Australia 2020 Summit participants

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Australia 2020 Summit Delegates (General)[edit]

The general list of the Australia 2020 Summit participants, and their working groups, announced on 28 March 2008, is:[1]

A long-term national health strategy[edit]

  • Professor Diane Geraldine Alcorn
  • Ms Pat Anderson
  • Mr Warwick Anderson
  • Professor Kaarin Anstey
  • Mrs Julianne Badenoch
  • Professor Perry F Bartlett
  • Professor Louise Alison Baur
  • Professor Peter Brooks
  • Mr Graham Charles Brown
  • Professor Graham Brown
  • Dr Ngiare J Brown
  • Associate Professor Brendan Burkett
  • Ms Belinda Caldwell
  • Dr Ian Cameron
  • Ms Alisa Camplin
  • Professor Jonathan Rhys Carapetis
  • Ms Kate Carnell
  • Professor Elizabeth Mary Chiarella
  • Associate Professor David Colquhoun
  • Ms Janelle Colquhoun
  • Professor Suzanne Cory
  • Dr Catherine Crock
  • Mr David Crosbie
  • Professor Tony Cunningham
  • Professor Jon Nicolas Currie
  • Professor John Daly
  • Mr Robert de Castella
  • Professor Caroline May de Costa
  • Ms Hanan Dover
  • Ms Elizabeth Elliot
  • Professor Niki Ellis
  • Professor Christian Ansgar Otto Gericke
  • Mr Michael Gooda
  • Professor Michelle Haber
  • Dr Clive David Hadfield
  • Dr Mukesh Chandra Haikerwal
  • Professor Margaret Hamilton AO
  • Professor Ian Bernard Hickie AM
  • Mr James Hird
  • Ms Helen Hopkins
  • Dr Anna Howe
  • Ms Gerardine (Ged) Kearney
  • Professor Helen Marie Keleher
  • Professor Anne Kelso
  • Professor Hal Kendig
  • Professor Michael Richard Kidd
  • Ms Sabina Margaret Knight
  • Mr Jonathon Kruger
  • Professor Stephen Ross Leeder
  • Mr Michael Luscombe
  • Professor Tony McMichael
  • Dr Caroline McMillen
  • Dr Brian McNamee
  • Professor John Anthony Mendoza
  • Professor Rob Moodie
  • Dr Beverly Sara Muhlhausler
  • Associate Professor Christopher Newell AM
  • Professor Brian Frederick Oldenburg
  • Dr Susan Oliver
  • Ms Lynne Pezzullo
  • Mr Frederick Allan Pidgeon
  • Professor Lawrie Powell
  • Dr Vasantha Preetham
  • Dr Deborah Rathjen
  • Mr Michael Rayner
  • Dr Leanna Read
  • Professor Sally Redman
  • Dr Ian Reinecke
  • Dr Mike Rungie
  • Associate Professor Elizabeth Savage
  • Ms Anne-Marie Scully
  • Professor Cindy Shannon
  • Dr Sunita Shaunak
  • Professor Margaret Sheil
  • Dr Meredith Sheil
  • Dr Clare Alice Skinner
  • Professor Andrew (John) Spencer
  • Dr Rosemary Allison Stanton
  • Ms Janelle Stirling
  • Dr Marian Sullivan
  • Associate Professor Paul Torzillo
  • Ms Anne Trimmer
  • Dr Jim Varghese
  • Dr Alison Venn
  • Professor Emma Whitelaw
  • Associate Professor Ted Wilkes
  • Mr Peter Wills AC
  • Professor Gary Allen Wittert
  • Dr Fiona Wood
  • Dr Catherine Elizabeth Yelland

Australia’s future security and prosperity in a rapidly changing region and world[edit]

Future directions for the Australian economy[edit]

Future directions for rural industries and rural communities[edit]

Future of Australian governance[edit]

Options for the future of Indigenous Australia[edit]

