Congratulations to our 2021 Creative Futures Recognition Award Winners
6 Dec 2021
Each year Autism Queensland recognises the outstanding achievements of individuals on the autism spectrum, parents/carers, professionals, schools, businesses, community organisations, volunteers and others through our Creative Futures Recognition Awards. In 2021 we congratulate the following winners and special commendees.
Her Excellency the Honourable Dr Jeannette Young PSM, Governor of Queensland, hosted the 2021 Creative Futures Recognition Awards Ceremony at Government House on Friday 3 December, International Day of People with Disability. Her Excellency, who is Autism Queensland’s Patron, presented trophies and certificates to those finalists who were in attendance.
Individual Achievement Award
Winner: Madi Kenna
Special Commendation: Madeleine McTernan, James Anderson
Winner: Cynthia Farrelly
Professional Achievement Award
Winner: Leanne Reginato, Sherwood State School
Special Commendation: Zoe Martin, Roshni Dullaway (Cairns West State School)
Winner: Social Studio
Special Commendation: Footworks Dance Academy, Wheelnutz Garage, Brisbane Paralympic Football Program