Mr Philip Green
Mr. Green was appointed as Australia's High Commissioner to Singapore in November 2012.
He has previously served overseas as High Commissioner in South Africa (2004-2008), and in Kenya (1998-2000).
Mr. Green has also held a number of senior positions in Australia. He has served as Chief of Staff to the Australian Minister for Foreign Affairs, and International Adviser to the Prime Minister.
Mr. Green holds a Bachelor of Arts with First Class Honours and a Bachelor of Law from the University of Sydney.
In 2002, he was awarded the Order of Australia Medal for his role in the response to the Bali terrorist tragedy.
As High Commissioner to Singapore, he has focused on strengthening bilateral relations through the Comprehensive Strategic Partnership, signed by Prime Ministers Abbott and Lee in June 2015. His High Commission has worked to play its part in the celebration of 50 years of bilateral ties though the loan of koalas to the Singapore Zoo and the “50 Bridges” arts and community engagement program, including the “50 BBQs” celebration in June.