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Ian Wallace

Ian Wallace AEd(Qld), BEd(Qld) GDipDE(S.Aust)

  • Forty-one years service in the public and private sector mainly in education.
  • High School Principal throughout Queensland ranging from the Torres Strait to large metropolitan high schools in Brisbane.
  • Manager of Open Learning and Distance Education for the Queensland Government.
  • Involved in public sector broadcasting as member and Chair of both the National and State Advisory Councils of the ABC 1984-1990.
  • Higher Education involvement in various capacities with three Australian universities including an eight year appointment as Executive Manager of the Queensland Conservatorium.
  • Member ,Board of External Studies, University of Queensland, 1986-1990
  • Member of Board of Community Services, Griffith University, 1992 – 1998
  • Awarded a Fellowship from the Association of Commonwealth Universities in London to research and develop criteria for the design of new music institutions.
  • Associated with Conservatoires in Paris, London and New York and responsible for the design brief for a new Conservatorium in Queensland at South Bank.
  • Consultant to the NSW Government on the design brief for a new Sydney Conservatorium.
  • Education Consultant to two private higher education providers.
  • Freelance writer and social commentator for News Ltd media

Bruce Hawker passes the Labor baton to Mark Arbib
Domestic Politics - 27/03/2012

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