Our Australia Day Honours List 2019
January 30th, 2019
Philanthropy Australia extends a thorough congratulations to all our members who received awards this Australia Day.
Companion of the Order of Australia
- Pauline GANDEL AC - Gandel Philanthropy (VIC) - For eminent service to the community through humanitarian, philanthropic and fundraising endeavours, to social inclusion, and to Australia-Japan relations.
- Carrillo Baillieu GANTNER AC - Sidney Myer Fund (VIC) - For eminent service to the community through professional involvement in, and philanthropic support for, the performing and visual arts, and to Australia-Asia cultural exchange.
- Emeritus Professor Richard Graeme LARKINS AC The Ian Potter Foundation (VIC) - For eminent service to medicine and medical research, to education through academic leadership, to public health care, and to the community.
- Professor Kathryn Nance NORTH AC - Murdoch Children’s Research Institute (VIC) - For eminent service to genomic medicine nationally and internationally, to medical research in the fields of genetics, neurology and child health, and as a mentor and role model.
- The late Mr Stanley PERRON AC - Stan Perron Charitable Trust (WA) - For eminent service to the community through philanthropic contributions to a range of charitable organisations, and to the commercial property sector.
Officer of the Order of Australia
- Malcolm William BROOMHEAD AO - The Walter & Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research (VIC) - For distinguished service to business and mining, and through financial support for education and medical research.
- Ronni KAHN AO - OzHarvest (NSW) - For distinguished service to social welfare, particularly through the development and delivery of innovative programs.
- Professor John James MCNEIL AO - Colonial Foundation (VIC) - For distinguished service to medicine in the fields of clinical epidemiology and cardiovascular research, and to public health.
- Peter TRESEDER AO - Prime Minister’s Community Business Partnership (QLD) - For distinguished service to the community through governance and fundraising roles in the medical research and health care sectors.
Member of the Order of Australia
- Jeffrey Robert CHAMPMAN AM - Bennelong Foundation (VIC) - For significant service to the community through philanthropic initiatives.
- Professor Mary Pauline GALEA AM - The University of Melbourne (VIC) - For significant service to medical education in the field of clinical physiotherapy, and to professional associations.
- Dr Ian Douglas GALLOWAY AM - The John Villiers Trust (QLD) - For significant service to the museums sector, to historical preservation, and to the environment.
- Dennis John GOLDNER AM - The Deloitte Foundation (VIC) - For significant service to the community through charitable, health and cultural organisations.
- Karen HAYES AM - Guide Dogs Victoria (VIC) - For significant service to the community as an advocate for gender equity, and to women in sport.
- Roger Brian MASSY-GREENE AM - Eureka Benevolent Foundation (NSW) - For significant service to the community through philanthropic initiatives.
- Waverley Shane STANLEY AM - Yalari Limited (QLD) - For significant service to the Indigenous community through support for education.
Medal of the Order of Australia
- Frank Charles FORDYCE OAM - Freemasons Foundation Victoria Limited (VIC) - For service to the community, particularly through Freemasonry.
- Craig William KENNY OAM - Inner North Community Foundation (VIC) - For service to the community.
- Jessica Mary MACPHERSON OAM - St Kilda Mums Inc (VIC) - For service to the community through the not-for-profit sector.
- Frances Mary RUSH OAM - Asylum Seekers Centre (NSW) - For service to the community through social welfare organisations.
- Richard Anthony WILLIAMS OAM - The Kimberley Foundation (WA) - For service to veterans and their families.
- Diane Holly WRIGHT OAM - Anam Cara House Colac Inc (VIC) - For service to community health.
Australian Police Medal
- Superintendent Charles Thomas ALLEN APM - Institute for Economics and Peace.