Don Morris AO has significant experience in advertising, marketing and promotion, particularly for tourism entities. He was a founding principal of Mojo Australia Advertising, creators of several iconic Australian advertising campaigns including ‘I Still Call Australia Home’ for Qantas, the Paul Hogan ‘Shrimp on the Barbie’ for Australian tourism, and ‘C’mon Aussie C’mon’ for World Series Cricket. Mr Morris was chair of both the Australian Tourist Commission and Tourism Queensland, and former director of Mojo MDA Group, R M Williams, Harvey World Travel, PMP, the Tourism & Transport Forum, Tourism Asset Holdings, Hamilton Island Enterprises and Port Douglas Reef Resorts. He was appointed an Officer of the Order of Australia in 2002 for services to tourism and holds a Bachelor of Economics from Monash University. Mr Morris was appointed an Adjunct Professor in Tourism, Sport, and Hotel Management at Griffith University in 2012. In 2013, he received an Honorary Degree of Doctor of the University, and was appointed chair of the advisory board of the Griffith Institute for Tourism (GIFT).
Bio last updated 11 Oct 2017
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