Committee, for many years. Member, President's Council, Art Gallery of New South Wales, 2004-2005. Fellow, Australian Institute of Company Directors, since 1996. Fellow, Australian Academy of Technological Services and Engineering. Fellow, Institute of Engineers Australia. Awards/recognition include: Centenary Medal, 2001. Alumni Award, University of New South Wales, 2008. OFFICER (AO) IN THE GENERAL DIVISION OF THE ORDER OF AUSTRALIA Mr Kerry HILL, 6 Adam Park, Singapore 289925 For distinguished service to architecture, particularly as an ambassador for Australian design in South East Asia, and as an educator and mentor. Principal, Kerry Hill Architects, since 1979. Responsible for the design of substantial developments throughout Australia including The State Theatre Centre of Western Australia; The Darwin Centre, Darwin; The Heritage Hotel and Port Office Building, Brisbane; and private residences in Western Australia, New South Wales and Queensland. He has completed residential, commercial and educational projects in South East Asia, India, Bhutan and the Middle East; and is currently working in Japan, China, Croatia, Jordan and Spain. Associate Director, Palmer and Turner Architects, 1971-1979; working in Hong Kong, Jakarta, Bali and Singapore. Member, Howlett and Bailey Architects, Perth, 1968-1971. Current Adjunct Professor of Architecture, University of Western Australia. Visiting Professor of Architecture, University of New South Wales (UNSW), until 2009. Awards/recognition include: President's Design Award, Singapore, 2010. Honorary Doctorate from University of Western Australia, 2008. Australian Institute of Architects International Award, 1993, 1994, 1997 and 2006. Gold Medal, Australian Institute of Architects, 2006; and Robin Boyd Award, 2003. Aga Khan Award for Architecture, 2001. National Commendation for Residential Buildings, Australian Institute of Architects, 1998. Inaugural Kenneth F Brown Asia Pacific Culture and Architecture Design Award, 1995. Winning competition entry for the UNSW Singapore campus, 2005; and the new City of Perth Library, 2011. OFFICER (AO) IN THE GENERAL DIVISION OF THE ORDER OF AUSTRALIA Caroline Jennifer HOGG, Clifton Hill Vic 3068 For distinguished service to the Parliament of Victoria, particularly in the areas of multiculturalism, health, education, arts and rural affairs, and to mental health through the development of national programs to support youth. Service to the Parliament of Victoria includes: Member for Melbourne North Province, 1982-1999. Minister for Ethnic, Municipal and Community Affairs, 1991-1992. Minister for Health, 1989-1991. Minister for Ethnic Affairs, 1988-1989. Minister Assisting the Minister for Education with Responsibility for Post-Secondary Education, 1988-1989. Minister for Education, 1987-1988. Minister for Community Services, 1985-1987. Shadow Minister for Higher Education and Training, 1993-1996. Shadow Minister Assisting with the Arts, 1993-1996. Shadow Minister for Agriculture and Rural Affairs, 1992-1993. Shadow Minister for the Arts, 1992-1993. Executive Member, Victorian Parliamentary Former Members Association, since 2003. Member, Australian Labor Party, since 1966; Life Member, Victorian Branch. Founding Director, Beyondblue: National Depression Initiative, 2000-2010; Chair, National Action Plan for Perinatal Health. Member, Evaluation Committee, ‘Kids Matter’; Australian Primary Schools Mental Health Initiative, Commonwealth Department of Health and Ageing. Member, Victorian Assisted Reproductive Treatment Authority Board. Member, The Infertility Authority, since 2003. Member, Victoria Grants Commission, since 2004. Deputy Chair, Advisory Committee, Cunningham Dax Collection of Psychiatric Art, since 2005. Director, Australian Institute of Political Science. OFFICER (AO) IN THE GENERAL DIVISION OF THE ORDER OF AUSTRALIA Professor the Honourable Michael Hugh LAVARCH, Spring Hill Qld 4000 For distinguished