Locals honoured in Australia Day awards

Ms Margaret BENNETT, Bungendore. For service to medical administration.Mrs Jeanette BROWN, Waramanga. For service to the performing arts.

Ms Laura Carol BUNYAN, Richardson. For service to neighborhood historical past.

Mr Macaulay COTTRELL DFC, Gowrie. For service to veterans and their households.

Mrs Dianne Ruth DOWLING, Wanniassa. For service to neighborhood historical past.

Dr Peter John DOWLING, Wanniassa. For service to neighborhood historical past.

Mrs Gillian Kathleen FRANCIS, ACT. For service to neighborhood historical past.

Dr Charlotte Kendrick GALLOWAY, Kingston. For service to training, and to historical past.

Mrs Fiona Louise GODFREY, Reid. For service to main and secondary training.

Mr Philip Andrew GREENWOOD, Greenway. For service to the not-for-profit sector, and to the neighborhood.

Ms Kerrie GRIFFIN, Kambah. For service to neighborhood well being.

Mr Michael James LEE, Amaroo. For service to training.

Mrs Sarah Anne McGORAM, Franklin. For service to neighborhood well being.

Mrs Deborah MASLING, Kaleen. For service to secondary music training.

Mr Allan Linden MOORE, ACT. For service to worldwide relations.

Mrs Narelle Judith O’ROURKE, Queanbeyan East. For service to the preservation of nursing historical past.

Mr Geoffrey Donald PAGE, ACT. For service to literature as a poet.

Mr Glenn Osborne John ROFF, Pearce. For service to training.

Mr Garth SETCHELL, Mawson. For service to the neighborhood by way of a variety of roles.

Mr Kenneth Raymond STONE, Jerrabomberra. For service to the neighborhood by way of a variety of organisations.

Mrs Carmel WEATHERBURN, ACT. For service to netball.

Mrs Patricia WOOD, Charnwood. For service to the neighborhood, significantly by way of the church.

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The late Ms Connee-Colleen. Previously of Queanbeyan. For service to the neighborhood of Queanbeyan.

PUBLIC SERVICE MEDAL (PSM)

Dr Kerryn Coleman… will get a gong. Picture: Holly Treadaway

Pandemic leaders recognised with medals 

The ACT’s chief well being officer Dr Kerryn Coleman and her deputy Dr Vanessa Johnston head the listing of native recipients of the Public Service Medal, which is nearly fully devoted to these managing the response to the COVID-19 pandemic within the ACT. 

ACT

Dr Kerryn Peta COLEMAN, ACT. For excellent public service in public well being, significantly as ACT Chief Well being Officer.

Ms Leesa Maree CROKE, Torrens. For excellent public service in social coverage and in main the ACT’s Complete of Authorities COVID-19 response.

Ms Vanessa DAL MOLIN, Greenleigh, NSW. For excellent public service overseeing COVID-19 coverage and intergovernmental relations through the ACT’s COVID-19 response.

Ms Deborah Lynne EFTHYMIADES, Fadden. For excellent public service to public training, in main vital training system coverage and reform for the ACT.

Ms Jessie HOLBERTON, ACT. For excellent public service to public well being because the Scientific Nurse Marketing consultant for the ACT Authorities COVID-19 vaccination program.

Dr Anne Louise JENKINS, Kaleen. For excellent public service to public well being by way of specialised information analytics.

Ms Patricia Ellen JOHNSTON, Ainslie. For excellent public service because the Public Data Coordinator through the ACT’s lockdown interval.

Dr Vanessa JOHNSTON, ACT. For excellent public service in public well being, significantly as ACT Deputy Chief Well being Officer.

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Mr Toby Michael KEENE, Canberra. For excellent public service to public well being because the Government Department Supervisor, COVID-19 Response Department in ACT Well being.

Dr Ian Mackenzie MARR, Reid. For excellent public service to public well being because the Infectious Illness specialist at Canberra Well being Providers.

Mr Andrew Peter MURPHY, ACT. For excellent public service to public well being because the Senior Director of Procurement and Provide at Canberra Well being Providers.

Ms Catherine Ann O’NEILL, Pearce. For excellent public service to well being companies because the Chief Working Officer of Canberra Well being Providers.

Ms Tamerra Jane ROGERS. For excellent public service in communications and engagement because the Deputy Public Data Coordinator through the ACT’s lockdown interval.

Dr Sally Louise SINGLETON, ACT. For excellent public service to public well being.

Ms Katherine Ruth WAKEFIELD, Woden. For excellent public service to public well being because the Government Director within the Division of Most cancers and Ambulatory Assist.

FEDERAL

Ms Chloe Morgan BURNS, ACT. For excellent public service within the growth of statistical modelling and public well being measures in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Ms Andrea Marie FAULKNER, ACT. For excellent public service in main Australia’s Embassy in Myanmar and dedication to advancing Australia’s pursuits.

Ms Sonje Anoushka FRANKLIN, Fadden. For excellent public service supporting the security and wellbeing of weak Australians abroad.

Ms Fiona Louise GANTER, ACT. For excellent public service in legislative instrument drafting and for growing the Workplace of Parliamentary Counsel’s instrument drafting functionality.

Mr Andrew Douglas JAGGERS, Hawker. For excellent public service in supporting the Authorities’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic, guaranteeing the security and wellbeing of Australians.

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Ms Sarah Jane NORRIS, ACT. For excellent public service in reforming the Nationwide Medical Stockpile processes in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Mr Javier RIBALTA,, Theodore. For excellent public service by way of management and coordination of Providers Australia’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Mrs Jane URQUHART, Conder. For excellent public service by way of sustained contribution to trade and science coverage and applications to enhance the financial wellbeing, international popularity and nationwide pursuits of Australia.

Ms Andrea Louise WALLACE-GREEN, Gilmore. For excellent public service by way of sustained and vital contribution to social safety coverage and delivering outcomes for Australian people and households.