Master of Defence Studies, BA (Hons) UNSW
Appointed by the Governor in Council
Term concludes 31.12.2020
Gary Hogan is the Executive Director of the Australian Postgraduate Research Internship Program at the Australian Mathematical Sciences Institute. He has a passion for actualising Australian community ambitions to increase the number of women in STEM-related studies and jobs.
A graduate of the Royal Military College, Duntroon, Gary spent more than 30 years in the Australian Defence Force – notably, as Director-General Scientific and Technical Analysis. He also spent two years on faculty at the US Industrial College of the Armed Forces, Washington DC. Following retirement at the rank of Brigadier General, Gary has held executive positions as Senior Adviser Defence and National Security at KPMG Australia, and as policy adviser on the defence industry with the Victorian Government. Gary served for 10 years in diplomatic posts across the Indo-Pacific, including Port Moresby, Hanoi and Jakarta.
He is fluent in Mandarin, Vietnamese and Bahasa Indonesia. In his current role with the Australian Mathematical Sciences Institute, Gary leads stakeholder engagement with all Australian universities, government agencies, peak bodies and industry partners. A member of the Order of Australia and recipient of the Conspicuous Service Cross, Gary has also received foreign government awards from the USA (Legion of Merit) and the Republic of Indonesia (Grand Meritorious Military Order).
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Acknowledgement of country
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