service to the law and legal education, particularly in the areas of native title, human rights and constitutional law, as an educator, through roles with professional organisations, and to the community. Professor of Law and Executive Dean, Faculty of Law, Queensland University of Technology, since 2004. Secretary General, Law Council of Australia, 2001-2004. Deputy Chair, Council of Australian Law Deans, since 2011. Chair, Standing Committee on Legal Practice and Relations with the Legal Profession, Council of Australian Governments, since 2009; Chair, Consultative Committee, National Legal Profession Reform Taskforce, 2009-2010. Member, Advisory Committee, Institute for Ethics, Governance and Law, Griffith University; Member, Advisory Committee, reviewing legal education and training in Victoria. Co-Editor, Beyond the Adversarial System, which considered the future of Australia's civil justice system. Member, Queensland Law Society, 1986-1995. Attorney General, Parliament of Australia, 1993-1996. Panel Member appointed by the Prime Minister to review and report on proposals to change the way conflicts between the House of Representatives and the Senate are resolved, 2003. Participant, Australia 2020 Summit, 2008. Director, Forde Foundation Board of Advice, Department of Communities, 2000-2004. Member of Cabinet Committees in Government programs and policies in Employment, Immigration, Environment, Foreign Affairs, Trade, Transport and Industrial Relations. Queensland Delegate, 4th National Constitutional Convention, 1998. Federal Member for Dickson, 1993-1996. Fedral Member for Fisher, 1987-1993. Councillor, Pine Rivers Shire Council, 1982-1988. Director, Australian Energy Market Operator Ltd, since 2009; Director National Electricity Market Management Company Ltd (predecessor organisation), 2004-2009. Chairman, Financial Ombudsman Service, since 2009. Chairman, Banking and Financial Services Ombudsman Scheme, 2004-2008. Chief Adjudicator, Alcohol Beverages Advertising Complaints, since 1998. Director Plan Australia, 1997-2003; has sponsored two children in Guatemala, since 1997. Established the National Inquiry into the Separation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Children from their Families, 1995. OFFICER (AO) IN THE GENERAL DIVISION OF THE ORDER OF AUSTRALIA The Honourable Robyn Ann LAYTON QC, Adelaide SA 5000 For distinguished service to the law and to the judiciary, particularly through the Supreme Court of South Australia, as an advocate for Indigenous, refugee and children's rights, and to the community. Adjunct Professor, School of Law, University of South Australia, since 2010. Justice, Supreme Court of South Australia, 2005-2010. Deputy President, Federal Administrative Appeals Tribunal, 1985-1989. Member, Security Appeals Tribunal, 1984-1989. Judge and Deputy President, SA Industrial Court and Commission, 1978-1985. Solicitor for Central Aboriginal Land Council. Private practice, Barrister and Solicitor, 1968-1978. Appointed Queen’s Counsel, 1992. Chairperson, Human Rights Committee, Law Society of SA, 1997-2005; Honorary Solicitor, SA Council of Civil Liberties. Member, Community Protection Panel, Social Inclusion Board SA, since 2010. Co-Chair, Reconciliation SA, since 2010. Patron, Migrant Resource Centre of SA, since 2006. Chairperson, National Advisory Council, Australian Centre for Child Protection, since 2007. Chairperson, Review of Child Protection in SA, 2002-2003. Chairperson, SA Sex Discrimination Board, 1979-1981. Patron, International Women’s Day Committee, since 1999. Chairperson, Australian Health Ethics Committee, National Health and Medical Research Council, 1991-1994; Chairperson, National Bioethics Consultative Committee, 1987-1991. Commissioner, Health Insurance Commission, 1985-1995. Chairperson, Medicare Benefits Review Committee, 1984-1986. Member, Churchill Fellowship Committee, since 1979; Chairperson, SA Region, since 