Ken Horrigan (2009) trained as a heritage architect, and is a graduate of the University of Queensland. For many years he managed the Queensland Heritage Council and administered the Queensland Heritage Act 1992.  In 2009, Ken was awarded a Churchill Fellowship to study international approaches to the relationship between heritage conservation and sustainability, allowing him the opportunity to visit and learn from many leading government and non-government heritage organisations and practitioners in Canada, the UK and the USA.

For the past 6 years, Ken has led State of the Environment reporting for the Queensland Department of Environment and Science. He also has a focus on environmental economic accounting—a growing area of importance within environmental policy and decision making.  In 2017,  Ken was elected President of the Churchill Fellows Association of Queensland, and since that time has been a member of the Queensland Regional Selection Committee.

In 2020 Ken commenced his PhD – wish him luck!

Ken, together with the CFA Convention Committee, is pleased to welcome delegates to beautiful Brisbane, and thanks all the speakers and participants who have made this event possible.

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