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After over 11 years of dedicated service, Ken Milne announced yesterday, Wednesday May 30, he was retiring from The Hospital Research Foundation (THRF) Board.
The Director of Milne Architects, Ken joined the Board in January 2007, making him our second longest serving THRF Board Members. He was farewelled last night at THRF’s Annual General Meeting.
Ken received a Diploma of Architecture at the University of South Australia and is a Fellow of the Royal Australian Institute of Architects. He is a Past President and former Chapter Councillor of the Royal Australian Institute of Architects, he was National Chair of RAIA Public Affairs Committee & Awards Director. He was also a Board member & Deputy Chair of the Rostrevor College for 10 years overseeing the formulation & introduction of the College Master Plan.
“We thank Ken for his commitment to THRF, supporting our growth and strategic vision over the past decade,” THRF CEO Paul Flynn said.
“Ken has provided a wealth of experience in the building and property sector as well as great wisdom in regards to strategic planning and execution.”
THRF’s Chair Dr Stephen Rodda said that Ken’s ongoing contribution has made a significant difference in the lives of the South Australian community.
“This positive impact will continue to be felt for many years,” Dr Rodda said.
“On behalf of THRF Board, we thank Ken for his service and dedication.”
Expressions of interest to join THRF’s board can be made to Executive Assistant, Alexandra Brown.