1995. Director, Churchill Memorial Trust Australia, 1995-2008. Trustee, Gowrie Scholarship Trust Fund, since 1990. Chairperson, State Theatre Company, SA, 1993-1995. Member, SA Art Gallery Board, 1984-1989. Member, Committee of Experts, International Labour Organization, 1993-2009; Chairperson, 2001-2009. Chairperson, National Rail Corporation, 1994-2001. OFFICER (AO) IN THE GENERAL DIVISION OF THE ORDER OF AUSTRALIA Emeritus Professor Kwong Chiu LEE DOW AM, 7 Victor Road, Glen Iris Vic 3146 For distinguished service to education in Australia as an administrator, scholar and contributor to major curriculum reforms, through executive roles with education advisory bodies, and to the community. Emeritus Professor Lee Dow was appointed a Member of the Order of Australia in The Queen’s Birthday 1984 Honours List for his service to education. The following summarises his service and involvement since then. Vice-Chancellor, University of Melbourne, 2004; Deputy Vice-Chancellor, 1998-2003;
Pro Vice-Chancellor, 1983-1986; Council Member, 1979-1986. President and Vice-President, Academic Board. Member, Council of International House, for 20 years; Chair, for 7 years. Member, Board of Management, Melbourne University Press. Chair, Board of Management, Asia Education Foundation. Dean, Faculty of Education and Teaching, 1978-1998. Interim Vice-Chancellor, University of Ballarat, 2006. Director, Bond University, since 2010. Adviser to the Victorian Government for the Tertiary Education Plan for Victoria, since 2009. Deputy Chairman, Teaching Australia, 2003-2010; formerly the National Institute for Quality Teaching and School Leadership. Chairman, Victorian Curriculum and Assessment Authority, 2001-2004. Chairman, Board of Studies Victoria, 1997-2001. Chairman, Commonwealth Review of Teaching and Teaching Education, 2002-2003. Chair, Asia Education Foundation, 1992-2002; Patron, since 2003. Member, Education Committee, Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), 1980-1986. Member, Australian Multicultural Foundation, since 1998. Chair, Victorian Migrant Skills and Qualifications Board, 1992-1994. Other awards/recognition include: University of Melbourne named an academic enrichment program in his honour, 2007. Career Achievement Award, Carrick Institute, 2007. Gold Award, Australian Council for Educational Leaders, 2005. Sir James Darling Medal, Australian College of Educators, 1994.
OFFICER (AO) IN THE GENERAL DIVISION OF THE ORDER OF AUSTRALIA Professor Stuart Forbes MACINTYRE, Brunswick West Vic 3055 For distinguished service to the social sciences and to the humanities as a leading academic in the areas of 19th and 20th century Australian history, particularly through advancing the understanding of social and political life, and as an author, researcher and mentor. Laureate Professor, University of Melbourne, since 2002; Ernest Scott Professor of History, since 1990; Council Member, Ormond College, 1998-2006. Chair, Australian Studies, Harvard University, USA, 2007-2008. President, Academy of the Social Sciences of Australia, 2007-2009. Member, Advisory Council, Australian Research Council, 2008-2010; Professorial Research Fellow, since 2009. Deputy Chair, National Library of Australia, 1992-1996; Council Member, 1987-1996. Consultant for History, Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority,
2008-2011. President, Australian Historical Association, 1996-1998; Life Member, 2002. Council Member, State Library of Victoria, 1989-1998. Author and editor of a range of publications and journals including: The History Wars, 2003. A Concise History of Australia, 1999. The Reds, 1998. The Oxford History of Australia, Vol 4, 1986. Winners and Losers, 1985. Fellow, Australian Academy of the Humanities, 1999. Fellow, Academy of Social Sciences in Australia, 1987. Awards/recognition include: Centenary Medal, 2001. Redmond Barry Award, Australian Library and Information Association, 1998.