  • Dr Mick Adams
  • Mr Alfred Parry Agius
  • Ms Carolyn Allport
  • Professor Jon Altman
  • Professor Ian Anderson
  • Dr Veronica Arbon
  • Mrs Leah Marie Armstrong
  • Ms Muriel Bamblett AM
  • Mr Wayne Bergmann
  • Mr Mark Bin Bakar
  • Ms Susan Pamela Boucher
  • Professor Wendy Brabham
  • Father Frank Brennan
  • Mr Paul Anthony Briggs OAM
  • Professor Peter Buckskin
  • Ms Alison Carroll
  • Ms Julie Cobb
  • Ms Renee Kay Coffey
  • Ms Adele Helena Cox
  • Ms Brenda Louise Croft
  • Ms Megan Jane Davis
  • Mr Graham Hamilton Dillon
  • Mr Rodney Scott Dillon
  • Mr Damien Djerrkura
  • Mr Patrick Dodson
  • Ms Marcia Ella Duncan
  • Ms Anne Murren Dunn
  • Ms Caroline Edwards
  • Ms Jeannie Nugeryai Egan
  • Mrs Christine Fejo-King
  • Ms Eugene Elizabeth Hooi Lee (Eugenia) Flynn
  • Mrs Nicola Margaret Forrest
  • Mr Darryl Gardiner
  • Ms Janina Gawler
  • Ms Kate George
  • Mr Daniel Thomas Gilbert
  • Ms Mary Graham
  • Mr Stephen Hagan
  • Mr Bill Hart
  • Associate Professor Colleen Patricia Hayward
  • Dr Richard Hazelwood
  • Mrs Dot Henry
  • Mr Gary John Highland
  • Ms Tanya Louise Hosch
  • Mrs Matilda House
  • Professor Edward Shane Houston
  • Ms Terri Janke
  • Dr Christine Jeffries-Stokes
  • Dr Marlene Kong
  • Mr Steven Raymond Larkin
  • Associate Professor Teresa Sue Lea
  • Mr Danny Lester
  • Ms Barbara Mary Livesey
  • Dr Sarah Maddison
  • Professor Ann Margaret McGrath
  • Mr Jeff McMullen AM
  • Ms Shirley McPherson
  • Ms Karen Michelle Milward
  • Ms Makinti Rosalind Minutjukur
  • Mr Romlie Mokak
  • Mr Bill Moss
  • Mr Vince Mundraby
  • Ms Yananymul Mununggurr
  • Professor Nicholas Martin Nakata
  • Ms Sana Nakata
  • The Honourable Alastair Nicholson
  • Ms Bronwyn Nimmo
  • Dr Rae Norris
  • Ms Kristie Parker
  • Mr Bruce Pascoe
  • Mr Noel Pearson
  • Mr Andrew Penfold
  • Ms Hetti Perkins
  • Mr Shane Phillips
  • Ms Susan Pinckham
  • Dr Marika Raymattja
  • Mr Thomas Jangala Rice
  • Mr David Ross
  • Ms Darcel Russell
  • Professor Fiona Juliet Stanley
  • Mayor Napau Pedro Stephen
  • Ms Georgia Symmons
  • Mr Barry Taylor
  • Mr Ian Richard Trust
  • Ms Patricia Ann Turner
  • Commissioner Klynton Wanganeen
  • Dr Mark Wenitong
  • Ms Tammy Williams
  • Mr Neil Michael Willmett
  • Mr Wali Wunungmurra
  • Mr Peter Yu
  • Mr Tyson Yunkaporta

Population, sustainability, climate change and water[edit]

Strengthening communities, supporting families and social inclusion[edit]

