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Queen’s Birthday 2022

Honourees do us proud

A diverse group of Jewish recipients have been recognised in this year’s Queen’s Birthday Honours. Mazal tov to all who have made our community proud.

35 diverse Jewish Australians have been recognised in this year’s Queen’s Birthday Honours for their outstanding service and contributions to society. More coverage in this week’s AJN.

Dr Andrew Kuper has been made an Officer of the Order of Australia (AO).

OFFICER OF THE ORDER (AO)

Philip Brass (Victoria)
For distinguished service to business, to youth leadership and charitable organisations, and for philanthropic contributions.

Dr Andrew Kuper (NSW)
For distinguished service to the impact investing industry, to global business leadership, and to financial inclusion.

Professor Mary-Louise McLaws.

Prof Mary-Louise McLaws (NSW)
For distinguished service to medical research, particularly to epidemiology and infection prevention, to tertiary education, and to health administration.

Prof Catharyn Stern (Victoria)
For distinguished service to gynaecology, to reproductive medicine and fertility research, and to the community.

MEMBER OF THE ORDER (AM)

Emeritus Prof Marcus Atlas (Western Australia)
For significant service to tertiary medical education, and to
otolaryngology.

Prof Graham David Barrett (Western Australia)
For significant service to ophthalmology, and to professional organisations.

Dr Richard Cohn (NSW)
For significant service to paediatric cancer medicine, and to professional organisations.

Dr Harold Fabrikant (Victoria)
For significant service to the performing arts, and to medicine.

George Greenberg.

George Greenberg (Victoria)
For significant service to aged care, and to medical advisory roles.

Dr Sarah Hilmer (NSW)
For significant service to clinical and geriatric pharmacology.

Betty Klimenko (NSW)
For significant service to motorsport, and to charitable organisations.

Prof Kathy Laster (Victoria)
For significant service to the law, and to legal advisory roles.

Ian Levi.

Ian Levi, (NSW)
For significant service to the community through a range of organisations.

Joseph Lewit (Victoria)
For significant service to architecture, and to public administration.

Gilla Liberman (NSW)
For significant service to the Jewish community, and to women.

Prof Rebecca Mason (NSW)
For significant service to tertiary education, and to professional associations.

David Payes (Victoria)
For significant service to business, and to the community.

Richard Rogers (Victoria)
For significant service to the community through the not-for-profit sector.

Anna Schwartz (Victoria)
For significant service to the museums and galleries sector.

MEDAL OF THE ORDER (OAM)

Racheline Barda. Photo: Facebook

Dr Racheline Barda (NSW)
For service to the Jewish community of Sydney.

Michael Benjamin (Victoria)
For service to the community of Dingley Village.

Mark Blankfield (Victoria)
For service to the Jewish community of Victoria.

Helen Bryant (Western Australia)
For service to the Jewish community of Western Australia.

The Late Eric Gordon (Victoria)
For service to the Jewish community of Melbourne.

Helen Granek (Victoria)
For service to the Jewish community, and to women.

Penelope Jakobovits (Victoria)
For service to the Jewish community.

Alan Landis (NSW)
For service to the decorative and fine arts.

Laurence Marshbaum.

Laurence Marshbaum (NSW)
For service to the community through philanthropic initiatives.

Brian Myerson (NSW)
For service to community health, particularly organ donation.

Miri Orden (NSW)
For service to the Jewish community of New South Wales.

James Pozarik (NSW)
For service to photography.

Emeritus Prof William Rubinstein (Victoria)
For service to tertiary education, and to Jewish history.

Shira Sebban (NSW)
For service to the Jewish community through a range of roles.

Terence Stern (NSW)
For service to the law through legal societies.

PUBLIC SERVICE MEDAL (PSM)

Associate Prof Deborah Friedman (Victoria)
For outstanding public service to health in Victoria, particularly for the COVID-19 response.

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