OFFICER (AO) IN THE GENERAL DIVISION OF THE ORDER OF AUSTRALIA Professor Charles Dunlop MACKENZIE, 11649 Jarvis Highway, Dimondale MI 48821, United States of America For distinguished service to veterinary pathology and to medical science through significant contributions to filarial disease eradication in the peoples of Equatorial Africa, and as a researcher and educator. Professor of Veterinary Pathology, College of Veterinary Medicine, Michigan State University, USA, since 1988; Member, Department of Pathobiology and Diagnostic Investigation; involved in the treatment and eradication of elephantiasis (lymphocytic filariasis) and river blindness (onchocerciasis) known to affect 140 million people globally. Current Chairman of Pathology, Michigan State University, USA; for two Colleges of Human Medicine and the College of Veterinary Medicine. Leader of the University's participation in the Global Alliance for the Elimination of Lymphatic Filariasis; implemented by the World Health Organization and has involved sponsorship from the National Institutes of Health, GlaxoKlineSmith, Merck & Co Inc, and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. Director and Chair of Tropical Pathology, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, UK, in the late 1970s. Involved in the research, treatment and eradication of parasitic diseases associated with the filarial worm; countries include Sudan, Nigeria, Cameroon, Ecuador, Venezuela and Tanzania. Special Adviser, Tanzanian Ministry of Health, since 2000. Special Adviser, Sudanese Ministry of Health, US National Institute for Health, World Health Organization and The Carter Center, 1978-1994. Member, Mectizan Expert Committee/Albendazole Coordination, since 2002; sponsored by GlaxoKlineSmith and Merck & Co Inc. Involved, Coordination Committee, Onchocerciasis Elimination Program for the Americas, The Carter Center, 2001-2003. Consultant, Animal Health and Parasitology Group, Pharmacia/Upjohn/Searle (now Pfizer), USA, 1986-2006. Consultant, Filariasis Program, Pan American Health Organization, Venezuela, 1985-1988. Member, Scientific Working Group, Filariasis Program, World Health Organization,
1978-1979. Fellow, Royal College of Pathologists, UK, since 1995. Fellow, Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons, UK, since 1985. Awards/recognition include: Alumni Award for International Achievement, University of Sydney, 2008.
OFFICER (AO) IN THE GENERAL DIVISION OF THE ORDER OF AUSTRALIA Mr Andrew E F METCALFE, Sutton NSW 2620 For distinguished service to public sector leadership through contributions to Australia's international relations and to major public policy development and program implementation in the areas of immigration, Australian citizenship, cultural diversity and national security, and to the community. Service to the Department of Immigration and Citizenship (and its predecessors) includes: - Secretary, since 2005. - Deputy Secretary, 1999-2002. - First Assistant Secretary, Border Control and Compliance Division, 1998-1999. - Chief of Staff to the Minister for Immigration and Multicultural Affairs, 1996-1997. - Assistant Secretary, Legal Branch, 1993-1996. - Regional Director (Immigration) and Consul Australian Consulate-General, Hong Kong, 1989-1993. - Deputy State Director, Victoria State Office, 1987-1989. Deputy Secretary, Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet, 2002-2005. Inaugural Chair, National Counter-Terrorism Committee, 2002-2005. Chair, Australian Government Counter-Terrorism Policy Committee, 2002-2005. Ex-Officio Member, Council of the Order of Australia, 2002-2005. President, Institute of Public Administration Australia (ACT), since 2010. Member, Administrative Review Council, since 2003. Member, Public Service Medal Committee, since 2008. Ex-Officio Member, Australian Multicultural Council, since 2011. Patron, EXPAND (a public sector-wide network of Executive Assistants and Personal Assistants), since 2008. Board Member, National Australia Day Council, since 2002. Patron, Gundaroo Bush Festival, 2008. Volunteer Technical Official, Swimming ACT/NSW, for several years. Awards/recognition include: Ambassador, White Ribbon Foundation, for several years. OFFICER (AO) IN THE GENERAL DIVISION OF THE ORDER OF AUSTRALIA Mr Stephen Hibbert NEWTON, Glen Iris Vic 3146 For distinguished service to education in the independent