  • Dr Mohamad Abdalla
  • Ms Hala Abdelnour
  • Mr Fadi Abdul-Rahman
  • Ms Maayan Adler
  • Ms Vivienne Amery
  • Ms Gina Nancy McGregor Anderson
  • Mrs Shelley Argent
  • Dr Mark Bagshaw
  • Ms Toni May Bauman
  • Ms Elleni Bereded-Samuel
  • Ms Jennifer Branch
  • Professor Freda Briggs
  • Ms Elizabeth Broderick
  • Monsignor David Cappo
  • Ms Elizabeth Cham
  • Associate Professor Chris Chamberlain
  • Mrs Katrina Clark
  • Ms Margherita Coppolino
  • Major General William James Crews
  • Dr Kylie Cripps
  • Ms Sarah Davies
  • Professor Julian Disney
  • Ms Hazel Douglas
  • Ms Julie Mary Edwards
  • Mr Paul Andrew Evans
  • Mr Ahmed Fahour
  • Ms Maree Ann Faulkner
  • Ms Valerie Thelma French, AM
  • Reverend Keith Vincent Garner
  • Ms Kerry Graham
  • Ms Sara Haghdoosti
  • Professor Ann Harding
  • Ms Lisa Harvey
  • Ms Lin Hatfield Dodds
  • Ms Katrine Ann Hildyard
  • Mr Mark Hubbard
  • Ms Joan Anne Hughes
  • Ms Lyndsey Kate Jackson
  • Mr Kon Karapanagiotidis
  • Ms Corinne Kemp
  • Ms Joan Kirner
  • Revd Dr Catherine Laufer
  • Ms Catherine Jean Leane
  • Dr Marie Leech
  • Associate Professor Michael Herbert Levy
  • Mr David Manne
  • Ms Nickky McColl Jones
  • MS Cathryn McConaghy
  • Mr Alex James McDonald
  • Ms Jayne Meyer Tucker
  • Mr Tony Nicholson
  • Mr Michael O'Neill
  • Mr Daniel Petre AO
  • Ms Sandra Joy Pitcher
  • Mr James Allan Pitts
  • Professor Barbara Ann Pocock
  • Mr Francis Gerard Quinlan
  • Ms Zoe Scott Rathus
  • Ms Elizabeth Jean Rayner
  • Father Christopher Riley
  • Associate Professor Alison Ritter
  • Ms Anne Miriam Robinson
  • Dr Wendell John Rosevear
  • Ms Roslyn Sackley
  • Professor Ann Sanson
  • Reverend Graham Sawyer
  • Professor Peter Shergold
  • Mr Iqbal Singh
  • Associate Professor Michelle Slatter
  • Dr Judith Marion Slocombe
  • Dr Kevin John Smith
  • Mr Xian-Zhi Soon
  • Professor Daniela Anna Stehlik
  • Ms Tirrania Suhood
  • Ms Kathleen Swinbourne
  • Mr Quang Ba Thich
  • Mr David George Thompson
  • Adjunct Professor Clyde Spence Thomson
  • Dr Adam Matthew Tominson
  • Ms Jessica Catherine Wellard
  • Mrs Julie Margot White
  • Ms Linda White
  • Ms Indigo Willing
  • Archbishop Philip Edward Wilson
  • Ms Michele Wright
  • Mr Galarrwuy Yunupingu

The Productivity Agenda (education, skills, training, science and innovation)[edit]

