Churchill Fellows recognised in Queen's Birthday Awards 2021

15 Jun 2021

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We would like to congratulate the 18 Churchill Fellows recognised on the 2021 Queen’s Birthday Honours list!

In addition, we congratulate our Directors of the Churchill Trust Gerard Bradley AO who was awarded Officer of the Order of Australia for distinguished service to public administration, to economic policy, and to the community of Queensland, and Warwick Hemsley AO who was awarded Officer of the Order of Australia for distinguished service to the arts, to the community, and to the residential development sector.

Anthony Phillips AM (CF 1992) – Member of the Order of Australia for significant service to optometry, and to professional optical societies.

Antoinette Anazodo OAM (CF 2015) – Medal of the Order of Australia for service to medical research.

Brian Babington AM (CF 2008) – Member of the Order of Australia for significant service to children through safety and well-being initiatives.

Coral Ross AM (CF 2018) – Member of the Order of Australia for significant service to local government, and to gender equality.

Dianna Magliano OAM (CF 2011) – Medal of the Order of Australia for service to epidemiology, and to tertiary education.

Gerard Naughtin OAM (CF 1989) – Medal of the Order of Australia for service to people with disability.

Gino Vumbaca OAM (CF 1998) – Medal of the Order of Australia for service to public health, and to the justice system.

Greg Dean APM (CF 2017) – Australian Police Medal.

James Pilmer OAM (CF 2003) – Medal of the Order of Australia for service to the Anglican Church of Australia.

Jane Melville AM (CF 2015) – Member of the Order of Australia for significant service to herpetological research, and to the museums sector.

Julie Reilly OAM (CF 2017) – For service to the community through charitable organisations.

Julie Stone AM (CF 2001) – Member of the Order of Australia for significant service to child mental health, and to psychiatry.

Keran Howe OAM (CF 2004) – Medal of the Order of Australia for service to people with disability.

Peggy McDonald OAM (CF 2017) – Medal of the Order of Australia for service to conservation and the environment.

Penelope Gordon OAM (1994) – Medal of the Order of Australia for service to the community through social welfare organisations.

Philip Vardy OAM (CF 1996) – Medal of the Order of Australia for service to sailing.

Soren Blau AM (CF 2013) – Member of the Order of Australia for significant service to forensic medicine, and to scientific organisations.

Stephen Walls AFSM (CF 2002) – Australian Fire Service Medal.

Timothy White OAM (CF 1999) – Medal of the Order of Australia for service to music.