schools sector, through executive roles with professional organisations and advisory bodies, and to the development of educational development opportunities with China. Principal, Caulfield Grammar School, 1993-2011; Mr Newton also established a campus in Nanjing, China (affiliated with Nanjing Normal University). Principal, Hamilton College, 1986-1993. President, Centre for Strategic Education, 2005-2010. Chairman, Independent Schools Council of Australia, 1999-2002. Chairman, Association of Independent Schools of Victoria, 1995-1998. President, Incorporated Association of Registered Teachers of Victoria; Vice-President. Executive, Victorian Branch, Association of Heads of Independent Schools of Australia. Chairman, St Paul’s Cathedral Education Committee. Founding Board Member, Victorian Institute of Teaching. Awards/recognition include: John Laing Professional Development Award, Principals Australia, 2011. Sir James Darling Medal, Australian College of Educators, 2010. Jiangsu Friendship Award, Jiangsu Province of China, 2010. Hedley Beare Educator of the Year Award, Australian Council for Educational Leaders, 1999. OFFICER (AO) IN THE GENERAL DIVISION OF THE ORDER OF AUSTRALIA Mr Ricky Thomas PONTING, NSW For distinguished service to the sport of cricket as a leading player at the national and international level, and to the community through the establishment of the Ponting Foundation. Captain, Australian Test Team, 2004-2011; Vice-Captain, 2003; player, since 1995. 154 Test matches for Australia, 12,487 runs. Captain, Australian One-Day International Team, 2002-2011; player, since 1994. 370 One-Day International matches for Australia, 13,686 runs. Captain, Tasmanian Cricket Team, until 2007; player, 1992-2011. Captain the Australian One-Day International Cricket Team that won the World Cup in South Africa, 2003. and in West Indies 2007. Player, Kolkata Knight Riders, Indian Premier League, 2008. Player, Somerset County Team, UK, 2004. Publications include - Captain's Diary 2010. - Captain's Diary 2009. - Captain's Diary 2008. - Captain's Diary 2007. - Australia's Road to the Battle for the Ashes 2006. - Captain's Diary 2006. - Ashes Diary 2005 (with B Murgatroyd). - Punter: First Tests of a Champion (with P Staples). - Ricky Ponting's World Cup Diary (with B Murgatroyd), 2003. Co-Founder, Ponting Foundation, since 2008. The Ponting Foundation, together with the Victorian State Government, is funding research at the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute to improve the psychological well-being of children with cancer. The Ponting Foundation, together with the Tasmanian State Government, found the ‘Hitting Childhood Cancer for Six’ which assists Tasmanian children with cancer and their families. Redkite (formerly the Malcolm Sargent Cancer Fund for Children in Australia) is a beneficiary of the Ponting Foundation's fundraising and income generating activities. Ambassador, Children's Cancer Institute Australia for Medical Research, 2002-2007. Ricky and Rianna Ponting Molecular Diagnostic Laboratory, Children's Cancer Institute Australia; Lowy Cancer Research Centre. Awards/recognition include: Centenary Medal, 2001. Allan Border Medal, 2004, 2006, 2007 and 2009. Test Player of the Year, Allan Border Medal Awards, 2003, 2004 and 2007, One-Day International Player of the Year, 2002 and 2007. International Cricket Council Awards Cricketer of the Year, 2006 and 2007; Test Player of the Year, 2003, 2004 and 2006; One-Day International Player of the Year, 2002; Captain of the Year, 2007; Captain, Test Team of the Year, 2004 and 2007; Captain, One-Day International Team of the Year, 2004 and 2007. Cricinfo Player of the Decade 2000-2009. Sport and Recreation Tasmania Male Athlete of the Year, Tasmanian Sports Star Awards, 2006. Sports Personality of the Year, 2005. Leading Cricketer in the World, Wisden Cricketers' Almanack, 2004. Male Athlete of the Year, Australian Sport Awards, 2004. McGilvray Medal, Australian Broadcasting Corporation, 2003. Australian Test Player of the Year, 2003. Wisden International Cricketer of the Year, 2003. Children's Cancer Institute Australia Chairman's Award 2006. Research Australia's Celebrity Advocacy Award ,Thank You Day Awards 2006. OFFICER (AO) IN THE GENERAL DIVISION OF THE ORDER OF AUSTRALIA Dr David John PUGSLEY, 39 George Street, Hawthorn SA 5062 For distinguished service to