  • Ms Yasmin Allen
  • Associate Professor Marian Baird
  • Dr Subho Bannerjee
  • Professor Sharon Joy Bell
  • Ms Jane Bennett
  • Ms Michelle Bissett
  • Mr John Braithwaite
  • Ms Sarina Bratton
  • Professor Deb Brennan
  • Ms Jennifer Buckingham
  • Ms Allison Burgess
  • Professor Brian Caldwell
  • Professor Jack Caldwell
  • Ms Gillian Calvert
  • Mr Rod Camm
  • Professor Bruce James Chapman
  • Mr Phillip Clarke
  • Professor Mark Considine
  • Mr Michael Julian Cooney
  • Dr Rachael Claire Cooper
  • Mr Alan Cransberg
  • Dr Terrence Austin Cutler
  • Ms Deb Daly
  • Mr Cholmondeley (Chum) Darvall
  • Ms Gail Davidson
  • Professor Peter John Dawkins
  • Ms Leanne De Bortoli
  • Mr Jihad Dib
  • Mr Peter Kevin Dorling
  • Rev Monsignor Tom Doyle
  • Ms Patricia Faulkner
  • Ms Marion Fitzpatrick
  • Mr William James Frewen
  • Professor Bryan Malcolm Gaensler
  • Professor Joshua Samuel Gans
  • Mr Angelo Gavrielatos
  • Mr Bob Gregory
  • Dr Nicholas John Gruen
  • Professor Jeanette Hacket
  • Ms Sandra Harding
  • Professor Elizabeth Harman
  • Dr Ian Harper
  • Ms Liz Harris
  • Professor Jeannie Herbert
  • Ms Bee Ho Teow
  • Mr William (Sam) Jeffries
  • Mr Tony Keenan
  • Prof Dr Marcia Lynne Langton
  • Mr Jeff Lawrence
  • Dr Andrew Leigh
  • Ms Catherine Brighid Livingstone
  • Mr Ken Loughnan AO
  • Mr Christopher Jonn Lovell
  • Ms Lucy Macali
  • Ms Tanya Major
  • Professor Geoff Masters
  • Mr Patrick McClure AO
  • Professor Barry McGaw
  • Ms Barbara McPherson
  • Dr Zoe Morrison
  • Ms Karen Moses
  • Ms Julie Moss
  • Professor Bruce David Muirhead
  • Mr Peter Noonan
  • Mr Andrew Norton
  • Mr Frank Oberklaid
  • Mr Dave Oliver
  • Ms Marilynne Paspaley
  • Ms Rachel Peck
  • Ms Marie Persson
  • Mr Anthony Pratt
  • Professor Janice Reid AM
  • Dr Chris Sarra
  • Mr Bill Scales
  • Ms Sally Margot Sinclair
  • Mr Steven Michael Skala
  • Ms Judith Sloan
  • Mr Keith Spence
  • Ms Rosa Storelli
  • Ms Natalie Tabbah
  • Professor Collette Tayler
  • Professor Leon van Schaik
  • Ms Gerri Walker
  • Mr Peter Francis Waters
  • Professor Jonathan West
  • Dr Fiona Quality Wood
  • Ms Helen Wyatt
  • Mr Mandawuy Yunupingu
  • Mrs Susan Roberts ( winner Today Show :Channel 9 National Competition)
  • Mr Ernie Peralta (idea "The Golden Guru")

Towards a Creative Australia[edit]

Australia 2020 Summit Youth Delegates[edit]

Eleven young people were also selected by their peers at the 2020 Youth Summit, running from 11 to 13 April 2008, to represent Australian youth at the Australia 2020 Summit:

  • Mr Michael Loftus – A long-term national health strategy
  • Ms Angela Ha and Mr Tom O'Connor – Australia’s future security and prosperity in a rapidly changing region and world
  • Mr Siddhartha Chakrabarti – Future directions for the Australian economy
  • Ms Naomi Godden – Future directions for rural industries and rural communities
  • Mr Owen Wareham – Future of Australian governance
  • Mr Tim Goodwin – Options for the future of Indigenous Australia
  • Mr Ben Kent – Population, sustainability, climate change and water
  • Ms Samah Hadid – Strengthening communities, supporting families and social inclusion
  • Mr Simon Sheikh – The Productivity Agenda (education, skills, training, science and innovation)
  • Ms Tammy Edwards – Towards a Creative Australia


  1. ^ "Australia 2020 Summit – List of Participants". Commonwealth of Australia. 9 Jun 2008. Retrieved 2 April 2014. 
  2. ^ "Prime Minister’s 2020 summit attendees announced". Business Environment Network. Retrieved 20 February 2014.  |first1= missing |last1= in Authors list (help)