24 November 2019 16:43
A Cambridge choirmaster, primary school headteacher and police chief constable were among the people from Cambridgeshire awarded in the Queen's Birthday honour's list. Among those included Dr Stephen Cleobury, 70, who recently stepped down from his role as director of music at King's College after 37 years, has been awarded a knighthood for his services to choral music. Jaspaul Kaur Hill, who left her role as headteacher at Mayfield Primary School, Cambridge after 25 years, was given an MBE for her services to education. Alec Wood, who retired as chief constable for Cambridgeshire Constabulary last year, after being a public servant for 32 years, was awarded the QPM for his services to policing. Occupation: Former director of music at King's College, Cambridge Honour: Knighthood for services to choral music Occupation: Director of the Medical Research Council Biostatistics Unit at the University of Cambridge "The MRC has been a significant funder of my research and I would like to thank them for their continued commitment to the field of biostatistics; support that they have shown for over 100 years since the inception of the MRC Biostatistics Unit in 1913.
Occupation: Professor of Education at the University of Cambridge Honour: CBE for services to social sciences Occupation: Vice president for research and development at AstraZeneca and chair of the UK Bioindustry Association Honour: OBE for services to drug research and development Quote: "It is a great honour and privilege to receive this award. Honour: CBE for services to computing Honour: OBE for services to exports and innovation in engineering Occupation: Co-founder and co-chief executive officer of Darktrace Honour: OBE for services to the cyber security industry Occupation: Chief technology officer of Darktrace Honour: CBE for services to the cyber security industry Occupation: Review team manager for Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire, and Hertfordshire joint protective services major crime unit Honour: MBE for services to policing Occupation: Former headteacher of Mayfield Primary School Honour: MBE for services to survivors of sexual violence Occupation: Founder of Cambridge College, Lima, Peru, founding member of British Schools Peru and the Association of British Schools in Latin America Honour: MBE for services to education in Peru and Latin America Honour: MBE for services to mental health legislative reform Honour: MBE for services to education Honour: MBE for services to heritage Honour: BEM for services to the community in Folkestone, Kent Honour: BEM for services to people with disabilities in Cambridgeshire Honour: BEM for voluntary service to the ex-Service community in Cambridgeshire Occupation: National innovation accelerator fellow and clinical research fellow at Queen's Elizabeth Hospital at King's Lynn NHS Trust and University of Cambridge Honour: BEM For services to healthcare Honour: A Queen's Police Medal for policing after being the chief constable of Cambridgeshire Constabulary From a committed headteacher to cyber security experts, the Cambridge region was well-represented in the Queen's Birthday Honours 2019. Professor Anna Vignoles, a member of the Cambridge Enterprise board (11919391) Professor Richardson is director of the Medical Research Council Biostatistics Unit Biostatistics Unit, at the University of Cambridge. She has been honoured with a CBE for services to medical statistics. Prof Vignoles, of Saffron Walden, professor of education in the Faculty of Education at the University of Cambridge, has been honoured with a CBE.
A fellow of the British Academy, a trustee of the Nuffield Foundation and a member of the ESRC Council, Prof Vignoles undertakes research into how we can improve students' academic achievement and help them develop the skills they need in the labour market. She has been honoured for her services to social sciences. Leading computer scientists Sophie Wilson, of Lode, is director of integrated circuit design at Broadcom Europe Ltd, and has been honoured with a CBE. Ms Wilson has been honoured for her services to computing. Poppy Gustafsson, co-founder and co-chief executive officer at Darktrace, and the company's chief technology officer, Jack Stockdale, have both been made OBEs for services to the cyber security industry. The managing director Encocam, Dr Mike Ashmead, of Great Cambourne, has been honoured with an OBE for services to exports and innovation in engineering. Antibody engineering expert Dr Jane Osbourn, vice-president of research and development at AstraZeneca and chair of the UK BioIndustry Association (BIA) has been made an Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE). She was honoured for services to human monoclonal antibody drug research and development and biotechnology. Headteacher Jaspaul Hill, who spent 25 years at Mayfield Primary School. The former headteacher of Mayfield Primary School, Jaspaul Hill, has been made a Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE). She was honoured for services to education. Having started her teaching career in London, Ms Hill left Mayfield Primary School after 25 years as headteacher last summer. Physics teacher Georgios Meliniotis, of Melbourn, has also been honoured with an MBE for services to education. Michael Oliver Flavin, review team manager, for Bedfordshire Cambridgeshire and Hertfordshire joint protective services major crime unit, is honoured for services to policing. There are also MBEs for the co-founder of Peterborough Rape Crisis Care Group, Sonia Hitch, for services to survivors of sexual violence, and Dr Jean Lesley Wilson, president of the Church Monuments Society, for services to heritage. The founder of the Cambridge College, a leading international school in Lima, Peru, has been made an MBE for services to education in Peru and Latin America. The principal expert by experience for the Independent Review of the Mental Health Act, Catherine King has been awarded an MBE for services to Mental Health Legislative Reform. Alec Wood, who chief constable in Cambridgeshire The former chief constable of Cambridgeshire Constabulary, Alec Wood, has been awarded the Queen's Police Medal. British Empire Medals (BEM) have been awarded to Cambridgeshire's Deborah Fletcher for services to the community in Folkestone Kent, Michael Haines for services to people with disabilities in Cambridgeshire, and Dr Maryanne Mariyaselvam, national innovation accelerator fellow and clinical research fellow, at Queen Elizabeth Hospital King's Lynn NHS Trust and University of Cambridge, for services to healthcare. Norman Larke, chairman of Chatteris branch of The Royal British Legion has also been awarded a BEM for voluntary service to the ex-service community in Cambridgeshire. Dr Jane Osbourn of AstraZeneca and UK BioIndustry Association thanks colleagues as she is made an OBE All the people in Cambridgeshire receiving New Year honours in 2019 Queen's Birthday Honours 2018: Knighthood for Prof Christopher Dobson, master of St John's College, in recognition of ground-breaking Alzheimer's research Newnham College's Prof Mary Beard says she is '100% delighted' to be made a dame in Queen's Birthday Honours 2018