renal medicine, particularly the prevention and treatment of kidney disease in global Indigenous populations, to international medical associations, and as a mentor. Deputy Director, Renal Unit, Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Adelaide, 1976-2005; also served as Director of Hypertension. Promoted the cause of Indigenous renal health and provided renal services to the Indigenous population of the Northern Territory, based at Royal Darwin Hospital and Alice Springs Hospital, 1980s-1990s. Founder/Inaugural Chair, Committee for Kidney Health in Disadvantaged Populations, Global Outreach Programs (the former Committee for the Global Advancement of Nephrology), International Society of Nephrology, 1997-2007; Committee Member, since 2007. Participant, Cross Regional Education and Exchange in Dialysis Program; working for the advancement of nephrology in the developing world. Current Senior Lecturer, University of Adelaide. OFFICER (AO) IN THE GENERAL DIVISION OF THE ORDER OF AUSTRALIA Mr Fergus Denis RYAN, Templestowe Vic 3106 For distinguished service to the business and finance sectors as an executive and adviser, and to the community through philanthropic contributions to cultural, social welfare and educational organisations. Director, Commonwealth Bank of Australia, since 2000; Chairman, Audit Committee, since 2004; Member, Risk Committee, since 2000. Director, Australian Foundation Investment Company Ltd, since 2001; Member, Investment Committee and Chairman, Audit Committee, since 2001. Prime Minister’s Strategic Investment Coordinator and Major Projects Facilitator, Commonwealth of Australia, 1999-2002. Member, Prime Minister’s Community Business Partnership, 1999-2007. Trustee, Committee for Economic Development of Australia, 1983-2007. Director, Clayton Utz, 2003-2008. Managing Partner, Australasia, Arthur Andersen, 1993-1999; Managing Partner, Melbourne,
1978-1993; previously Hong Kong, 1972-1978; Sydney, 1969-1972; London, 1966-1969. Patron, The Pacific Institute, since 1997. Inaugural Chairman, Business Coalition for Tax Reform, 1996-1999. Member, Business Council of Australia, 1994-1998; Chairman, Tax Committee, 1996-1999. Treasurer/Executive Committee Member, Australia-Japan Business Co-operation Committee,
1990-1999. Member, Victorian Premier's Business Round Table, 1995-1999. Member, Australia-China Business Committee, in the 1980s. Appointed by Victorian Government to review affairs, Victorian Economic Development Corporation, 1988. Commissioner, State Electricity Corporation of Victoria, 1988-1990. Director, National Australia Day Council, 2006-2010; Chairman, Audit Committee, 2007-2010; Member, 2006-2010. Chairman, Advisory Council, The Global Foundation, since 2010; Inaugural Chairman, 1998-2000; Member, since 1999; citizens' organisation that promotes high-level thinking within Australia and co-operation between Australia and the rest of the world. Director, The Centre for Social Impact, since 2008. Member, Council of the National Library of Australia, 2003-2009; Deputy Chairman, 2005-2009. Counsellor, Committee for Melbourne, since 1995; Chairman, 1993-1995; Board Member, 1988-1995. Deputy President, John Paul II Institute for Marriage and Family, Melbourne, since 2008. Trustee, Joan and Peter Clemenger Trust, since 2002. Trustee, Sisters of Charity Foundation, 2005-2008. Trustee, St Francis' Choir Foundation, Melbourne, since 2005. Life Governor, Asthma Foundation, since 1988. Member, School Council, Xavier College, since 2008. Inaugural Chairman, Cranlana Program, Myer Foundation, 1996-2000. Member, Corporate Advisory Group, World Vision, in the 1990s. Member, School Council, Genazzano FCJ College, in the 1990s. Chairman, Finance Committee, Melbourne's Candidature for the 1996 Olympic Games, 1988-1990. Chairman, Graduate Careers Council of Australia, in the 1980s. Member, Business/Higher Education Round Table, in the 1980s. Council Member, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, in the 1980s. Fellow, Institute of Chartered Accountants. Fellow, Certified Practicing Accountants. Fellow, Australian Institute of Company Directors. Awards/recognition include: Centenary Medal, 2001. Knight Commander, Equestrian Order of The Holy Sepulchre, 1999. Knight, Order of St John of Jerusalem, of Rhodes and of Malta, 1997. Australian Accountant of the Year - Overall and Professional, 1992.
