Alumni recognised in Queen’s Birthday Honours list
The Cranlana Programme congratulates all the alumni whose work and achievements were recognised in this year’s Queen’s Birthday Honours list.
Officer of the Order of Australia
Professor James Best AO
For distinguished service to medicine, particularly in the area of endocrinology, to medical education as an academic, researcher and administrator, and to rural and Indigenous health.
Peter Duncan AO
For distinguished service to business through senior roles with a range of petroleum, banking, heavy transport supply, and scientific research organisations, and to the community.
Member of the Order of Australia
Kevin Donnelly AM
For significant service to education as a researcher and author, to national curriculum development, and to professional organisations.
The Honourable Cheryl Edwardes AM
For significant service to the people and Parliament of Western Australia, to the law and to the environment, and through executive roles with business, education and community organisations.
Dr Deborah Seifert AM
For significant service to education through a range of teaching, consultative and administrative roles, and to the community.
Member in the Military Division of the Order of Australia
Colonel Craig Dobson CSC AM
For exceptional service as Head of the Rizzo Reform Program and Head of Defence Maritime Systems.
Medal of the Order of Australia
Daniel Almagor OAM
For service to the not-for-profit sector, and to social entrepreneurship.
Public Service Medal
Elizabeth Kelly PSM
For outstanding public service to Commonwealth administration in leadership roles.
Philippa Lynch PSM
For outstanding public service through the delivery of whole-of-government legal policy and governance advice.
Robyn Foster PSM
For outstanding public service to the advancement of workforce planning, industrial relations, organisational design and change management for New South Wales Police.
Elizabeth Kinkade PSM
For outstanding public service to the delivery of strategic planning policy and effective corporate governance in New South Wales.
Paul Miller PSM
For outstanding public service through the provision of legal advice and freedom of information reform in New South Wales.
Assistance Commissioner Brendan Money PSM
For outstanding public service through overseeing significant changes to correctional practice and leading new approaches to sentence management in Victoria.