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Clive HildebrandPresident Australian Institute of International Affairs
Clive is a Director representing MCEETYA on the AUQA Board. He was born in Gladstone Queensland in 1937, then educated at Yeronga State and Brisbane Grammar Schools, University of Queensland (BE (Mining)) and as Queensland 1960 Rhodes Scholar at Oxford (MA (PPE)). He then started his mineral industry career as a miner at Mount Isa, later living in Melbourne (twice), Sydney, Johannesburg and now Brisbane. Clive was a non-executive director of Oil Search Ltd, until mid 2007, previously having also been director or chairman of a number of other public companies and GOC’s since retiring as Managing Director of coal company QCT Resources Ltd in 1994. From 1995-2002 he was Chair of the Sugar R&D Corporation. In 2002 he published his Independent Assessment of the Sugar Industry commissioned by Minister Warren Truss MP. In addition to his business interests, as Chair of Chairs of the Rural R&D Corporations he was member of Canberra’s Coordinating Committee on Science and Technology (CCST) 200I-02. Clive has been President of the Australian Institute of International Affairs (Qld) since 2000. He is a member of the State Ministerial advisory body on public health, Health Promotion Queensland. He has had an ongoing involvement in higher education, latterly with Griffith University as Council Member for 8 years from 1989, Honorary Professor in business-related schools since 1995, member of the Griffith University Quality Committee during the CQAHE rounds of quality audits of Australian universities in the early 1990’s and a current member of the Advisory Board of the Key Centre of Ethics, Law, Justice and Governance. In 1999 he was awarded DUniv (Doctor of the University) by Griffith.