2021 Queen’s Birthday Honours

2021 Queen’s Birthday Honours

Jaynie Anderson (AM, 1961)  
Emeritus Professor Jaynie Louise Anderson, for significant service to tertiary education, particularly to art history in Australia.

Louise Gourlay (AM, Holmes, 1954)
Mrs Louise Mary Gourlay, for significant service to the community through charitable initiatives  

Mr Eduvard Krncevic (OAM, past parent)
Mr Eduvard Krncevic, for service to football. 

Dr Geoffrey Knight (AM, past parent)
Dr Geoffrey Macdonald Knight, for significant service to professional dental associations, and to the community. 

Ann Miller (AM, 1956)
Ms Ann Elizabeth Miller, for significant service to the community through charitable initiatives.

Debra Nestel (AM, Webb, 1976)
Professor Debra Faye Nestel, for significant service to medical education through simulated teaching methods. 

Colonel Susan Winter (OAM, past parent)  
Colonel Susan Kaye Winter CSC, for meritorious service as a specialist anaesthetist and intensivist on multiple overseas deployments and specialist medical advisor to the 2nd General Health Battalion, 3rd Health Support Battalion and Army Health Services. 

Wendy Baarda (OAM, Cameron, 1963)
Mrs Wendy Anne Baarda, for service to the Indigenous community of Yuendumu. 

Susan Campbell (OAM, Tripp. 1975)
Ms Susan Campbell,for service to youth through Guides. 

Professor John Daley (AM, past parent)
Dr John Christopher Daley, for significant service to public policy development, and to the community. 

Janet Jones (OAM, Balderstone, 1980)
Mrs Janet Lesley Jones, for service to surf lifesaving, and to the community. 

Estelle Malseed (OAM, Carey, 1956)
Mrs Estelle Flora Malseed,  for service to community health. 

Susan Morgan (OAM, Somerset, 1953)
Mrs Susan Beaufort Morgan, for service to the community through charitable initiatives. 

Dr Erica McWilliam (AM)  
(Author of School History) Dr Erica McWilliam, for significant service to education, and to pedagogy and gender equity. 

Mr Rodney Fitzroy (AM,past parent)
Mr Rodney Fitzroy, for significant service to healthcare, to racing, and to the commercial real estate sector.

Professor Emeritus Doreen Thomas (AM, past parent)
Professor Emeritus Doreen Anne Thomas, for significant service to tertiary engineering education and research, and to women. 

Mr Nonda Katsalidis (AM, current parent)  
Mr Epaminondas Katsalidis, for significant service to architecture, and to sustainable construction innovations. 

Congratulations to all recipients on behalf of Melbourne Girls Grammar. 

Please contact the Community Office if you are aware of any additional recipients that have not been noted, we would like to ensure all are congratulated.