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Neil Conn

Dr.
Neil Conn
AO
14th Administrator of the Northern Territory
In office
17 February 1997 – 30 October 2000
Governor General Sir William Deane
Preceded by Austin Asche
Succeeded by John Anictomatis
Personal details
Born Neil Raymond Conn
(1936-08-17) 17 August 1936 (age 77)
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Nationality Australian
Spouse(s) Lesley Jennifer Flood
Alma mater University of Sydney
Duke University
Profession Economist

Neil Raymond Conn AO (born 17 August 1936)[1] is an Australian economist, who was Administrator of the Northern Territory from 17 February 1997 to 30 October 2000.

He now lives in Sydney and has been linked to St John Ambulance Australia. As of the 2007 St John Ambulance Australia National Priory Conference, Dr. Conn is the Chancellor of the St John Priory in Australia, replacing Professor Villis Marshall who has held the position for the previous 6 years.

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External links

  • http://www.nt.gov.au/administrator/biographies/conn.shtml
Government offices
Preceded by
Austin Asche
Administrator of the Northern Territory
1997 – 2000
Succeeded by
John Anictomatis
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