OFFICER (AO) IN THE GENERAL DIVISION OF THE ORDER OF AUSTRALIA Dr David James SKELLERN, Mosman NSW 2088 For distinguished service to science and engineering as a leading researcher, and to the design and development of world-leading information technology communications applications. Adjunct Professor, Macquarie University, since 2003; Head, Department of Electronics, 1989-1999; Professor of Electronics, 1989-1999. Adjunct Professor, Faculty of Engineering and Information Technologies, University of Sydney, since 2007; Senior Lecturer, Electrical Engineering, 1983-1989; Research Engineer, 1974-1982. Supporter, Warren Centre for Advanced Engineering, for over 20 years. Chair, Australian Telecommunications and Electronics Research Board, 1993-1995; Member, 1991-1993. Chair, National Committee for Radio Science, Australian Academy of Science, 1992-2000. Chief Executive Officer, National Information and Communication Technology, 2005-2011; Director, since 2003. Director, Wi-Fi Alliance Inc, 2003-2004. Co-Founder and Director, Technology Cisco Systems Wireless Network Business Unit, 2001-2004. Co-Founder and Board Member, Radiata Communications Pty Ltd, 1997-2001. Director, Smarts Holdings, 2009-2010. Director, Capital Markets CRC Ltd, since 2004. Member, Board of Governors, IEEE Circuits and Systems Society, since 2010. Member, Board of Governors, Sapient College, Gordon, Sydney, 1997-1999. Honorary Fellow, Engineers Australia (Institute of Engineers Australia), since 2008; Fellow, since 1995; Chartered Professional Engineer. Fellow, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, 2007. Fellow, Australian Academy of Technological Sciences and Engineering, 2004. Awards/recognition include: Alumnist of the Year, Faculty of Engineering and Information Technologies, University of Sydney, 2010. Clunies Ross Award, Australian Academy of Technological Sciences and Engineering, 2010. MA Sargent Medal, Engineers Australia, 2010. Tony Benson Award, Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation, 2007; Research Medal, 2000. Professional Engineer of the Year, Sydney Branch, Engineers Australia, 2005. Norman W V Hayes Medal, Institute of Radio and Electronic Engineers, 1980. OFFICER (AO) IN THE GENERAL DIVISION OF THE ORDER OF AUSTRALIA The Reverend Father William James UREN, Newman College, 887 Swanston Street, Parkville Vic 3052 For distinguished service to education as a philosopher and bioethicist, as a commentator on contemporary issues in Australian society, as a scholar and mentor, and to the Catholic Church in Australia. Lecturer, Moral Philosophy and Bioethics and similar topics at several universities including the University of Melbourne, the University of Queensland, Claremont Teachers’ College, Catholic Adult Education of Western Australia, the Catholic Pastoral Institute of Western Australia, and Murdoch University. Published widely on issues such as the law and abortion, moral and ethical aspects of assisted reproduction, euthanasia, stem cell research, treatment of the human embryo, gene therapy, ethical dilemmas in rationing the health dollar and informed consent for research. Founding Director, L J Goody Centre for Bioethics, St John of God Hospital, Subiaco, WA, 1985-1986. Member, Australian Health Ethics Committee, 2001-2006. Member, Working Committee, Review of the National Statement on Ethical Conduct in Research Involving Humans, National Health and Medical Research Council, 2007. Consultant Ethicist, St Vincent’s Hospital, Melbourne. Hospital Ethicist, Mater Misericordiae Health Services, Brisbane, 2000-2003. Served on numerous clinical and research ethics committees in universities, hospitals and research institutes including: - The Clinical Ethics Committee, Royal Melbourne Hospital, 1990-1997 and since 2003. - Cabrini Hospital Ethics Committee, St Frances Xavier Cabrini Hospital; current Member. - Ethics of In Vitro Fertilisation Committee, WA Department of Health, 1982. Rector, Newman College, University of Melbourne, 1987-1990 and since 2006; Dean, 1968-1970. Rector, St Leo’s College, University of Queensland, 1998-2000. Rector, St Thomas More College, University of Western Australia, 1979-1984; Dean, 1977-1979; Catholic Chaplain, 1977-1980. Acting Head, St Catherine’s College, University of Perth, 1986. Rector, The Jesuit Theological College of the Society of Jesus, The United Faculty of Theology, Melbourne College of Divinity, 2003-2005; Dean, 1997; Council Member, since 2006. Superior, Australian Province of the Society of Jesus, 1991-1996. Entered the Society of Jesus, 1954; ordained 1968. Board Member, Melbourne College of Divinity, since 2006. Member, Governing Board, St Frances Xavier Cabrini Hospital, since 2005. Board Member, Boystown, Brisbane 2002-2004. Member, National Commission of Catholic Health, 2000-2001. Member, Prison Reform Sub-Committee, Catholic Commission for Peace and Justice, 1984-1986. President, The Catholic Moral Theology Association of Australia and New Zealand. Awards/recognition include: Doctor of the University, Australian Catholic University, 2009.
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