Alumni Recognised in the Queen’s Birthday Honours 2021

The Mall up to Buckingham Palace. Each year, the Queen’s Birthday Honours list recognises the achievements and services of people across the UK, from all walks of life. We are delighted to announce and congratulate our eleven City and Business School alumni and staff who have been recognised for their commitment to various services in the Queen’s Birthday Honour’s List 2021.

Dame of the Order of the British Empire

Dame Margaret Hillier (Postgraduate Diploma Newspaper Journalism, 1991)
MP for Hackney South and Shoreditch
DBE for political and parliamentary service

Commander of the Order of the British Empire
Mark Proctor (MBA, 2014)
Global Supply & Strategy Senior Director, AstraZeneca
CBE for services to the Covid-19 response

Michael J Adamson (Postgraduate Diploma Voluntary Sector Management, 1996)
CEO British Red Cross
CBE for services to the humanitarian sector and Red Cross movement

Officer of the Order of the British Empire

Maurizio Bragagni (MBA Alumni Short Course)
CEO, Tratos Ltd (UK)
OBE for services to Business and voluntary political service

Stephen A Page (Faculty, Visiting Professor of Publishing)
Executive Chair, Faber & Faber
OBE for services to publishing

Member of the Order of the British Empire

David W Churcher (BSc Civil Engineering, 1989)
Director and Principal Consultant, Hitherwood Consulting
MBE for services to construction

Paul J Higgins (Marketing MBA, 1980)
Director/Producer Fields Park Ltd
MBE for services to the Arts, Film and TV industry in Wales

Claire Malcolm (MA Cultural Management, 2009)
Director, New Writing North
MBE for services to Literature, Young People, and the North-East of England

Adam N Mapani (SONM Undergraduate Occasional, 2006)
Lead Nurse Consultant, Moorfields Eye Hospital
MBE for services to Ophthalmology

Robert M Rinder (BVPC Law, 2000)
Barrister, 2 Hare Court
MBE for services to Holocaust Education and Awareness

British Empire Medal

Harpreet K Bains (BSc Optometry, 2009)
BEM for For services to the community in the London Borough of Ealing during the Covid-19 Pandemic


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